Recipe and Tips Soak the grains for 8-10 hours before boiling them makes it nice and soft to eat. Rice – Just cook the millets most often in your rice cooker or boil them like you would cook rice. Idli – Soak 3 cups of Millet and 2 cups of Urad Dal for 8-10 hours before grinding them together and later ferment the mixture overnight. Salad -Toss the cooked millet grains in your salad with your regular veggies and fruits or replace them with Quinoa. Porridge – For cooking porridge, use 3 cups of water as a substitute of 2, and cook the millets. Millets are traditional & some of the oldest grains known to humanity. They’re grown and eaten in the Indian subcontinent, tropical subtropical areas for no less than the past 5000 years. They have got low requirements of water and fertility when in comparison to other popular cereal grains. *Please sort, cast off foreign materials and wash the grains before use. Store in a dry and airtight container as soon as you buy the packet.
At The Millet Company we give special attention to bring the good quality (unpolished) Millets to deliver the most healthy grains for you.
Use: Will also be replaced for wheat and rice and used in day-to-day food. Soak the grains for 8-10 hours before boiling them. Find recipe tips below in the product description.
Health benefits: High with fibres, anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals, and Low in calories and sugar. High Fibre, Chemical Free, Non-GMO.
Package Contents: 500g Unpolished Millet Combo Pack of 5 [each 500gm], Foxtail Millet, Kodo Millet, Barnyard Millet, Little Millet and Browntop Millet. Best before 6 Months from the date of packaging.
Good for sports, health and fitness to include them in your diets, or for families to bring health into their kitchens.