Pearl millet is also known as Bajra in India, and India is the world’s largest producer, with Rajasthan being the best-producing state. It is one of the more common millets found in India. Unfortunately, like all millet recipes, this gruel is categorized as a bad man’s diet. Traditional and millet foods are slowly making a comeback. Simply review the Pearl Millet noodles vitamin information (Source Wiki), particularly the protein content material.
Niacin in those millets helps to lower LDL cholesterol, while magnesium helps to lower blood pressure and lower the risk of coronary heart attacks. The high fiber content allows for normal glucose levels to be maintained.
It helps with weight loss as well as the treatment of stomach ulcers and gallbladder stones.
Ingredients For Pearl Millet Noodles
Noodles: Pearl 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: 362
Dietary fiber/100g: 1.2
Iron : 2.24
Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 Calorie diet
Pearl Millet noodles Name Indian languages
In Tamil: கம்பு நூடுல்ஸ் ( Kambu noodles)
In Telugu: సజ్జలు నూడుల్స్ (Sajjalu noodles)
In Kannada: ಸಜ್ಜೆ (Sajje noodles)
In Malayalam: കമ്പു (Kambu noodles)
In Hindi: बाजरा नूडल्स (Bajra noodles)