Foxtail Millet (Thinai) Sevai
Foxtail Millet (Thinai) Sevai (180g) – No maida, No Preservatives .
Foxtail millet has many health benefits and has become a significant part of the food chain.Foxtail millet (Thinai) Sevai is suitable for all ages.
Foxtail Millet Flour, Wheat Flour.
Foxtail millet has numerous health benefits because of which it has become a significant part of the food chain . Foxtail millet (Thinai) Sevai is good for all ages.
Foxtail Millet – one of the staple millets, is called korra in Hindi, thina (Malayalam),kangni (Kannada), thinai (Tamil), and navane (Telugu).
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.
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
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 (Thinai) Sevai.
Foxtail Millet (Thinai) Sevai 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)Sevai. Our millet noodles comes with a tastemaker made of natural spices.
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 .
Preparation method :
Soak the sevai in water for 1 min. Spread it thoroughly on ‘idli pan’ and cook for 10 minutes. In a kadai, splutter mustard seeds, add bengal gram dhal and black gram dhal. Saute green chillies, grated ginger, onions and vegetables of your choice. Add salt to taste. When they are cooked, add the steamed sevai to the kadai, mix well and serve hot. For sweet sevai, add coconut powder and natural sugar (brown).