Little millet noodles are a great option for individuals seeking to shed weight. It can be used as a rice substitute. It’s high in fiber and contains a variety of minerals, including potassium, zinc, iron, and calcium. Little millet noodles are also high in vitamin B, minerals including calcium, iron, zinc, and potassium, and can give critical nutrients that aid in weight loss. Many traditional south Indian cuisines include it. Furthermore, because of its high fiber content, it is a healthier alternative to rice.
Noodles: Little millet flour, whole wheat flour, salt & purified water.
Masala: Pepper, Tomato powder, amchur powder, green chili, cardamom, and bay leaf.
Nutrition Facts Serving Size (100g) apx
Calories from Fat: 172.35
Energy Kcal/100g: 350.58
Protein 100g: 11.07
Fat 100g: 0.54
Dietary fiber 100g: 13.52
Carbohydrate 100g: 87.56
Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 Calorie diet
Little Millet Noodles Name Indian languages:
In Tamil: சாமை அரிசி ( Samai rice ),
In Telugu: సామల (Samalu)
In Kannada: ಸಾಮೆ ಅಕ್ಕಿ (Saame akki)
In Malayalam: ചാമ (Chama Rice) ,
In Hindi: लिटिल मिलेट (Kutki)