Kodo Millet Roasted Upma Rava (500g)

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  • Our premium Kodo millet roasted rava or roasted Kodo millet semolina  is produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilisers, ensuring a natural and pure product. 
  • Our organic Kodo millet roasted rava or roasted Kodo millet semolina  is a non-genetically modified organism. (non-GMO). 
  • Our Kodo millet roasted rava or roasted Kodo millet semolina is produced with a commitment to environmentally friendly practices. 
  • Kodo millet roasted rava is rich in dietary fibre, which aids in digestion, promotes bowel regularity, and helps prevent constipation.
  • Being naturally gluten-free, Kodo millet roasted rava is suitable for individuals with celiac disease or gluten intolerance.
  • It contains a significant amount of protein, essential for muscle repair, growth, and overall body function.
  • Kodo millet roasted rava has a low glycemic index, which helps in managing blood sugar levels and reducing the risk of diabetes.
  • Kodo millet roasted rava can be used to prepare a variety of dishes such as upma, idli, dosa, and porridge, offering versatility in both savoury and sweet recipes.
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Kodo Millet Roasted Upma Rava (500g)

Kodo Millet Roasted Upma Rava (500g)

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Introducing Kodo Millet Roasted Rava

Kodo millet roasted rava, derived from Kodo millet (scientifically known as Paspalum scrobiculatum), belongs to the Poaceae family and has its origins in the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa. Introduced to India thousands of years ago through ancient trade routes and agricultural practices, Kodo millet became an integral part of Indian cuisine and traditional farming systems. 

In Karnataka, Kodo millet roasted rava or roasted Kodo millet semolina is sourced from the abundant cultivation of this millet variety, where the favourable climate and soil conditions support its growth.Our Kodo millet roasted rava or roasted Kodo millet semolina is sourced directly from Karnataka. 

 An interesting fact about Kodo millet roasted rava or roasted Kodo millet semolina is its traditional use in South Indian cuisine, where it is commonly used to make dishes like upma, idli, and dosa. Health-wise, Kodo millet roasted rava or roasted Kodo millet semolina retains the nutritional benefits of Kodo millet, including its high fibre, protein, and essential mineral content. It promotes digestive health, supports muscle function, and provides sustained energy. Culinary-wise, Kodo millet roasted rava or roasted Kodo millet semolina adds a unique texture and nutty flavour to dishes, making it a popular choice for breakfast foods and snacks in South India.

Kodo Millet Roasted Rava Benefits:

  • Kodo millet roasted rava is rich in dietary fibre, which aids in digestion, promotes bowel regularity, and helps prevent constipation.

  • Being naturally gluten-free, Kodo millet roasted rava is suitable for individuals with celiac disease or gluten intolerance.

  • It contains a significant amount of protein, essential for muscle repair, growth, and overall body function.

  • Kodo millet roasted rava has a low glycemic index, which helps in managing blood sugar levels and reducing the risk of diabetes.

  • It is packed with essential vitamins and minerals such as iron, magnesium, and calcium, supporting overall health and well-being.

  • The fibre and magnesium content in Kodo millet roasted rava contribute to heart health by lowering cholesterol levels and supporting cardiovascular function.

  • Kodo millet roasted rava's high fibre content helps promote satiety, making it a valuable addition to a weight management diet by reducing overall calorie intake.

  • Kodo millet roasted rava can be used to prepare a variety of dishes such as upma, idli, dosa, and porridge, offering versatility in both savoury and sweet recipes.

  • It adds a unique texture and nutty flavour to dishes, enhancing the overall taste and sensory experience of culinary creations, making it a popular choice in South Indian cuisine.

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FAQ's

What is kodo millet roasted rava? 

Kodo millet roasted rava is a granulated form of kodo millet that has been lightly roasted to enhance its flavour and texture. It's used as a healthier alternative to traditional semolina in various dishes.

How do I cook kodo millet roasted rava? 

To cook kodo millet roasted rava, boil it in water or milk until it softens and absorbs the liquid, similar to cooking traditional semolina or wheat rava. You can use it in both sweet and savoury recipes.

Can I use kodo millet roasted rava for making upma? 

Yes, kodo millet roasted rava is excellent for making upma. Just replace the regular semolina with kodo millet rava and cook it with your choice of vegetables and spices.

Can I use kodo millet roasted rava in sweet dishes? 

Absolutely! Kodo millet roasted rava can be used to make delicious desserts like halwa, kheer, and pudding. Its nutty flavour compliments sweet ingredients well.

How does kodo millet roasted rava differ from regular rava? 

Kodo millet roasted rava is made from a different grain than traditional wheat semolina, offering a unique nutty flavour and a higher nutritional profile, including more fibre and fewer calories.

Can I make dosa with kodo millet roasted rava? 

Yes, you can use kodo millet roasted rava to make dosas. Mix it with urad dal (black lentils) and ferment the batter overnight to prepare a nutritious and tasty dosa.

Can I use kodo millet roasted rava for making roti? 

Yes, you can make rotis with kodo millet roasted rava by mixing it with other flours to form a dough. It adds a unique flavour and nutritional boost to traditional rotis.

How do I know if I'm cooking kodo millet roasted rava correctly? 

Kodo millet roasted rava should be cooked until it's soft and has absorbed all the liquid, similar to cooking rice or couscous. It should be fluffy and not stick together.