BM# 77: Week 1/ Day 2 Theme: Recipes with Whole Grains Dish: Jonnalu Senagalu (Sorghum/ Jowar & Chickpea Saute) For the second day of this week’s blogging marathon, I have a healthy and nutritious snack made with sorghum aka jowar (in Hindi) aka jonnalu (in Telugu). This Jonnalu senagalu which literally means sorghum and chickpeas is a…
Recipe to make homemade Ancient Grains Flour blend. It has Sorghum, amaranth, millet and quinoa flours. It is gluten free and can be used to make pancakes, breads etc.
Gluten free pancakes made with homemade ancient grains flour and gluten free all-purpose flour. These pancakes are earthy, nutty and delicious.
Millet salad made with roasted Brussels Sprout, dried cranberries and walnuts. It is hearty, filling and delicious. It is great to serve as part of holiday buffet.
Traditional South Indian festival dessert with a fruity and whole grain twist. Kesari made with Jonna rawa (cracked sorghum) and cooked with fruits. This can be served warm, at room temperature and even chilled.
This granola is crunchy with the toasted millet and chewy with the coconut flakes and dried cranberries. Great to eat it over some Greek yogurt for breakfast. Soaking it in almond milk makes it a little soft and easier to eat.
Idlis made with Jonna rawa or cracked sorghum and served with a healthy coconut-almond chutney — healthy & nutritious breakfast that tastes delicious.
Sweet dosas made with Ragi flour and jaggery. These sweet dosas are flavored with a hint of ground cardamom making these taste more like a dessert. These ragi dosas can be served for breakfast, snack or even lunch
Great way to incorporate ragi flour into the diet because the taste of ragi is subtle and even kids would love these dosas.
Jowar upma is a nutritious way to start any day because it keeps you full till lunch time.