Whole millet is a very small grain which like rice, has a natural subtle sweetness. So as with rice, millet may be used in a similar way: for puddings, stews and instead of cous cous.
Millet can also be ground down to make millet flour which is a popular ingredient in gluten free cooking/baking.
Roast millet in a little oil until lightly brown. Then simmer in water for 20 minutes or until fluffy.
Serving Size: 100grams
|Nutritional Information||Typical per 100gr|
|Energy Content||1582KJ / 378Kcal|
Typical Values per 100g
||Typical per 100gr
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