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 accepting it as a tasty food for humans.
Known as Korra in Telugu, Navane in Kannada, Kangni in Hindi, Thinai in Tamil.
-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.
Use Foxtail millet flour to make dosas, rottis and chapattis.
To make rottis - boil flour in water to make dough.
To make Dosas - mix the flour in buttermilk, chopped onions, coriander, cumin, salt, etc to make batter.
To make Chapattis - mix 50% wheat atta.
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Forgotten Foxtail millet flour - 400g x Pack of 2