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Hey foodies!

You’re missing some healthy cuisine, aren’t you? We listened to you, and now we’re bringing you our incredibly delicious and nutritious Schezwan Millet. Getting along with millet might not be your expertise but it’s our expertise to make you love millet. We believe adding some vegetables can make it scrumptious. You’ll want more after tasting it, I promise.

Millet is richer in protein and has a nice texture, making it a great substitute to rice. Adding some Schezwan sauce can make it even yummier. The preparation is really easy, and the dish is far superior to rice, so let’s get started.


  • Millet- ½ cup (Soaked overnight)
  • Onion- 1 medium (sliced)
  • Rock salt- 1 tablespoon
  • Red capsicum- ½ cup (chopped)
  • Yellow capsicum- ½ cup (chopped)
  • Carrot – ½ cup (chopped)
  • Schezwan sauce – 1 tablespoon


  1. ·        Once it has been well washed, the millet should be soaked in water for 8 hours.
  2. ·        Boil the millet in one cup of water, and wait for the water to dry up
  3. ·        Take a pan or kadai, add the onion slices, and rock salt, (no oil), and saute for 1-2 minutes.
  4. ·        Add little water and roast well
  5. ·        Now add ½ cup red and yellow capsicum, ½ cup carrots, and mix well
  6. ·        Don’t cook too much, the vegetables should be crunchy
  7. ·        Now add boiled millet and mix well
  8. ·        Add 1 tablespoon schezwan sauce and mix well
  9. ·        Schezwan millet is ready, enjoy!


Millets are a category of cereal grains that are members of the Poaceae family, also referred to as the grass family. They are widely consumed in developing countries in Asia and Africa. Although millet may look like a seed, it has a nutritional profile that is comparable to that of sorghum and other grains.

Rich in antioxidants:

Millets are rich in phenolic compounds. When your body is exposed to dangerous oxidative stress, these chemicals serve as antioxidants to protect it.

Help In Weight Loss:

Millets are a benefit to any weight watchers who want to lose those extra pounds. Millets can be used in place of rice on a daily basis to reduce fat storage, improve digestive health, and facilitate sustained weight loss.

Millet, which is high in iron and also contains folate and folic acid, promotes the production of red blood cells and keeps hemoglobin levels at a healthy level.

So, now you know the miraculous benefits of millets, try them out yourselves. 


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