Foxtail Millet(Thinai)Pasta

Foxtail Millet(Thinai)Pasta


About This Product
Brand           : somemorefoods

Ingredients : Atta, Foxtail Flour

Servings      : 2 People

Why Choose Us
No Maida, No Preservatives, No Added MSG, No Added Flavours and 100% Natural

Q: What are the uses of foxtail millet?

A: 1.Foxtail millet is a good source of iron and calcium. Protects bone health and muscle health.

2.Good for cardiac health.

3.Helps in good digestion and improves immunity.

Q: Can we eat foxtail millet with husk?

A: The husk on them needs to removed before they are fit for human consumption.

Q: Is foxtail millet better than rice?

A: Yes! foxtail millets are packed with dietary fibre, it has more fibre than that of rice.

Q: Is foxtail millet easy to digest?

A: Millets are nutritious and they are not acid-forming foods, thus making them very easy to digest.

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Foxtail millet(Thinai)Pasta is a healthy meal option for the whole family.our pasta dishes have no colour and pasta sauce recipe is one of the favourite one for many people.

Foxtail Millet  – one of the staple millets, is called korra in Hindi, thina (Malayalam),kangni (Kannada), thinai (Tamil), and navane (Telugu).

Foxtail millets are an excellent source of iron and calcium which play a pivotal role in maintaining the health of bones and muscles. Foxtail millets are rich in energy and it is exceptionally wealthy in calcium and magnesium. Its high protein content makes it a perfect for a healthy vegetarian diet.

Foxtail millet has numerous health benefits because of which it has become a significant part of the food chain.

Benefits of Foxtail Millet in Diet

Foxtail millet is the second most vastly grown grain across India. This foxtail millet is rich in calcium and is also considered the vegetarian’s nourishment food.

Some of the attributes that make it a special millet are:

  • Good antioxidant
  • Enhances good memory
  • Enhances organ functions
  • Strengthen muscles
  • Anti – Aging
  • Boosts Energy
  • Aids in Digestion
  • good for diabetes

These are best pasta recipes for kids also pasta with cherry tomotos adds more flavour to it.pasta with mayonnaise gives good taste.You can easily make this pasta at home.

Atta, Foxtail Flour & salt

What are Millets 

Millets are cereal grains cultivated and consumed widely in India . Recently , millets have gained popularity in Western countries due to its gluten free nature and high protein , fiber and anti oxidant contents. Millets have wide range of varieties , among which Little millet is one of them.

There are many traditional recipes of Foxtail millet like Idly, dosa, Pongal, upma, Biriyani etc. But there are very less ready to eat food. One such ready to eat yet healthy and tasty food is our Foxtail millet noodles.

Foxtail Millet(Thinai) pasta by our Some More Foods is a wholesome meal. Our aim is  to bring back our traditional food practices in this modern era. What are we passing to our next generation ? This thought led us to the making of Foxtail Millet (Thinai) Pasta, ready to cook millet food . Our millet pasta comes with a tastemaker made of natural spices.

Is Foxtail millet Pasta Good For Health?

” Pasta may be a better choice for many,as it is higher in fiber and nutrients.It can be a part of healthy diet.”

Pasta is a delightful and tasty dish loved by all ages.100% No maida and it is a nutritious food with real ingredients

Being a mom , we will be more concerned in every meal of our kids. We ensure our kids gets all the nutrition required for their muscle and brain health.

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

Cooks in 10 minutes

pasta nutrition facts:

Nutritional Information
Approx Value for 100g
Energy 349.3 Kcal
Carbohydrate 77.43 g
Protein 7.16 g
Fat 1.22 g
Fibre 3.87 g
NO Maida NO Added MSG NO Preservatives

Preparation Method of Foxtail millet Pasta:

Cook Some More Foxtail Millet (thinai) 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 Foxtail millet (thinai) pasta, mix well and serve hot.

Additional information

Weight 0.18 kg


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