Benefits Of Millet Soup In Winter
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The likelihood of catching viral infections like the flu and a cough increases as winter draws near. As a result, it's critical to fortify your resistance in advance by taking lots of nutrients and disease-fighting vitamins. And one of the most reassuring ways to nourish our bodies is with soup. Questioning: Why? Soups will keep you hydrated and energised for a longer period of time because they are in liquid form. Additionally, it avoids bloating, which is prevalent during this season. There is a seemingly unlimited variety of soup recipes to select from, ranging from traditional chicken or vegetable broths to delicious hot and sour and tomato soup. Here is a recipe for a tasty and healthy soup to add variation to this list.

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An old superfood that has recently gained popularity. Since 5,000 years ago, lowly millet has been grown on the Indian subcontinent. It is also widely consumed in Southeast Asia and Africa. Millets help reduce obesity, hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, and constipation because of their high dietary fibre content and low glycemic index.


  1. The millet should first be well rinsed, then drained and placed aside. Chop the vegetables to get them ready. The onion and garlic are added to hot oil in a pressure cooker and sautéed until just golden. When the raw scent has vanished, add the vegetables, including diced beetroot, carrot, and beans, and simmer for a further five minutes on low heat. Add the oregano, salt, and pepper to taste and simmer for an additional two minutes.
  2. Rapidly stir after adding the millet. Add one and a half cups of water. On low to medium heat, cook for five whistles. Open the container once the pressure has been released, then let it cool fully. After that, add the water. then include milk. Mash it thoroughly with a ladle. Another option is an electric blender. Serve hot and top with a lot of pepper powder.