How to cook Adlai:
Rinse the Hineleban Adlai.
Pour in a pot or rice cooker, two parts water to every part Adlai.
Cook for 30-40 minutes until cooked or al dente.
- Use to replace rice or quinoa as your carb or starch portion on a well-balanced diet
- Use as an ingredient to any rice-based delicacy like kakanin, champurrado, polvoron, etc
- Ground to use as flour for bread and coating
- Sauté with onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, and season for a quick energy-packed salad
Adlai with Sweet Corn in Coconut Milk
1 cup Adlai
1 cup sweet corn kernels
4 cups coconut milk
2 cups water
1/2 cup sugar
Cook Adlai in water in a pot over medium heat and bring to boil.
Once boiling, add the coconut milk then lower the heat.
Simmer while stirring occasionally for 10-15 minutes.
Add sugar, mix thoroughly and cook for 2 minutes.
Add the corn and cook for another 5 minutes.
Serve and enjoy!
It is protein-packed for your daily energy boost with denser content of fiber and a good amount of complex carbohydrates. It is full of nutrients - high in B-complex vitamins, calcium, and iron. It is also proven to help lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels. It is known as well to have anti-inflammatory properties preventing inflammation and reducing the risk of certain cancers.
PROVEN and TESTED:
Gluten-free - perfect for coeliacs, gluten-intolerant
Low in glycemic index - ideal for weight management, and blood sugar control.
This ancient grain is also used for medicinal purposes in China. Adlai has been claimed to have therapeutic effects for rheumatism and stiff joints and is used as an ingredient to a medicinal soup, tea, or herbal drink. It is said to have other properties as well that helps reduce fever and relax muscles.
Some studies also show that Adlai has antihistaminic and anti-allergic effects.
|Average Nutritional Values (serving size 160g)
||Per 1 cup
Percent values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Store in a cool dry place.