Foxtail millet provides a host of nutrients, has a sweet nutty flavour and is considered to be one of the most digestible and non-allergic grains available. It contains fibre, protein, calcium and vitamins. It is a nutritive food for children and pregnant women. It is rich in dietary fibre and minerals such as copper and iron that keep one’s body strong and immune
Foxtail Millet Cutlet
- foxtail millet rice – 100 g,
- potatoes – 20 g,
- carrots – 20 g,
- beans – 20 g,
- salt – to taste,
- pepper – 5 g,
- chat masala – 5 g,
- bread crumbs – 20 g,
- green chillies – 5 g,
- water – as required and oil – for shallow or deep frying
- Foxtail millet grain is washed soaked in water for 30 mins, cooked and kept aside
- All the chopped vegetables are cooked and kept aside.
- • In a pan add one table spoon of oil, ginger garlic paste, sliced green chilies and fry them until light brown colour appears.
- • Add the cooked millet, chat masala, pepper and cooked vegetables and mix them well.
- • Make them into cutlet shapes, coat the cutlets with bread crumbs.
- • Shallow or deep fry in a pan them until light brown colour appears.
- • Serve with mint chutney/tomato sauce.