Signature highlights include: tandoori raan, a tender leg of baby lamb, Khyber spiced marinade, cooked in a clay oven; makai ki tikki, corn patties, royal cumin seed, green chillies and coriander; five grains tandoori roti, a wholewheat bread, ragi, oats, pearl millet
(jawar) and red millet (bajra), cooked in the tandoor; and hara masala pomfret, whole pomfret stuffed with mild coconut and coriander chutney, seared until crisp.
However, small grains are more nutritious than maize; for instance, pearl millet
is rich in iron and zinc.
Current study showed that the percentage of weight gain of pigeon was highest with pearl millet
than raw material and poultry feed.
University of Georgia plant breeder and geneticist Katrien Devos work unraveling the mysteries of pearl millet
aims to make subsistence farming communities more food-secure.
Mustard was grown as the first crop in October and harvested in March, whereas pearl millet
was grown in July and harvested in early October.
In Pakistan pearl millet
(Pennisetum glaucum) is mainly grown for summer fodder production used as green-chop roughages for ruminants feeding.
College of Agriculture, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari to find out the "Integrated nutrient management in summer pearl millet
[Pennisetum glaucum (L) R.
Among various kinds of millet (finger millet, foxtail millet, kodo millet, little millet, pearl millet
and proso millet), the pearl millet
(Pennisetum glaucum (L.
The country produces cocoa, palm oil, groundnuts, coconuts, citrus fruits, maize, pearl millet
, cassava, yams, and sugarcane.
bred with two to four times more iron than conventional varieties could offer a novel solution to anemia--a condition that affects more than 1.
is a main threat to pearl millet
production in sub-Saharan Africa and nutrient deficiency aggravates this problem often leading to complete failure of pearl millet
The pearl millet
is grass specie has been widely used by farmers as an alternative to reach the animal requirements in the critical period of the year, due to the fact that it is the forage more resistant to drought and is adapted to low soil fertility, presents fast growth and high yields of phytomass by unit area (AMARAL et al.