Pearl millet are cylindrical, typically white, or yellow. Pearl millet is commonly used to make the flatbread bhakari. It is also boiled to make a Tamil porridge called kamban choru or kamban koozh. In Rajasthani cuisine bajre ki khatti rabdi is a traditional Rajasthani dish made with pearl millet flour and yogurt. It is usually made in summers to be served along with meals. It also stabilises the level of cholesterol in the body. Bajra is rich in insoluble fibre that aids digestion. It also reduces secretion of bile acids and is linked to a lowered risk of gallstone formation.
Naturally grown, chemical free organic sorghum millet (Jowar) is rich in vitamins and minerals like B vitamins, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and zinc. Sorghum Millet, at its source, is a gluten free whole grain. It is very healthy diet for weight watchers due to heavy dietary fibers, antioxidants and is a very good source of energy. It can be one of the healthier grains to add to your diet if you want to protect your heart and cardiovascular health. Organic sorghum Millet is easy to replace rice or quinoa in most recipes.
Finger millet is one of the important food crop of India which ranks sixth in production. Finger millet is an excellent source of natural calcium which helps in strengthening bones for growing children and aging people. It has a higher amount of fiber compared to rice, wheat or any other grain. Organically grown ragi is beneficial in conditions of anxiety, depression and insomnia. Ragi based foods are highly suited for expectant mothers due to high iron content.