Recipes — millet
Millet Previously here on the Organic Grains Blog, we shared a full tutorial on how to cook Millet on the stove (here). Millet is an amazing grain that packs a nutritional punch of fiber and vitamins. It is not a complete protein but is a seed grain. It cannot cross-pollinate with wheat and will always be gluten-free. In spite of how delicious and versatile it is as a staple, it is most often used as birdseed in the USA. That's sad...because as much as we love big bird, we'd rather see you make this healthy grain a part of your life. Use...
Millet is a very satisfying and comforting grain. Though it is a staple eaten all around the world, it is most often used in the USA in bird-seed blends. That's a flippin' shame. When cooked it can be used as you would with rice in pretty much any dish. It is rather mild in flavor and can be toasted a bit in a dry pan before adding the liquid to give it a nutty undertone. We showed how to cook basic millet on our blog here. We'll go through those steps again for those who missed it. The...