Barnyard Millet Vermicelli
Clean and Natural Millets are soaked overnight. Soaked Millets are then dried in Natural sunlight for hours and made into flour. The Millet flour is now mixed with purified water, salt, whole wheat flour and cluster bean flour for binding. The flour mixture is formed into sheets and then cut into the shape of vermicelli. The vermicelli is further boiled, spun into shape and dried for 2 days. The Vermicelli is further checked for quality and packed hygienically.
There are more than 60% of Millets in the mix, making it a very healthy way to consume Millet.
Cooking Method -
* Soak Migal Vermicelli in cold water for 1 minute and drain the water.
* Steam cook the soaked vermicelli in an idly pan for 5 minutes.
* In a pan add two spoons oil, fry mustard, green gram, dal, onion, salt and green chilies.
* Add the cooked vermicelli to the pan, mix well, cook for 2 minutes and serve hot.
Benefits of Barnyard Millets
It is a gluten-free millet that is rich in digestible protein. But still, it provides low calories when compared with other cereals. Due to this, you will not feel heavy after consuming. Instead, you will feel light and energetic.
People who focus on reducing their body weight can consume food made of Barnyard millet due to its low-calorie nature.
It contains a huge amount of fiber content than any other grain. This helps in relieving your bowel from unhealthy conditions including constipation, bloating, and cramping.
Barnyard Millet possesses a low Glycemic Index (GI). GI is the rate of increasing your blood sugar level. This decides how high your blood sugar level would go and the stomach heaviness or “food coma”. Lower the Glycemic Index, the better for diabetic patients.
It holds a high amount of Lecithin- an essential fat for body cells that is spectacular for strengthening the nervous system.
It also contains antioxidants that generally prevent heart diseases and even some cancers.