Tips to cook millet dishes
Indian millets are nutritiously rich, can tolerate drought and are largely grown in India’s arid and semi-arid regions.
Millets play an important role in India’s cuisine as well as in the ecological and economic security of the country.
Chef Sanjeev Kapoor shared a few hacks on cooking millets.
Take one cup of soaked Bajra, pour one by ½ cup of water into a pressure cooker, add salt to taste, and cook the millet for 15 whistles on high heat.
Take one cup of soaked Jowar, pour in one by ¾ cup of water and add some salt to taste. Cook until you hear 12 whistles from the pressure cooker.
Take one cup of soaked Ragi, pour one by ¼ cup of water into a pressure cooker, add some salt to taste, and cook the millet for 12 whistles on high heat.
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