Jowar is commonly called by various names across India- jwaarie, jowar, jola, or jondhalaa and is used to make bhakri, jowar roti, or jolada rotti. Jowar is a staple source of nutrition in areas that ...
Jowar makes for a popular choice among the dieters who look for healthy substitutes of maida (or all-purpose flour) in any recipe.
This recipe of jowar pulao is super-nutritious as it eliminates rice and adds the goodness of jowar along with a range of healthy vegetables
Indian cuisine offers a wide range of delectable dishes that are diverse not only in flavour but also in their appearance.
We have discovered a new, great way to make pancakes healthy and flavourful. Replace maida with jowar or sorghum.
A healthy alternative to the all-purpose flour is Jowar or Sorghum. Rich, Bitter-y and fibrous in texture, this millet is grown abundantly across India
Diabetes diet: Roti made with jowar flour and methi leaves is an excellent choice for winters. Both the foods are nutrient-rich and have anti-diabetes properties.
Diabetes: There are many foods that are considered better for diabetes diet, and gluten-free millets like jowar (sorghum) is said to be a healthier alternative to refined flour or wheat flour.
Dosa is widely prepared in every Indian kitchen. It is quick and easy and makes for a wholesome breakfast when paired with chutney and sambhar.
These breakfast cereals will help you put together a tasty and wholesome meal in the morning.