Foxtail Millet

Foxtail is very rich in phosphorus and thiamin (Vitamin B1) in addition to all the general millet characteristics (gluten-free, low glycemic index, high fibre, etc).

Foxtail Millet is also called Navane (in Kannada), Thenai (in Tamil), Korralu (in Telugu) and Kakum (in Hindi)

Foxtail Millet Curd Rice

A Classic curd rice recipe using Foxtail Millet Rice. This Foxtail Millet Curd Rice is filling and tasty.

Foxtail Millet Bisibele Bhath

Preparing Foxtail Millet Bisibele Bhath is very easy and the bhath is very tasty as well.

Foxtail Millet Payasam

This is a superb desert recipe (adapted to millets from my mother’s payasam recipe) and very healthy to boot. Although I made it with moong daal, you could try it with other daals or even other millets! I like this… Continue Reading →

Foxtail Millet Parathas

One day, I was bored of eating the same old onion/aaloo parathas and decided to try something new. I had some foxtail millet rice in the house and thought – why not make a stuffed paratha with Foxtail millet in… Continue Reading →

Foxtail Millet Paneer Fried Rice

I made this Foxtail Millet Paneer Fried Rice with some leftovers and it came out super yummy. Its very simple to make and you can try different ingredients according to your taste. I skipped carrots and vegetables to let the… Continue Reading →

Foxtail Millet Pulao

This rich Foxtail Millet Pulao is a perfect brunch for the weekend. The taste is very fresh and uplifting. Made from millet rice, the pulao is very filling and leaves you feeling satisfied for more than a few hours. Foxtail millet… Continue Reading →

Foxtail Millet Salad

This is a very fresh salad with foxtail millet, veggies and nuts. I find it ideal as a healthy and filling breakfast or a light evening snack. To cook Foxtail Millet Rice Start heating 1 cup of foxtail millet rice… Continue Reading →

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