Barnyard millet porridge is one of my favorite recipes to satisfy my sweet cravings. It’s a delicious gluten-free recipe one can try to stay healthy.
I tasted it for the first time ten years ago when I observed fasting on Navratri. After fasting for the whole day, I was super hungry in the evening. My mother offered me this recipe to break my fast. I was skeptical about the taste, but to my surprise, when I tasted one spoon of this recipe, it melted inside my mouth, and with the flavor of ghee, it felt heavenly. After that day, it is my top listed recipe to handle my sweet tooth.
Barnyard millet porridge is a healthy and tasty breakfast. It is suitable for all body types if consumed in moderation. It is light to digest, which makes it an ideal option for breakfast or dinner.
Beneficial in the following conditions:
- Weight loss
- Cardiovascular disease
Barnyard millet is dry in property and light to digest. It is a healthy recipe for a person who is suffering from diabetes. It is suitable for everyone, but due to its dry quality, it may need a slight variation according to your body type.
Variations in the recipe according to your body type:
Vata person: Add more ghee in the recipe.
Pitta person: No changes.
Kapha person: Add 2-3 raisins only.