Upma — a basic traditional Indian recipe — can come to your rescue. It’s delicious, super easy and nutritious, especially when you make it with kodon! Kodon is a rich source of protein, calcium and iron. The millet is gluten-free and is a popular ingredient consumed during fasting days. Millets are among the indigenous crops that have become popular according to the Godrej Food Trends Report.
Kodon flour 1 cup
Black cumin seeds 1 tbsp
Curry leaves 5-7
Hot water 1 cup
Onions, green chillies and carrots 1 cup, finely chopped
Salt to taste
Wash the kodon flour thrice, thoroughly. Cut the onions, green chillies, and vegetables.
Heat the oil in a non-stick pan and add mustard and cumin seeds. After a few seconds, add onion, green chillies, carrot, and curry leaves. Cook for two minutes on a medium flame.
Add the kodon flour and hot water and salt. Mix well and cover the pan.
Cook the upma thoroughly for a few minutes. Serve hot.
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