This is a classic idly made with kodo millet rice instead of regular idli rice. Kodo Millet Idlis are a good breakfast along with some chutney or chutney powder. They are filling and tasty.
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)