Foxtail Millet is one of those Forgotten grains that were a part of ancient Indian culture. Foxtail Millets are widely cultivated in China, India And Africa. Western world and developed nations are now accepting it as food for humans.
Forgotten foxtail millet is light yellow color in appearance.
This Siridhanya is known as Korra in Telugu, Navane in Kannada, Kangni in Hindi and Thinai in Tamil. The scientific name of Foxtail millet is Setaria italica.
-Foxtail millet has the highest content of Zinc 4.1 mg/100 g which is the highest zinc content found in any grain.
-It's naturally Gluten Free
-It has high dry insoluble fiber
-Foxtail millet high in Anti-Oxidants.
-Low in GI and hence suitable for diabetics
Soak for half hour in water. Cook like rice in a pressure cooker. Rice can be replaced with millets in your staple diet and any rice dish can be made by using millets.
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Forgotten Foxtail millet - 900g