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Kodo Millet flour


Usage Tips

  1. Kodo Millet flour is used as a substitute to wheat flour and rice flour during fasting days.
  2. It can be used to make idli, dhokla, upma and dosa.


Kodo millet flour is the milled small seeded kodo grains that primarily grow in India. The flour is milled to fine powder like consistency. It is widely consumed during fasting days.

Selection Guide

Make sure there are no lumps in the kodo millet flour. Also avoid if it contains moisture.

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