Little millet is a food with a low glycemic index that is high in slow-digesting carbs and dietary fibre. Little millet is a traditional grain that is grown all over India. Rice is the most common form of consumption. Any recipe that calls for rice can be made with a small amount of millet. Because it has the tiniest grains, it cooks more quickly than other millets. In India's millet-growing states, traditional foods include samai dosa, porridge, paddu, and payasam made from tiny millet.