Kodo millet or Varagu is a great example of how food can actually be not just for prevention, but for healing as well. Kodo millet, also known as varagu, is a wild grain that has so many medicinal benefits that it is referred to as a ‘nutraceutical’. Imagine a bowl of noodles that can ease rheumatic pain, heal wounds and prevent diabetes and cancer – that’s Kodo Millet for you!
India is on its way to becoming the diabetes capital of the world, and a diet rich in healthy millets like varagu is the way out of it. Kodo millet are low GI and prevent sudden spikes in blood sugar, making them ideal for those with high sugar levels in their blood. It is also rich in antioxidants and low in fat, making this a bowl of complete health!
Ingredients: Noodles – Fortified wheat flour,Varagu flour, Edible Vegetable Oil, Salt, and Purified water. Taste Maker – Chili powder, Salt, Turmeric powder, Pepper, Ginger and Spices
How to Prepare:
- Boil 180 g Noodles in 1 liter of water for 3 minutes. Drain and keep aside.
- Fry onions, capsicum, carrots, cabbage and other desired vegetables in a little amount of oil.
- Add the Natural spices Masala to it and mix thoroughly.
- Add the mixed vegetables to the boiled noodles. Mix well and serve hot.