Carbohydrate – 61g
Protein – 9.7g
Fat – 5.2g
Fiber – 7.6g
Iron – 9.3mg
Calcium – 17mg
Vitamin B1 – 0.3mg
Vitamin B3 – 3.2mg
Millet Lemon Rice
Wash and drain a cup of millets. Add 2 – 2.5 cups of water and cook them by simmering. Millets cooks best when cooked slowly. Steam cook to get separate grains and fluff it. Take a tbsp. of oil in a pan. Sputter mustard seeds. Add red chilly, urad dal and peanuts. Roast them. Add chopped ginger, green chillies, curry leaves, a spoon of turmeric powder, 1/4 tsp. of hing and put off the flame. Add the cooked millet, salt as required and juice of 2 limes. Mix gently. Serve with chutney
Roast one cup of millet in a pan till a mild colour change and keep it aside. Heat oil in a pan. Saute mustard, urad dal, curry leaves. Fry 1/2 cup chopped onions, ginger chops, cut green chilly for 3-5 min. Add two cups of water and add the roasted millet to it. Cover and simmer for 15 – 20 min. Leave it aside for some time and fluff the upma. Serve with chutney.
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Why 24 Mantra Millets
Millets are Ancient Grains. Mankind has known their nutrition value for centuries. They are naturally gluten – free. Low on carbs and high on fiber. They get digested slowly giving sustained energy. Millets are ideal for diabetics looking for an alternative grain to rice. They also help increase the bio-availability of minerals and have strong antioxidant properties. Regular consumption helps in decreasing triglycerides and C-reactive protein.
Our millets cook fast and are ideal to make healthy Porridges, Upma, Kheer, Kichdi, Pongal and more.