Millet is a small cereal grain, of characteristic yellow color. The millet grain is rich in starch and one of the richest food sources of minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorus and silicon. Also contains vitamins of groups A and B. Millet is considered less fattening than wheat and has less calorific value than oats. This grain is easy to digest, it has considerable lecithin and choline content.
Here we share delicious recipes. It is recommended that you use organic millet , if not, before using millet you need to wash it thoroughly with cold water, strain several times until the water is free of dust and debris. After several washes, you can drain and leave to drain properly.
Serves : 4 people
Yield: 4 servings
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