Millets are rich in micronutrients. Usually, the Kesari bath is made out of semolina or vermicelli, or beaten rice. This recipe is made using the Little Millets or Kutki. It's first brought in a convenient form before cooking. Little Millet is a rich source of micronutrients like magnesium, phosphorus, and Vitamin B3. They also help lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes, reduces chances of heart attacks, improves digestion, protect from breast cancer, protects childhood asthma.
Instructions for use:
- Add Two cups of water and bring it to boil
- Add One cup of Kesaribath mix
- Stir well.
- When the mix is glossy, prior to removing it from the stovetop, add Ghee or Nut Butter and mix it well.
- Serve it hot.
Ingredients: Ingredients: Little Millet, Cashew nut, Raw Can Sugar, Rolled Oats