Millet Green Peas Idli

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Protein and fibre rich Green Peas is best suited for diabetes and a variety of dishes can be made with this vegetable. In this Idli recipe, I have added peas masala to the millet idli batter and it turned out beautifully! We loved the green idlis! Try this recipe with any millet idli batter. I have already shared many varieties of idlis using various millets. Pick the basic millet idli recipe from the website and try this peas idlis.

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Tomato Rice

Cooks in: 15 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Tomato Rice or Thakkali Sadham is a popular South Indian mixed rice variety made using lot of tomatoes and spices. This dish can be prepared very quickly if you have precooked millet on hand. This also suits best for lunch box. It tastes so good when the millet soaks in the tomato masala for sometime. Try this simple yet mouth watering recipe with millets.

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Kollu Pongal | Horse gram Pongal

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Horse gram is a pulse crop widely cultivated and consumed in India since ancient times. It is the most protein-rich lentil found on the planet. It is very high-powered. That’s why race horses are fed with this gram, which is called horse gram in the market. It is low in lipid and sodium content, and its slow digestible starch make ideal for diabetic and obesity patients. This simple pongal recipe using millet and horse gram is an ideal dish for breakfast.

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Green Peas | Matar Poha

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Green peas are one of the best plant-based sources of protein, which is a major reason why they are so filling, along with their high amount of fibre. Their high fibre content makes them diabetic friendly. I have already shared a few recipes with green peas. This matar Poha is great for breakfast and its colour is so inviting. Try this recipe when fresh peas are available.

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