Millets are ideal food for diabetes patients. Dehusked Barnyard millet is also called as kuthiraivali arisi / rice in Tamil. Its called as Jhangora in Hindi and Odalu in Telugu. Barnyard millet (kuthiraivali) pasta can be bought in health food stores. Its also easily available online.
Benefits of Barnyard Millet In Diet
Barnyard Millet is one of the oldest cultivated millets. It is gluten-free, has the lowest carbohydrate amongst all millets and more fiber than wheat. Very low glycemic index. Helps in type ii diabetes 100% gluten-free. Good for gluten intolerant people High dry insoluble fiber. Keeps your digestive tract clean Barnyard millet flour are a good source of iron, phosphorous as well as calcium. Good antioxidant. Substitute for rice. Gluten-free. It is a source of fiber, proteins, and minerals. Easy to digest. You can prepare khichdi, upma, Pongal contents into an airtight container and store in a cool and dry place.
Free from chemicals and pesticides, safe for farmers, good for nature. It is gluten free, it is packed with rich dietary fiber, hence humerous health benefits store in an air tight glass or stainless steel container in a cool and dry place.
No Maida, No Artificial Flavour, No Preservatives, No added MSG
Not Oil Fried
No need to drain water during cooking
Healthy, tasty, 100% natural and Vegetarian
Easy to digest and suitable for all ages
Delicious taste maker included in the pack
Made in India
Pasta Nutrition Facts:
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|NO Maida||NO Added MSG||NO Preservatives|
Preparation Method of Barnyard millet (kuthiraivali) pasta:
Cook Some More Millet Pasta in 1litre of boiling water for 8-11mins on medium flame. Drain water and add little oil to prevent pasta from sticking to each other. Heat oil in a pan and add onion, capsicum, carrot and vegetables of your choice, and salt to taste and stir fry. Sprinkle sufficient water to allow the vegetables to cook and add seasoning mix to it and mix thoroughly. Add boiled pasta, mix well and serve hot.