Jowar Carrot Cake

Cooks in: 60 Minutes Serves: 4 People

300th Post! When I started this website, never thought that I will be sharing so many recipes with millets! Almost all recipes are immediately tried and validated by many of you I and regularly share them in the Millet Table FB Page. This is the proof that the recipes work for everyone. Each and every validation is very close to my heart. I recently started Millet Table Youtube Channel also which is steadily growing. This has been a wonderful journey and I have learnt so much. Thanks all of you for the wonderful support and you all motivate me to share more and more! To celebrate this small achievement, today I am sharing a cake recipe!

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Millet Salad

Cooks in: 10 Minutes Serves: 3 People

Full meal salads are best suited for lunch or dinner. If you have the cooked millet ready, it can be prepared in no time. A healthy way to have a filling dish which has all the components of a meal like carbs, protein, fibre and other micro nutrients. They are light on stomach yet keeps us full for a long time.

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Poha Mango Modhak

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 3 People

Modhak/Kozhukattai is a popular offering to Lord Ganesha. They are prepared with rice flour, rava, khoa with different flavourings and stuffings. This recipe calls for millet flakes/poha/aval. I have made this as vegan version and hence used coconut milk and oil. Try this fruity modhak during this mango season!

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Horsegram Idli | கொள்ளு இட்லி

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Horse gram also known as Kulthi, Kollu is grown in many parts of India and is widely used either as whole seed or sprouts. It helps in managing weight, diabetes, cholesterol levels and kidney stones. I have already shared a few recipes with this gram. This healthy, tasty recipe was shared by Dr.Soma Ganesh. He used Whole Ragi for this recipe. As I do not get whole Ragi here, used Barnyard Millet and the result is awesome! Thanks for the recipe Soma.

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Millet Yellow Pumpkin Halwa

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 3 People

Halwa is not only popular in India, but also in a few Asian and Middle Eastern countries known in various names as aluva, helva etc. The base is mainly flour, rava, nuts, fruits and vegetables. In this recipe, I have used both millet flour and yellow pumpkin also known as paragikaai, kaddu or squash. This particular veggie is high in Vitamin A, C, and has high antioxidants and fibre. Try this easy healthy halwa recipe! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

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