- Barnyard Millet – tastes similar to rice! Also popularly known as Kuthiravali, Sama, Samvat, Shyama, Udalu, Khira, Swank and Vrat Ke Chawal, Barnyard Millet is gluten free, high in Iron content, fibre and has high antioxidants, and at the same time has much lesser calories than rice. It is 4-5 times nutritionally superior to rice and wheat!
- Samak Ke Chawal is commonly consumed during Navratri since people abstain from using cereal grains during fasting occasions. Enjoy this Sanwa Millet with Curries, Sambar or Dal, make your favourite Dhoklas, Idlis & Kheer or make your favourite rice dishes like khichdi , curd rice & more.
- Sama rice are good health option during fasting days and also make a good gluten free grain. You can have them plain or with Vrat ki kadhi. It is a good replacement for rice eaters and is a rich source of minerals and vitamins, providing essential nutrients. Since it is high in digestible fibres it becomes a healthy replacement for rice.
- Barnyard millet is grown in the hilly areas widely in hilly regions of Uttarakhand. Also known as shyama in Bengali, moraiyo in Gujarati, sanwa rice in Hindi, oodalu in Kannada, kuthiraivolly in Tamil and udalu in Telugu, Barnyard millet tastes almost like broken rice when cooked. The millet is tiny, white, round grain, bigger in size than suji (semolina).
Foodstrukk Barnyard Millet Natural Grains, 1kg – (Khira/Swank/Kuthiraivally/Udalu/Kodisama/siridhanya) | Native Low GI Millet Rice | High Protein & 100% more fibre than rice
- Samak Chawal,Quantity-1 kg
- Sama rice is a good gluten-free grain and a good health option during fasting days. They can be eaten plain or with however you like it. It is a good substitute for rice and is high in minerals and vitamins, providing essential nutrients. Because it is high in digestible fibres, it can be used as a healthy substitute for rice.
- Naturally grown. Has no chemicals and pesticides
- Store in an air tight glass or stainless steel container in a cool and dry place
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