Millet Pongal Recipe : This is the best breakfast for diabetics.. those who want to be fit.

Millet Pongal Recipe : This is the best breakfast for diabetics.. those who want to be fit.

Millet Pongal Recipe : Want to start your morning with a healthy, delicious breakfast? But you definitely have to eat Millet Pongal. It is easy to make. It keeps you full and keeps you healthy without going for snacks. If strict dieters want to break the rules in a healthy way, this Pongal is a good choice. Because it gives you taste and keeps you healthy. 

People with diabetes problems can also eat it comfortably. The pesaram used in this is full of protein and other nutrients. These are very important for the body. Millets are high in fiber content. Also, the low glycemic index reduces the rise in blood sugar levels. Being rich in calcium, it helps in keeping your bones and teeth healthy. So anyone from children to adults can eat it happily. And how to make this recipe.. Now let’s know what are the required ingredients. 


Millets – ½ cup

Pesarappu – Half cup

Water – Four cups

Oil – 2 tbsp

Cumin – 1 tsp

Pepper – half tsp


Ginger – chopped 1 tsp

Curry – 1 rebba

Cashews – 10

Agave – pinch

For seasoning..

Oil – 2 tbsp

Cumin – 1 tsp

Curry – 1 rebba

Cashews – 5


Millets should be soaked the night before. Soaking the pesaran half an hour before your Pongal is enough. To prepare Pongal, first light the stove and put the pressure cooker. Put oil in it. After it heats up, add cumin and black pepper and fry it. Then add asafoetida, curry leaves and ginger. Add cashew nuts and fry until light golden. Now add the soaked millets and fenugreek seeds. Fry them until they smell good. By doing this, they lose their raw smell. After that pour water and add some salt and stir well.. Close the lid and keep it till 4 or 5 whistles and stop the stove. 

When all the pressure is gone.. Remove the lid of the cooker and mix the Pongal well. For frying, take a small fry pan and put it on the stove and keep it on low flame. Now add oil in it.. Add cumin seeds, curry leaves and cashew nuts and fry. Add this to Pongal and mix well. That’s all Millets Pongal is ready. You can eat it with chutney, avocado and sambar too. 

Also Read : Ravato Uthappam.. can be prepared in just 15 minutes

Note: Information collected from many studies and researches has been provided here as usual. It is not a substitute for medical professional advice. Be sure to include this food in your diet only after consulting a doctor or a nutritionist. This information is for your information only.

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