Millets Flakes are flattened Millets which provides all the nutrients of Millets without any processing involved. Millet Flakes are Natural without any preservatives added.
How to Cook Millet Flakes ?
* Millet Flakes can be used as a cereal with just some country sugar or palm sugar with Hot streaming milk. This offers a distinct taste, you can also add Honey, Fruits and Dry Fruits as well to make it a whole meal.
* Millet Flakes can be cooked like a regular poha. Soak the flakes for few minutes, cook it along with vegetables for a quick breakfast.
* Millet Flakes can be grinded along with Ghee, Country Sugar and dry fruits to make delicious Millet Laddoos.
* Soaked Flakes can be also added while making kheer / payasam.
Health Benefits of Little Millet
Little millet is a gluten-free millet that is rich in digestible protein and 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.
However, to be honest with you, we add a small proportion of wheat for better binding to get noodles. Little millets have comparatively lesser carbohydrate content when compared with other millets. (Millets usually contain way too low carbohydrates when compared to rice).
Since it naturally contains Low-Glycemic Index GI (rate of mixing sucrose with your blood when consuming the respective food) makes it an absolute go-to meal for people with diabetic conditions.
Little millets have high dietary content combined with its low carbohydrate content making it a good choice for people who are trying to lose weight without cutting the necessary nutrients.