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Barnyard Millet - 1 KG

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Barnyard Millets are tiny white, round grains belonging to the millets family. It is the fastest growing millet producing yield in 6 weeks and has the highest Iron content of all the millets. Local names - Oodalu in Kannada, Kuthiravalli Varagu in Tamil, Odalu in Telugu, Jhangora in Hi...

Barnyard Millets are tiny white, round grains belonging to the millets family.

It is the fastest growing millet producing yield in 6 weeks and has the highest Iron content of all the millets.

Local names - Oodalu in Kannada, Kuthiravalli Varagu in Tamil, Odalu in Telugu, Jhangora in Hindi and Kavadapullu in Malayalam

Why should you have it?

·        Very Low Glycemic Index -- Helps in Type II Diabetes
·       Helps to prevent and cure Cardiovascular ailments
·        Barnyard millets are good source of Iron and Calcium
·        Good anti - oxidant
·        Good source of Proteins
·        High dry insoluble fibre -- Keeps your digestive tract clean

Suggested use

·       Replace Rice - Soak for half an hour in water and cook like rice. Can be used as an alternate to rice in any dish.
·        Barnyard millet Sweet Pongal recipe: https://goo.gl/bqtxfv  
·        Barnyard millet Bisibelebath recipe: https://goo.gl/FDGnmp 
·        Barnyard millet Idiyappam recipe: https://goo.gl/yAVRuY  

·        Barnyard millet Upma recipe: https://goo.gl/rqGqpx  
·        Barnyard millet Lemon rice recipe: https://goo.gl/BWVkev  

Nutrition Information for 100gm 

Calories

342

Minerals(g)

4.4

Carbohydrate (g)

67.0

Protein (g)

11.2

Fibre (g)

10.1

Iron(mg)

15.2

Calcium(mg)

11.0

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