Millets in our lives have come a full circle. We knew of them as birdfeed or horse staples. Back in the day, these used to be relished in Indian homes, and what was left over would be fed to the animals. Wheat and wheat flour might be more pliable and easy to use, but these millets from the yesteryears are making a serious comeback. Packed to a punch, these help you stock up on your daily vitals : carbs, vitamins and proteins and energy. Not to mention a host of minerals and roughage that's ever so vital for human. beings. So we bring for you the millets in its most evergreen avatar- - Khichadi. Our Multi-millet Khichadi is a blend of foxtail, kodo, proso and sorghum millets with green mung and spices. This delicious preparation is easy to make and the health quotient and the taste don't disappoint. Millets are a fair source of protein, which is highly digestible and is an excellent source of dietary fibre with good amounts of soluble and insoluble fractions. The carbohydrate content is low and slowly digestible.