Mouth Watering Traditional Barnyard Millet Food Recipes

Mouth Watering Traditional Barnyard Millet Food Recipes
Mouth Watering Traditional Barnyard Millet Food Recipes

As the world settles into the age of technology and the widespread trendy lifestyle had brought new diseases, the traditional grains offer us a sustainable and healthy food option. Millets show us a variety of items and the resultant is healthy food habits. Earlier, natural and organic cultivation was in practice and that gave highly nutritious, healthy food that improved immunity. Even now, we can maintain good health. Here we are providing some healthy snack recipes out of millets.

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Barnyard Millet Murukkus or Chaklis
Barnyard Millet Murukku is a good tea time snack. The crispy millet murukku will impress the kids and make them want more. Here is the recipe:
Ingredients :
Barnyard Millet Flour1 Cup
Urad Dhal 2 Table Spoons
Roasted Gram 2 Teaspoons
Cumin Seeds 2 Teaspoons
Red Chilli Powder 1 Teaspoon
Salt to taste
Oil to fry
Roast barnyard millet flour for 5 minutes. Roast Urad dhal separately and powder it. Further, powder the roasted gram. Add salt, cumin seeds, chili powder to this. Pour two tablespoons of hot oil into this mixture and mix it well. Make a soft dough with adequate water. Fill the greased chakli mold and make small chaklis and deep fry in oil.

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You can do these Murukus with any millets.

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Millet Pulao
Have you ever tried, Millet Pulao? We have brought a healthy and tasty recipe of Millet Pulao that not only tickle your taste buds but make you healthy. This Millet Pulao will definitely make your family forget the junk food and pull them back to traditional healthy food habits. We are sure that the kids would love this. Here you go…

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Barnyard.. 1 cup
Cinnamon.. 1 piece
Cloves.. 4
Marata Moggu (Kapok Buds) 4
Green chilies 6
Garlic 8 flakes
Ginger 1 piece
Cardamom 2 pieces
Scraped Coconut 1/2 cup
Mint leaves 1/2 cup
Beans 1/4 cup 1″ pieces
Carrot 1/4 cup 1″ pieces
Potatoes 1/4 cup 1″ pieces
Peas 1/4 cup
Oil 2 Tablespoons
Salt to taste

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Soak Barnyard millets in water for 30 minutes. Drain the water. Take a frying pan or cooker with a lid. Pour oil in the pan/cooker and fry the soaked millets. Add all spices and roast them for 5 minutes. Grind the scraped coconut, green chilies, mint, ginger and garlic and make it a paste. Add this mixture to the roasted millets and fry them for 5 minutes. Add vegetables, 2 cups of water and salt to taste. Mix them well and close the cooker lid and after 2 whistles, remove it from heat. After half an hour, open the lid and mix the Pulao gently and serve.

We can do this Pulao with any millets, rice, or biryani rice.