The Barnyard millet is a wild seed and not a grain. Small seeds of barnyard millet are processed on groats which are then used for preparation of different types of porridges. They can be cooked like rice, hence they form a great substitute during fasting. It is high on calcium, potassium, phosphorus and amino acids except lysine. It provides the nourishment and energy that rice does. It can be used to make kheer, khichdi, idli, upma, dosa & dhokla.
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