Here are some delicious gluten-free recipes for you. If you are gluten intolerant or want to lose weight, these millet recipes you will find here are a good choice. Also, because millet is full of protein and gluten-free, it is good if you want to lose weight. Below are some recipes from my friend Radha Natarajan.
Radha has a lot of delicious millet recipes on her blog. She is an expert living in Chennai, India, where a lot of research has been done about the health benefits of millet. Therefore, you can find many millet recipes on Radha’s blog, Your Every Day Cook Even; there are many varieties of millet. We usually only can find all in Indian stores.
Also, some gluten-free recipes have ingredients like Arrowroot or tapioca flour. Some used Coconut or Almond flour to make these recipes gluten-free. Rolled oats are used for the Chocolate granola if you love it sweet. Unusual is the Yukka/Tapioca rice you may like to try. Have fun trying and experimenting with these healthy gluten-free recipes for your health and well-being.
Cauliflower and Chia Seed Crust with Heart, Cancer Prevention and Brain Benefits
Pizza can be healthy too! Instead of a heavy and greasy pie crust, try cauliflower and chia seeds instead.
It is healthy, delicious, and yields many benefits. Cauliflower is full of the vitamins that our bodies need and crave like thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, folic acid, omega-3’s, and vitamin K. It also serves as a good source of vegetable protein, phosphorous, and potassium.
Vegetable millet casserole – a healthy and delicious one-dish meal with celery and carrots. This recipe only takes a few ingredients to create a fresh and delicious dinner! Spicy, aromatic, and creamy – this tastes like the perfect thing to pop into the oven on a fall evening.
While worldwide, Quinoa is touted as a high-protein grain, millet doesn’t lag behind either. preferred as a substitute for rice for many health reasons to treat obesity, diabetes, and good cardiac health, it gives almost the same energy as Quinoa. Iron is present in millets twice as much as in quinoa, and as millets are low-fat, it is suited for those concerned with obesity.
After I discovered my love for homemade granola, I knew the number of possible flavour combinations would be the most fun thing to play around with. I’m already thinking of a Christmas one; it’s crazy.
I added unsweetened peanut butter and raw cacao for this one because we know how great chocolate and peanuts are together. The rest remained pretty much the same as the first one I made, though feel free to change up the nuts and add a little bit more honey if you like your granola on the sweeter side to munch on as is.
Puttu is traditionally steamed using a utensil called “puttu Kodam’ which basically consists of a long mold that fits on top of a steamer pot. Since I don’t have this contraption, I make do with a strainer fitted on top of a cooking pot. I replaced rice flour with coconut flour to keep it Paleo. But you can use the same recipe, replacing rice flour with coconut flour too.