Karasev

Cooks in : 20 min Serves: 2 people

Karasev is one of the preferred snack in South India along with a cup of piping hot filter coffee! It is usually made by pressing the dough through a ladle with holes to get small long strips. But it can be easily made using the thenkuzhal plate of murukku press. Pepper or garlic can be used as spice for making this. Try this millet karasev for evening snack and get amazed by the crispy and crunchy taste!
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Vendhaya Idli

Cooks in : 20 min Serves: 2 people

Fenugreek or Methi seeds are very commonly used in Indian cuisine. Its health benefits are amazing! It balances cholesterol, soothes upset stomach, reduces mensural cramps and maintains liver and kidney health. Its high fibre content helps in slow release of sugar and thus helps diabetic people. This Vendhaya Idli is an age old recipe made with idli rice and fenugreek seeds. Even without the addition of any lentil, the fenugreek seeds give soft fluffy texture to the idlis. I used millet instead of rice for this recipe and got excellent idlis which my family enjoyed it with peanut chutney!

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Black Chana Dosa

Cooks in : 20 min Serves: 2 people

Kala Chana or Indian Chickpeas are a good source of antioxidants which will promote heart health and reduce the risk of heart diseases. Fibre will control the cholesterol levels which also promote cardiovascular health. It has ample amount of iron and is a good source of protein. When combined with millets the health benefits increase and keeps us full for a long time. 
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Mix Veg Cheela Chat

Cooks in : 20 min Serves: 2 people

Cheela is a tasty pancake generally made using gram flour. I have incorporated multi millet flours and veggies along with besan to make them healthy. Since it was done with the intention of making it as a chaat item, filled it with some lentil masala! At the end, it became a wholesome healthy meal!!
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Millet Malpua

Cooks in : 40 min Serves: 4 people

Malpua is a popular dessert of North Indian cuisine which can be easily prepared. It is a famous delight during festivals. The pua is made with refined flour, deep fried and then dipped in sugar syrup. But I used a mixture of ragi and bajra flours for this recipe, pan fried and then dipped them in jaggery syrup. Try this easy and healthy recipe and satisfy your sweet cravings!Continue reading →