Kodo millet (Tamil: Varagu; Hindi: Kodra; Telugu: Arikelu; Kannada: Harka) is one of the millets I got from India this time. I am just experimenting easy millets recipes for breakfast. I saw a recipe in a magazine, got an idea and I made this kanji just similar to vendhaya kanji we make with coconut milk. But here I have made it with low fat fresh milk instead coconut milk. Since garlic cooked in milk is good for health, with this healthy millet, this makes an excellent healthy breakfast. Kodo millet is a great substitute to rice. With lots of nutritional values, fibre, it keeps us full for longer time. And just a quarter cup makes a lot of kanji too in a jiffy. Why not try this for a day’s breakfast and stay healthy!
I would like to have it as such. But if you want, you can have it with a dash of pickle or kara kuzhambu/ vathal kuzhambu.