Kuttu aka buckwheat is not extremely common in Kerala but atta and powders made of this nutritious millet are available in our supermarkets.
This dish is excellent for diabetes patients and weight watchers.
India is celebrating 2023 as the International Year of Millets
Millets are used in this recipe instead of rice powder or semolina.
Rag i is rich in protein, dietry fibre, minerals and more.
This delicious millet murukku would be loved by both kids and adults alike.
Millets are good for health and also beneficial for farmers and environment friendly.
Including foxtail millet in your regular diet would help in controlling the glycemic index and lower the insulin, cholesterol and fasting glucose in type 2 diabetic patients.
Check out this easy recipe of foxtail lemon rice (but with no rice) that could be enjoyed as a filling meal.
Dosa made of foxtail millet is not just delicious but is incredibly healthy too.