Red Rice Sevai
Red Rice sevai (180g) – No maida, No Preservatives.
Red Rice sevai is aready to cook food & a healthy alternative for the regular rice sevai. This variant of rice is a healthy choice because of the red husk, which is loaded with the goodness of nature.
Red Rice Flour, Wheat Flour.
Red Rice sevai is a healthy alternative for the regular rice sevai.
Red rice is also known as “Asian rice”. Unlike regular rice, red rice is red in colour and its colour is from the anthocyanin content. Nutty in flavour, red rice has high nutritional values.
Red rice is widely used in many recipes like idly, dosa, kichdi and also as an alternate to regular rice. Red rice noodles is a combination of red rice flour and wheat flour.
What is Wheat?
Wheat is a cereal grain cultivated in several regions of India. hole-wheat flour are key ingredients in baked goods, such as bread. Other wheat-based foods include pasta, noodles, semolina, bulgur, and couscous.
Some of the benefits of Wheat includes, it controls obesity, increases energy, prevents metabolic disorders, prevents type 2 diabetes, high in fiber and improves metabolism.
Benefits of red rice in diet
What makes this variant of rice a healthy choice is the red husk, which is loaded with the goodness of nature.
Some of the health benefits are:
- More antioxidant content than in any other rice variant
- Controls diabetes
- Prevents asthma
- Improves oxygen consumption
- Helps in digestion
- Helps in the production of RBCs(Red blood cells)
- Helps skin from premature aging
Some More Foods have brought you ready to eat Red rice sevai, from red rice flour and wheat flour. 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 Red rice sevai, a ready to eat millet food.
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).