Liitle Millet(Samai) Pasta

(1 customer review)


Ingredients            : Atta, Little Millet Flour, Salt.

Servings                 : 2 Portions

Package Weight  : 180 gms


About This Product

No Maida, No Preservatives, No Added MSG, No Added Flavours and 100% Natural.

Made in India

Little millet (samai)pasta is a wholesome healthy meal for whole family.Our pasta dishes have no colour. 

Little Millet  – one of the small millets, is called kutki in Hindi, chama (Malayalam),same (Kannada), samai (Tamil), and samalu (Telugu).

Benefits of Little Millet in Diet

  • It has low Carbohydrate content
  • Slows down glucose absorption
  • It has high amount of dietary fiber
  • Releases sugar slowly into blood
  • It has more Iron content
  • It improves Immune defence system.

tick mark symbol - Manuals+No Maida, No Artificial Flavour, No Preservatives, No added MSG

tick mark symbol - Manuals+Not Oil Fried

tick mark symbol - Manuals+No need to drain water during cooking

tick mark symbol - Manuals+Healthy, tasty, 100% natural and Vegetarian

tick mark symbol - Manuals+Easy to digest and suitable for all ages

tick mark symbol - Manuals+Delicious taste maker included in the pack

tick mark symbol - Manuals+Made in India

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 Little Millet Pasta:

Cook Some More Little Millet (samai) 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.

Weight 0.18 kg

1 review for Liitle Millet(Samai) Pasta

    May 10, 2021
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Questions and answers of the customers

  1. A Yes, it is helpful for people with diabetics because little millet is lower on the glycemic index than many other grains.
  2. A Little millet is a great millet option for all those fitness enthusiasts, as it serves as a healthy tweak for rice. It reduces cholesterol and energy production.
  3. A Little millet generates heat, so it should be consumed along with ghee or butter milk. This also ensures good absorption of nutrients.
  4. A Yes, we can consume in controlled portions on a daily basis.