Other Names of Sorghum
1. Egyptian Millet in English.
2. Cholam in Tamil.
3. Jwari in Marathi.
4. Jola in Kannada.
5. Jonnalu in Telegu.
How to make Sorghum / Jowar Porridge at home?
Roasted Jowar Flour 45 g.
Roasted Bengal gram Powder 20 g.
Roasted Groundnut 10 g.
Method of preparation:
1. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly
2. Store in air tight container.
When needed add hot water to a tablespoon of powder, mix well and serve.
Updated on 1.02.2015
One of the readers had tried this porridge without Besan powder (as her baby didn’t like the taste) and had turned out very tasty.
Nutritive value per 100 gms:
Protein 11 .80 g.
Iron 4 .06 mg.
Carotene 43 .75 μg.
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