Kodo Millet Noodles
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Kodo Millet Noodles is combination of the tastiness of noodles coupled with the nutrients of the millet. This noodles are loaded with healthy nutrients which is needed for a healthy lifestyle.
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Kodo Millet Noodles is combination of great taste of noodles coupled with the nutrients of the millet. These noodles are loaded with healthy nutrients which is needed for a healthy lifestyle. Regular Noodles are generally known to be unhealthy because of the wax content to reduce the cooking time. But this noodles are easy to cook and without the wax.
Kodo Millet Noodles – Noodles
Noodles are a type of food made from flour dough which is rolled, cut and stretched or extruded into long strips or strings. Noodles are kept in the fridge for short term storage or dried and stored for future use. They are boiled and cooked with cooking oil or added in soups. They are also often pan-fried or deep-fried. Noodle dishes are accompanied by sauce or can be put into soup. The geocultural origin is specific to each type of a wide variety of noodles.
This is a hakka type noodles which does not include any seasoning. This is basic Noodles which needs to be boiled. And then you can cook it into any type of noodles like Schezwan, monchou or indian style. This noodles has no added flavour like chicken or egg noodles. It is completely vegetarian. For Non-Vegetarians you can add any cooked meat, fish or eggs of your choice when you saute the noodles.
Kodo Millet Noodles -Kodo Millet
One cup (174 grams) of cooked millet packs: Calories: 207 Carbs: 41 grams Fiber: 2.2 grams Protein: 6 grams Fat: 1.7 grams Phosphorus: 25% of the Daily Value (DV) Magnesium: 19% of the DV Folate: 8% of the DV Iron: 6% of the DV. Everyone can reap the nutritional benefits of eating millet. It is especially beneficial for diabetes management making it one of the best whole grains for managing blood sugar. Millet is a good option for diabetes due to its high fiber content. Fiber helps slow digestion. As a result sugar enters the bloodstream slowly, lessening the risk of a blood sugar spike.
Millet is a small cereal grain that belongs to the grass species. Resilient in harsh environments. Millet provides essential amino acids than most other cereals sources. These compounds are the building blocks of protein. Millet is rich in phenolic compounds, especially ferulic acid and catechins. These molecules act as antioxidants to protect your body from harmful oxidative stress.