There are many millet recipes
among Indian food recipes. Millet is being used
in India for thousands of years. India is one of the top millet
producers in the world.
Millet is one of the commonly used among other whole grains. It is used as cereals, in soups, in breads, in baby food, as breakfast porridge and in other breakfast recipes.
Millet is used in flour form too. It is also used as bird and cattle feed.
The different types of these millet whole grains known in India are bajra, ragi (finger millet, nachani).
Sorghum is called jowar in Indian languages. Nachani (ragi - finger millet) is used more in the south Indian states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.
Bajra and Jowar flour is used in Maharashtra, Gujarat and north Karnataka region. Bajra and jowar are used to make flat millet bread recipes called Bhakari in maharashtra, rotla in Gujarat.
These millet grains are also use to make dosa, rotti(thalipit).
Ragi grain is malted and mixed with milk, water or yogurt and eaten at breakfast time. Sweets such as halbai, kheer are made with sprouted ragi flour. The sprouted ragi is used to make baby food. It is also useful for elderly people as it is easy to digest.
Millet can be used in many dishes instead of other grains such as buckwheat, rice, or quinoa.
Millet is good to use in breads along with other grains. It can be added in soups and stews to give extra body. It also gives a nice crunchy texture to quick breads and muffins.
Below you will find millet recipes. I am sure you will find these healthy recipes below useful.
Jul 12, 18 10:43 AM
aloo puri potato poori recipe, masala poori, alu puri is a Indian breakfast recipe. You may also serve it as a snack or take it for picnic. Indian snack recipe.
Jul 04, 18 12:18 AM
Instant ragi dosa finger millet flour recipe. Also known as Nachani dosa. It is a very healthy breakfast recipe and does not take long to prepare.
Jul 01, 18 03:47 AM
Easy mavinkai gojju is karnataka green mango curry. It is a quick summer special recipe. Mavinkayi gojju goes well with chapati, poori, dosa, paratha etc.