Typically prepared using semolina, this upma made with little millet is a healthy and nutrient-rich breakfast option.
This kulith ani kooka koddel, a family recipe from Chef Ashwini Pai, is a warm and comforting Mangalorean curry that uses the chinese potato, a winter produce from the coastal regions of Karnataka.
A traditional tea-time snack from Gujarat, handvo is usually made with rice, a variety of lentils, and an assortment of vegetables. Every diwali, Ankita remembers her grandmother as she makes handvo. Her version adapts barnyard millet into the dish.
Inspired by her favourite oatmeal raisin cookie, Ankita, a volunteer chef from the Millet Cooking Lab, crafted the recipe for these crumbly barnyard and choc chip cookies, made comforting with notes of maple syrup and cinnamon.
Tikkis, the popular finger food, gets a sweet twist with the addition of pumpkin. This barnyard millet tikki recipe by Ankita Jain is a great addition to your favourite chaat, sandwich, or simply by itself.
A popular Indian street food and festive snack, the barnyard dahi vada is a rendition of a classic. Ankita, Chef volunteer from the Millet Cooking Lab, shares her recipe.
This fish pickle from Mrs K.M.Mathew’s Finest Recipes is spicy and tangy, adding a burst of flavor to any meal.
This sweet and crispy achappam, from Mrs K.M. Mathew’s Finest Recipes, is made with rice flour and coconut milk.
Inspired by her elder brother's adventurous tales of travelling and trekking, Sayani, Chef volunteer from the Millet Cooking Lab, shares the recipe of this traditional breakfast delicacy from Meghalaya.
Dolon Dutta Chowdhury shares her mother’s version of Mourola Maach er Tok Jhal, her take on the traditional Bengali Tok – a light sweet-and-sour dish served towards the end of a Bengali meal.