Millets and its benefits has been discussed extensively in my blog , while doing many recipes, so kindly check the recipes for more.Mixed millets adai has been a great rewarding experience in terms of taste and texture.
I also felt it was not so heavy on the tummy unlike the regular adai using rice, udad dal and mixed dals.
Another great advantage is the quck grnding of batter, it takes very little time to grind and the ease with which adai can be prepared in a more healthy way is indeed tempting me to use more millet in my kitchen.
So yet another healthy recipe for me. 🙂
Millet names…from Internet
Barnyard Millet (Hindi: Jhangora; Tamil: Kuthiravaali; Telugu: Odalu)
Finger Millet (Hindi: Mandua; Tamil: Kelvargu; Telugu: Ragulu; Kannada:Ragi; Malayalam: Koovarugu)
Foxtail Millet (Hindi: Kangni; Tamil: Tenai; Telugu: Korra; Kannada:Navane; Malayalam: Thinai
Kodo Millet (Hindi: Kodra; Tamil: Varagu; Telugu: Arikelu; Kannada: Harka)
Little Millet (Hindi: Kutki; Tamil: Samai; Telugu: Sama; Kannada: Same; Malayalam: Chama)
Pearl Millet (Hindi: Bajra, Tamil: Kambu, Telugu: Gantilu, Kannada: Sajje)
Proso Millet (Hindi: Barri; Tamil: Panivaragu; Telugu: Varigulu; Kannada:Baragu
Sorghum (Hindi: Jowar; Tamil: Cholam; Telugu: Jonna; Kannada: Jola; Malayalam: Cholum)