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Kollu / Kulthi (Horse Gram) Noodles

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Feast on these noodles without worrying about your waistline! These Noodles, made of Horse Gram Millets, are full of protein and fibre, and are known to ease constipation and bloating. It also helps to control blood sugar levels making it great for diabetics. Wonderful, isn’t it?? Try some!

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Contents: 1 pack of Kollu Noodles/Horse Gram Noodles

Weight: Each pack contains 180 grams + 15 grams tastemaker masala

Ingredients: Noodles – Fortified wheat flour,Kollu flour, Edible Vegetable Oil, Salt, and Purified water. Taste Maker – Chili powder, Salt, Turmeric powder, Pepper, Ginger and Spices.

Shelf Life: 9 months from the date of manufacturing.

Note – This packet of Noodles contains the Fortified Whole Wheat which is not Maida. We use wheat which includes husk in it. The husk is also grinded along with the wheat to make the most nutritious noodles possible hence the ingredient fortified wheat.

Kollu Noodles/Horse Gram Noodles

Get the benefits of Ayurveda in a bowl of noodles!

Horse gram or kulthi is a grain that is used mainly in South India, but is still not as popular as other millets and grains like ragi or wheat. Horse gram is considered a highly nutritious food according to Ayurveda, and is believed to offer relief for common ailments like cold, fever and digestive issues. It is rich in iron and protein, two critical nutrients that are missing the most from Indian diets.

Horse gram is also rich in dietary fiber, easing constipation and bloating. It also helps to control blood sugar levels making it great for diabetics. As for those on a weight loss journey, they’ll be glad to know that having a bowl of horse gram noodles can be of help! With very few carbs, but lots of protein and fiber, you can feast on these noodles without worrying about your waistline!

Healthy and pure is the new tasty!

  1. Boil 180 g Noodles in 1 liter of water for 3 minutes. Drain and keep aside.
  2. Fry onions, capsicum, carrots, cabbage and other desired vegetables in a little amount of oil.
  3. Add the Natural spices Masala to it and mix thoroughly.
  4. Add the mixed vegetables to the boiled noodles. Mix well and serve hot.

My Little Moppet

Little Moppet Foods products are made from earth’s finest produce of grains, millets, nuts, pulses & dry fruits.

My Littel Moppet was started by Dr Seema, a doctor by profession who left practicing and started this venture. Many of the food items My little Moppet offers have been trusted by generations of Indian parents. And with good reason. They’re are chock-full of vitamins, minerals, calcium, protein, iron, carbs…all the important things that growing bodies need.

All our food is made in Dr Seema's own kitchen, using carefully picked ingredients from their preferred organic partner Organic Mandya. Every person who handles the food is required to wear disposable gloves and cap. Thus it is assured that there will never be any compromise on hygiene with Little Moppet Foods.

 

MyLittleMoppet

My Little Moppet was started by Dr Seema, a doctor by profession who left practicing and started this venture. Many of the food items My Little Moppet offers have been trusted by generations of Indian parents. And with good reason.Little Moppet Foods products are made from earth’s finest produce of grains, millets, nuts, pulses & dry fruits. They’re are chock-full of vitamins, minerals, calcium, protein, iron, carbs…all the important things that growing bodies need.

All the food is made in Dr Seema's own kitchen, using carefully picked ingredients from their preferred organic partner, Organic Mandya. Every person who handles the food is required to wear disposable gloves and caps. Thus, it is assured that there will never be any compromise on hygiene with Little Moppet Foods.

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