The Millet Cooking Course
By Pallavi Upadhyaya (Millets for Health)
Make calcium & protein-rich recipes
Millet Ravioli, Kebabs, Biryani, Pita Bread, Chocolate Bars & much more
Learn to select different millets
Recipes of & all about choosing & cooking these millets - Foxtail, Ragi, Jowar, Little Millet, Proso
Recognize polished millets
Identify different types of millets
Know the health benefits of different millets
Tips to easily include millets in your daily diet
- Access to recording for 90 Days
- Written recipes (PDFs)
- Q&A support for the Course
- Foxtail Millet Risotto
- Kutki Minestrone Soup
- Barnyard Millet Seekh Kebabs
- Jowar Muthia
- Kodo Millet Salad Wraps
- Ragi Masala Dosa
- Foxtail Millet Idiyappam
- Little Millet bisebelebath
- Kodo Millet Tamarind Rice
- Millet Chocolate Barfi
- Gluten-Free Laddus
- Millet Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake
- Gluten-Free Sprouted Sorghum Cookies
- Millet Tawa Roti
- Handmade Millet Pasta (Gluten-Free)
- Gluten-Free Ravioli
- Bajra Khoba Roti
- Millet Pita Bread
- Yam Millet Kebabs
- Millet Namkeen Mixture
- Millet Paniyaram
- Baked Millet Potato
- Millet Biryani
- Sorghum Chocolate Bars
- Gluten-Free Millet Crackers
- Gluten-Free Millet Maggie
- Millet Tahiri
- Millet Apple Crumble
HINDI COURSE VERSION
- Ragi Masala Dosa
- Jowar Masala Roti
- Millet Barfi
- Millet Methi Pulav
- Millet Minestrone Soup
(Managing Director of Millets for Health)
she is the co-founder and Managing Director of Millets for Health, a social enterprise dedicated to the revival of millets. Millets for Health was founded in 2016 by Pallavi & Rajeev, born out of Pallavi's personal health journey & Rajeev's experience of working on rural livelihood issues in drought-prone Ananthapur district in Andhra Pradesh.
Together they started the venture to promote millets amongst the farmers as well as bring it to the urban tables. They also conduct promotional events & workshops to increase awareness about millets.
Lose weight & Gain health with Millets
Include wholesome, gluten-free, and nutrient-rich millets in your regular meals. They can prevent diseases such as diabetes, asthma, and cardiovascular issues. They are rich in fiber, hence good for weight loss.
Millets are a Superfood
Besides fiber, Millets are also rich in calcium, proteins, iron, and polyphenols. Polyphenols are the micronutrients that produce antioxidants and are present in plant-based foods.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What will I gain in the Course?
The course will give you the knowledge of different varieties of millets, understand the grain, how to cook it, and how to include it in your daily meals. ...
How will I benefit from this course?
You will be able to seamlessly incorporate Millets in your and your family’s diet and inculcate a new eating habit that is extremely healthy and can prevent diseases. ...
Do I need any special ingredients or appliances to join the class?
You will need basic cooking equipment and regular kitchen utensils. ... You will be informed in advance if any other ingredients are necessary.