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Corn or Solam Vermicelli contains a variety of beneficial phytochemicals that act as antioxidants to the body. It has high fiber content which is vital for overall digestive function. It is remarkably rich in antioxidants and helps to slowing down the process of aging. The essential amount of fiber in Solam helps in scrapping off dangerous cholesterol (LDL) in the body and improves the general health of heart.

 

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Kambu Vermicelli is an excellent repository of proteins, calcium, folic acid and fat. Kambu gives instant energy. It eliminates gastrointestinal disorders, constipation, cramps and excess gas. It strengthens the immune system and helps in making digestion process easier. The nutrients present in Kambu helps in making bones stronger. Kambu vermicelli has been the first and best choice of people who are obese.

 

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Lemon Semia is one of the easiest, least time consuming morning breakfast. Lemon Semia is made by first boiling the Semia with ample amount of salt and draining then it completely to let it cool. Squeezing some lemon juice over the boiled Semia along with some tempering of mustard and turmeric will finish the recipe. Add some asafetida and curry leaves to take the dish up a notch. Lemon Semia adds a tangy and colorful change from the everyday breakfast.

 

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Payasam Vermicelli can be made from whole wheat flour. It is one of the long type vermicelli. The appearance of Payasam vermicelli is much thinner than noodles. It is mainly used for making paysam which are most commonly prepared on the festivals. They are fat-free and very low n sodium. It is rich in carbohydrates that are essential for energy production in the body. Payasam can make within 20 minutes. To make semia , Payasam.Vermicelli is cooked with milk and flavoured with jaggery, cardamom powder and nuts.

 

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Ragi Semia is made from the flour of Ragi extracted during the milling process. The Indian authentic noodles of Ragi are used in the preparation of many dishes. They can be prepared in variations just as the normal vermicelli in Indian cuisine like Ragi Upma with plenty of vegetables. It is best to add it to your morning meal or have it for lunch. This vermicelli is also used in sweet dishes along with a combination of sugar or jaggery and grated coconut.

 

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Rice Sevai is a type of rice vermicelli and looks similar to Idiyappam. Rice Sevai, as the name suggests are made out of Rice. They can however be made using other food grains like wheat, Ragi and other millets. Rice Sevai is a popular Breakfast option especially in South India as it needs no oil for cooking and can be steamed and easily cooked. It is also one of the most easily digestible foods.

 

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Vermicelli or Semia is an Indian form of spaghetti made from hard ground wheat. It helps satisfy the noodle craze that is popular in the west. Semia comes in both roasted and non-roasted packed forms. The roasted Semia makes it a ready to use instant noodle. The short spaghetti is used in making sweet dishes like Kheer or Payasam. Semia can be used for making morning breakfast in the form of Upma along with vegetables like peas, beans, and carrots.

 

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Tamarind Vermicelli or Semia is another form of Semia where in the sour taste of tamarind dominates the dish. It is made by tempering mustard, curry leaves, and chilies in a little oil and adding on tamarind water in it. Once the water comes to boil, the Semia is added in either it’s roasted or non-roasted form until it is well cooked. The tamarind water that is needed for the recipe can be freshly made by soaking some tamarind in hot water or by using packaged paste available in the market.

 

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Thinai vermicelli is an important healthy alternative for rice. When compared to rice, it has low glycemic index i.e. only gradually increase blood sugar after food intake. It is high in carbohydrates, dietary fiber, minerals and iron. Thinai builds body strength and makes one highly immune. The risks of gastric problems and heart problems can be considerable decreased with regular intake of Thinai in the diet.

 

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Varagu is one of the gluten-free grains. Adding Varagu routinely in the diet has proven to be highly nutritious. Varagu Vermicelli effectively helps in controlling Blood Pressure and in maintaining Cholesterol levels. The Fiber content is very high making it laxative and it is easily digestible by our digestive system. Taking Varagu as a part of regular diet helps strengthen the nervous system too. Varagu Vemicelli contains no gluten and is the best food companion for people who are gluten intolerant.

 

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Wheat has gradually become the most widely grown global crop and provides 20% of the daily protein and food calories for around 4.5 billion people around the world. Wheat is proven to be one of the wholesome food items. It is rich in minerals, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, vitamins and zinc. Among all other food items made out of wheat, wheat Vermicelli provides consumers a feeling of fullness, thereby reducing the risk of overeating.

 

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