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Millet Pongal

VIEWS 2689

Energy (kcal) - 177

Protein (g) - 6.3

Carbohydrate (g) - 32

Fat (g) - 6

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Millet Pongal is a traditional south Indian recipe. Moong dal is a good source of protein and other nutrients. Compared to simply white rice, not only brown rice's fiber content high but also is low in glycemic index, reducing the blood sugar levels to rise. This millet, which is rich in calcium, helps in keeping your bones and teeth healthy.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Moong dal/ Pesara Pappu - 15 gm 
  • Hulled millets [finger millet/ragi] - 15 gm
  • Brown rice - 1 tbsp
  • Water - 1 cup 
  • Few peppercorns
  • Boiled green peas - 2 tbsp
  • Cumin - ¼ tsp
  • Green chilli slit - 1
  • Grated ginger - ½ tsp
  • Pinch of hing
  • Pinch of turmeric
  • Oil - ½ tsp
  • Salt to taste

DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Wash millet, moong dal, rice in a lot of water till they run clear. Step 2 Soak them for about 2 hours Step 3 Pressure cook with 1 cup water for one whistle or cook it in a pot till the millets and brown rice are cooked. Step 4 When the pressure goes off, add warm water to adjust the consistency. If desired mash it. Step 5 Heat a small pan with oil. Add ginger, green chilli and fry till you get a nice aroma. Step 6 Add boiled green peas. Step 7 Add cumin, peppercorn and curry leaves, fry till the curry leaves turn crisp, add hing. Step 8 Pour the cooked Pongal to the seasoning and mix. Serve hot.

Millet Pongal - BY KHYATI RUPANI

10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 2689

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