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Millet Dehulled

Millet Dehulled

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Millets are a group of cereal grains that belong to the Poaceae family, commonly known as the grass family. It's widely consumed in developing countries throughout Africa and Asia. While it may look like a seed, millet's nutritional profile is similar to that of sorghum and other cereals

Dehulled Millet is a tasty grain with a slightly sweet & nutty flavour. This highly nutritious grain is gluten free and non acid-forming, which makes it easy to digest. Dehulled Millet is most commonly used in cooked cereals & baked goods.

Millet promotes a healthy digestive system

Millet contains fiber, which contributes to digestive health and helps to regulate bowel movements.

Millet also has prebiotics, which stimulate the growth of probiotics within the microbiome. This is important for gut health and the immune system in general.

Millet is very helpfulTrusted Source for people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance because it is gluten-free. People with celiac disease can eat this grain, which is nutrient-rich and high in protein and fiber, without risk of discomfort.

Use millet successfully in:

  • Baking
  • Stews
  • Soups
  • Cereals
  • Salads
  • A side dish as a rice replacement

Recipe suggestions

  • Toasted millet tabouli: Toast grains in a sauté pan until light golden brown. Cook with water or stock. Fluff with a fork. Add diced tomato, cucumber, onion, chopped fresh mint, oregano, and parsley. Mix with olive oil and season.
  • Super simple millet pilaf: Add millet and toast it until it is golden and gives off a nutty aroma. Cook grains with chopped carrots, and onion. Add sea salt and water to the pan. Bring the millet to a boil, cover, and reduce the heat to a simmer. Cook the pilaf for 30 minutes and let it stand.
  • Polenta-style millet: Mix millet and broth. The millet is done when the water has fully absorbed. Preparing millet with more water gives it a consistency like porridge for breakfast as a substitute for oatmeal. People can then cool, slice, and sautée the millet like polenta.
  • Millet muffins: A person can also combine millet with flour, baking powder, baking soda, eggs, milk, vanilla extract, butter, and brown sugar to make muffins.
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