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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Water Melon Rind Uthappam

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 3 People

The most popular part of the watermelon is the pink flesh, but like its cousin, the cucumber, the whole thing is edible. The white rind part generally goes into the waste bin! Actually many dishes can be prepared using this fibre rich, nutritious part. It helps in reducing blood pressure and weight loss . Try this quick and delicious Uthappam recipe.

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Poha Delight

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Mango season is back and I am also back with mango recipes! This is a very simple, easy no cook dessert recipe best suited for summer! Mango delight is with dairy milk and Oreo delight is with coconut milk to make it as vegan and both are going to be loved by elders as well as children. Now Millet Table has a YouTube Channel in the same name. Please watch and subscribe to our channel.

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Chocolate Idli

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

This is a fusion recipe which was shared by one of my friend Aishwarya. She made it with normal rice idli batter and I tried with millet batter. Children like chocolates and the colour and taste will definitely attract them! After making the idlis, it can be decorated with sugar coated coloured jeera or saunf. Thanks Aish for this awesome idea!

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