Proso Millet Noodles | Pani Varagu Noodles | Chhena Noodles - 175g

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Contains No Maida, No Added MSG, No Preservatives, Rich in Fibre, Sun-Dried, Helps Weight Loss

INGREDIENTS: Proso Millet Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, Salt, Cluster Bean Powder

TASTEMAKER: Clove, Coriander, Ginger, Cinnamon, Cumin, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Tomato Powder, Salt & Sugar

  • Boil 600 ML water with vegetables and little oil.
  • Add the 175 grams of noodles & tastemaker.
  • Cook for a few minutes in an open pan & occasionally stirs it.
  • Serve without draining excess water.
  • Shelf Life: 9 Months

SERVES: 3-4 persons (approx.)


Special Price ₹60.00 Regular Price ₹95.00

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In today's era, more people, especially the millennial, are getting health conscious. People are actively thinking about what kind of food they consume, what are its ingredients, and what are its health benefits. Among the numerous healthy ingredients available in the market, millets are becoming popular.

Technical Details

Product Name:Proso Millet Noodles
Quantity:175 Gm
GST / Tax:60.00 (Price Inclusive of all Taxes)
Ingredient Type:Vegetarian
Specialty:No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering
Place of Origin:Madurai, TamilNadu - India
Storage Instructions:Store in a cool & dry place
Item Package Quantity:175 Gm
Certification:FSSAI No 12419012000177
Serving Recommendation:Suitable for Cooking
Package Information:Wrapped in Carton Box with Zero Breakage
Maximum Shelf Life:6 Months

What Are Millets?

Millets, widely grown in Asian and African countries, are a cereal crop. Growing millets is advantageous in comparison to other crops because they are pest and drought-resistant. They have been in use for decades as fodder for animals as well as for human consumption. 97 percent of the production of millets takes place in semi-arid tropical regions of Asia and Africa.

Millets Noodles Is Everyone's Favourite!

As healthy living is becoming mainstream, individuals are also thinking of innovative ways to keep eating their favorite food dishes by just substituting with healthy ingredients. For example, processed flour or maida is replaced with whole wheat flour in bakery food products. Similarly, noodles made with maida are substituted with those made from whole wheat flour or made from Millet.

Millet noodles are gaining popularity, as a new way to make eating tasty dishes more healthy. Millet noodles are made from five distinct types of millet -

  • Bajra (Pearl millet),
  • Varagu (Kodo millet),
  • Ragi (Finger millet),
  • Kuthiraivali (Barnyard millet),
  • Samai ( Little millet).

Millet noodles give a healthy taste to the common Hakka noodles because it is rich in fiber, protein, and calcium.

Millet noodles are the healthiest alternative to the processed ones available in the market because it contains the goodness of five distinct millet, a tastemaker made of natural spices, and is free from maida, preservatives and other artificial flavors.

The Nutrition Profile of Millets

174 grams or one cup of cooked millets contains:

  • Calories: 207
  • Carbohydrates: 41 grams
  • Protein: 6 grams
  • Fiber: 2.2 grams
  • Magnesium: 19% of the Daily Value (DV)
  • Phosphorus: 25% of the DV
  • Folate: 8% of the DV
  • Iron: 6% of the DV

What Are Its Health Benefits?

The demand for millets has surged in recent years this is because of the vital role that it plays in preventing and curing several health issues. Millets are an excellent source of fiber and minerals like iron, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and zinc.

Millets are not only a rich source of nutrients but also have a unique and palatable taste. As more innovative dishes are prepared, millets like bajra, ragi, and jowar are used to make several dishes and snacks like Ragi cookies, Apple ragi halwa, Ragi idli, bajra Rotis, etc.

Your daily diet should include millets, this is the reason why:

1. Good for heart health

Millets being high in nutrients are very effective in improving the health of the heart. As they are rich in magnesium, which can effectively reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke and can also reduce blood pressure.

Millets being abundant in potassium assists in lowering the risk of diseases like atherosclerosis. This is because potassium acts as a vasodilator.

2. Regulates sugar levels

Being a rich source of magnesium, millets help in maintaining a healthy balance of sugar levels in the body. This may assist in lowering the chances of type 2 diabetes.

3. Aids digestion

Millets, being an excellent source of fibers, can help in digestion thereby assisting in gastrointestinal problems. It may also help in reducing the risk of colon cancer.

4. Supports detoxification

Components like quercetin, catechins, curcumin are present in millets which aid in the removal of free radicals and foreign agents from the body. Therefore, naturally detoxifying the body.

5. Helps in weight loss

If you are looking for low-calorie food then opt for consumption of millets. Not just for losing weight but also for health-conscious individuals, eating millets can be a great alternative. They are also gluten-free.

Furthermore, it also assists in maintaining energy levels throughout the day thus lowering the frequent need for eating. This can help you to keep unhealthy snacks at bay.

6. Boosts immunity

Millets being an excellent source of protein aids in boosting immunity. This can further help in keeping diseases at bay.

What are the potential side effects?

Millets contain anti-nutrients like phytic acid. These compounds lower your body's absorption capacity which may further lead to deficiencies. Phytate or phytic acid interferes with the absorption of iron, calcium, potassium, zinc, and magnesium uptake.

To prevent these adverse effects, make sure to consume a balanced diet.

Soak millets overnight at room temperature, this will significantly reduce the anti-nutrient content. Sprouting lessens antinutrient content in them.

How to include millets in your diet?

Before cooking, always remember to soak millet overnight to reduce their antinutrient content. Millet is available as flour in the market. Certain research studies suggest using millet flour to make baked food products because it will increase its antioxidant content.

Millets are also used to make pasta, snacks, and cereals. Fermented millets can also be consumed because it acts as a natural probiotic. Millet can be used to make porridge for young children and older adults. They can also be included in salads and side dishes. Click here to buy 100% best quality millets.

In conclusion, millet is a whole grain that is rich in proteins, fibers, and many vitamins.

Consumption of millets-based food dishes is getting popular among nutritionists and fitness enthusiasts, as it has numerous health benefits like lowering blood sugar levels and maintaining heart health. It is especially beneficial for people suffering from celiac disease as millets are gluten-free.

Where to buy Millet noodles?

Millet noodles can be available in many grocery stores and markets. But you can also buy it from standard cold-pressed oil stores.

Made from 100% natural and vegetarian products, these noodles are rich in protein and are high in calcium and fiber. No artificial flavors and no preservatives are added. A tastemaker made from authentic spices is included in the pack.

Grab this healthy and tasty millets noodles at best prices without any further delay. Standard cold-pressed oil stores are widespread and they also provide free delivery even to different states in India.



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