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Varagu / Kodo Millet Rice
Varagu / Kodo Millet Rice
Varagu / Kodo Millet Rice
Varagu / Kodo Millet Rice

Varagu / Kodo Millet Rice

Rs. 207.00
Our millet grains are 100% all natural, hardy & resistant varieties that are cultivated using traditional methods! Used for both Human and Livestock consumption, Millets are magical superfoods that are yet to receive their due. Rich in protiens, carbs, fibre, vitamins and minerals, these are small grains that pack in a punch! Try them out today and check out for yourself!

With one of the highest amounts of antioxidants and phytochemicals of any grains out there, Kodo/Varagu millet is an excellent substitute for Rice and Wheat. Rich in vitamin B and minerals like calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron & zinc, Kodo millet is a nutritional powerhouse. It is also very easy to digest due to its high fiber content. With a high content of lecithin, it can strengthen one’s nervous system.

Kodo millet looks and tastes very similar to rice and can replace it in many recipes. Try Let’sLive Kodo millet today!

1. Rich in Antioxidants: Kodo millets are rich in antioxidants and can fight free radicals in the body and they slow down aging keeping us looking younger longer

2. Good for heart health: Phenolic extracts in Kodo millet brings down LDL or bad cholesterol thus promoting heart health

3. Controls Diabetes: Kodo millet stimulates production of liver glycogen and triggers instant energy thus making it an ideal grain for those with diabetes

4. Aids in weight loss: Regular consumption of Kodo millet stimulates metabolism helps in reducing stubborn fat around abdomen, waist and hips

5. Heals wounds:  This is an age old home remedy where in a spoonful of Kodo millet flour mixed in water is applied on an external wound. Not only does it alleviate the pain but helps to heal the wound faster

6. Strengthens nervous system: Kodo millets contain a rich source of lecithin which helps to strengthen and protect one’s nervous system

Kodo millet can be cooked whole or as flour depending on the recipe

Cooking:

* Whole grain: To cook Kodo as whole grain, soak them for 30 min and pressure cook it in water. This cooked Kodo/Varagu can then be made into upma or biryani as the recipe requires

* Flour: Dry roast the whole grains, cool them off, and grind to a fine powder. This can be used in creating puddings, savories, and desserts etc

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With one of the highest amounts of antioxidants and phytochemicals of any grains out there, Kodo/Varagu millet is an excellent substitute for Rice and Wheat. Rich in vitamin B and minerals like calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron & zinc, Kodo millet is a nutritional powerhouse. It is also very easy to digest due to its high fiber content. With a high content of lecithin, it can strengthen one’s nervous system.

Kodo millet looks and tastes very similar to rice and can replace it in many recipes. Try Let’sLive Kodo millet today!

Health Benefits

1. Rich in Antioxidants: Kodo millets are rich in antioxidants and can fight free radicals in the body and they slow down aging keeping us looking younger longer

2. Good for heart health: Phenolic extracts in Kodo millet brings down LDL or bad cholesterol thus promoting heart health

3. Controls Diabetes: Kodo millet stimulates production of liver glycogen and triggers instant energy thus making it an ideal grain for those with diabetes

4. Aids in weight loss: Regular consumption of Kodo millet stimulates metabolism helps in reducing stubborn fat around abdomen, waist and hips

5. Heals wounds:  This is an age old home remedy where in a spoonful of Kodo millet flour mixed in water is applied on an external wound. Not only does it alleviate the pain but helps to heal the wound faster

6. Strengthens nervous system: Kodo millets contain a rich source of lecithin which helps to strengthen and protect one’s nervous system

Direction for Use

Kodo millet can be cooked whole or as flour depending on the recipe

Cooking:

* Whole grain: To cook Kodo as whole grain, soak them for 30 min and pressure cook it in water. This cooked Kodo/Varagu can then be made into upma or biryani as the recipe requires

* Flour: Dry roast the whole grains, cool them off, and grind to a fine powder. This can be used in creating puddings, savories, and desserts etc

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Recipe

Kodo Cheese Roll / Varagu Cheese Roll


Ingredients
1. Cooked and smashed Kodo – 1 cup
2. Cooked and smashed Potatoes – 3 nos
3. Pepper (Powdered) – half tablespoon
4. Salt
5. Mozzarella Cheese
6. Kasuri Methi – 1 tablespoon
7. Egg – 1 (beaten)
8. Cornflour – half cup
9. Letslive groundnut oil
10. Breadcrumbs

Preparation
1. Take a bowl and mix the following ingredients
(cooked and smashed kodo rice, cooked and smashed potatoes, pepper, salt, kasuri methi)
2. Make it to a thick dough
3. Then take small amount of the dough, roll it length wise
4. Place a piece of mozzarella cheese in the middle and then again roll it in the shape of a cylinder
5. Make similar cylindrical balls
6. Then roll them in cornflour eventually
7. Dip each roll in the beaten egg
8. Top of which sprinkle the breadcrumps
9. Now in a pan add Let’sLive groundnut oil and allow it to heat
10. Shallow fry the cheese rolls
11. Crispy and tasty Kodo Cheese Roll is ready to eat

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