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SIISTI Millet flakes malt powder recipe | Healthy malt powder | Easy flakes malt powder

SIISTI millets flakes malt recipe -  Quantity: 200 grams


  • SIISTI Ragi Flakes - 1 cup
  • SIISTI Foxtail Millet Flakes - 1 cup
  • SIISTI Kodo Millet Flakes - 1 cup
  • SIISTI Pearl Millet Flakes - 1 cup
  • SIISTI Barnyard Millet Flakes - 1 cup
  • SIISTI Little Millet Flakes - 1 cup
  • SIISTI Wheat Flakes - 1 cup
  • SIISTI Sorghum Flakes - 1 cup


  • Dry roast all the millets for 5 - 8 mins in medium flame.
  • Wait till it changes into crispy flakes
  • Allow it to cool
  • Grind as a fine powder
  • In a separate pan take 1 cup of chopped cashew nuts and dry roast till it changes into golden brown
  • Add millets flakes powder into roasted cashews and add a pinch of salt for taste and mix well
  • Store in a container.  


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