Kodo is very rich in dietary fibre and protein in addition to all the general millet characteristics (gluten-free, low glycemic index, high fibre, etc). It has a high antioxidant content and it is highly beneficial for diabetes patients.
Kodo Millet is called as Haarka (in Kannada), Arikelu (in Telugu), Varagu (in Tamil) and Kodon (in Hindi)
Cooking millets is as easy as cooking rice. The below steps can be used for Kodo millet, Little millet, Foxtail Millet and Proso Millet. Pressure Cooker Method: (1:2 – 2 whistles) Wash the millet. (Use a sieve to… Continue Reading →
Kodo Millet Methi rice is a simple, health and tasty preparation made from Kodo millet and Methi. Both of these are known to control and fight diabetes. Methi or frengreek is a natural herbal medicine widely used in the treatment… Continue Reading →
After years of talking about millets I realized I had only been using finger millet and more recently foxtail millet whereas there are so many more kinds of millet! Was I ready to expand my millet horizons? Well I took… Continue Reading →
After a long night of work in office, did not have energy to buy veggies. So, I prepared this Kodo Millet Schezwan Cabbage Rice with a leftover half of a head of cabbage in a Jiffy. By adding carrots, capsicum,… Continue Reading →
Kodo Millet is a tasty millet which is slightly brown in color. It is called Varagu in Tamil, Haarka in Kannada and Arikelu in Telugu. Here we talk about how to cook Kodo Millet perfectly, everytime. Wash the Kodo Millet… Continue Reading →