Kodo millet, also known as varagu in Tamil, has been cultivated in India for over 3000 years. It is rich in protein and fibre. It is especially recommended for women going through menopause and who need help with high cholesterol, heart issues or high blood pressure.
If you are looking for a Kodo millet recipe that is not only delicious but easy to prepare too, this article might surely help you out. The Kodo millet lemon recipe can be prepared in a jiffy by simply following a few steps.
Let’s begin with the ingredients required for the kodo millet lemon recipe followed by the Kodo millet recipe preparation steps.
1 ½ tbsp VEYR Channa Dhall.
1 ½ tbsp skinned VEYR Black Urad dhall.
½ cup VEYR Groundnuts roasted.
1 pinch asafoetida.
1 green chilli slit.
1 broken red chilly.
1 tsp VEYR Turmeric.
1 tsp ginger grated.
1 sprig curry leaves.
Kodo millet recipe preparation steps
STEP 1 : Let VEYR Varagu millet soak for 30 minutes. Cook in a large pot with water and salt in a medium flame until all the water gets absorbed. Cover and simmer until completely cooked. Fluff gently with a fork and let it cool completely.
STEP 2 : Heat a pan with oil. Add mustard, when they begin to splutter, add VEYR Channa dhal, VEYR urad dhal, peanuts and red chiily, When the dhal turns golden, add curry leaves, ginger and green chilly.
STEP 3 : Saute and add VEYR Turmeric and asafoetida. Pour 3 to 4 tbsp of water and cook until water evaporates. When the dhal softens, turn off the heat. Add cooled Varagu millet and squeeze in the lemon juice and mix everything.
The Kodo millet recipe is not only delicious but also immensely healthy. If you are someone who wants nothing but the best for you and your family, it’s recommended that you opt for naturally cultivated Kodo millet.
Try VEYR Kodo Millet and savour the taste of natural goodness.