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Kodo Millet -Gluten Free-Unpolished

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Kodo Millet, a nutritious and gluten-free grain that has been a staple in Indian cuisine for centuries. Our Kodo Millet is sourced from trusted farmers who cultivate it with care and respect for the environment. With its delicate texture and subtle nutty flavor, Kodo Millet is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes. Whether you're preparing a hearty pilaf, a comforting porridge, or a nutritious salad, our Kodo Millet is the perfect choice for a balanced and wholesome meal.

The phosphorus content in kodo millet is lower than any other millet and its antioxidant potential is much igher than any other millet and major cereals.

Kodo Millet Nutrient per 100g

  • Energy 302(Kcal)
  • Protein 8.03g
  • Carbohydrate 69.9g
  • Crude Fibre 8.5 mg
  • Calcium 22.0mg
  • Iron 9.9mg

Source: Nutritive value of Indian food, NIN, ICMR 2018

Directions to Use:

  1. Soak: Soaking millets can help improve its digestibility and reduce cooking time. Let it soak for at least 6-8 hours. Drain before cooking
  2. Cooking: Rinse 1 cup of Kodo Millet under cold water to remove any impurities. In a saucepan, combine 1 cup of Kodo Millet with 2 cups of water or broth. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer for approximately 20-25 minutes or until the millet is tender and the liquid is absorbed. Fluff with a fork and let it sit for a few minutes before serving.
  3. Pilaf and Stir-fry: Cook Kodo Millet as directed above and use it as a base for flavorful pilafs and stir-fries. Sauté vegetables, herbs, and spices in a pan, then add cooked Kodo Millet and stir-fry until well combined. Season to taste and serve as a delicious and nutritious side dish.
  4. Porridge and Breakfast Bowl: Cook Kodo Millet with milk or plant-based milk of your choice for a creamy and nourishing porridge. Add your favorite toppings such as fruits, nuts, seeds, and a drizzle of honey or maple syrup for a wholesome breakfast or satisfying snack.
  5. Salads and Buddha Bowls: Allow cooked Kodo Millet to cool, then toss it with fresh vegetables, herbs, and dressings to create vibrant salads and Buddha bowls. It adds texture, flavor, and a nutritional boost to your greens.

Benefits of Kodo Millet:

  1. Nutrient-Rich: Kodo Millet is a good source of essential nutrients such as dietary fiber, iron, calcium, and magnesium. It provides a well-rounded nutritional profile that supports overall health and well-being.
  2. Gluten-Free: Kodo Millet is naturally gluten-free, making it a suitable grain for individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease. It can be enjoyed as an alternative to wheat-based grains.
  3. Blood Sugar Regulation: Kodo Millet has a low glycemic index, meaning it releases glucose into the bloodstream at a slower rate. This helps in maintaining stable blood sugar levels and may be beneficial for individuals with diabetes or those aiming to manage their blood sugar.
  4. Digestive Health: The dietary fiber in Kodo Millet promotes healthy digestion, supports regular bowel movements, and contributes to overall gut health.
  5. Weight Management: Kodo Millet is a filling and satisfying grain due to its fiber content. It helps keep you satiated for longer periods, potentially aiding in weight management and preventing overeating.
  6. Kodo millet is useful in curing asthma, migraine, blood pressure, heart attack and atherosclerosis, diabetic heart disease and for postmenopausal in females.
  7. Higher amount of antioxidants helps against oxidative stress and maintain glucose concentrations in type-2 diabetes.

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