Organic Millet Grains
Organic Millet Grains
Millet is a grass plant that is widely grown as a cereal crop, originating in Africa and the Indian sub-continent thousands of years ago. This Certified Organic hulled millet is grown without the use of synthetic fertilisers or pesticides, has no preservatives and is non GMO. Millet has a subtle, slightly nutty flavour and can be easily cooked so that it is light and fluffy or until deliciously creamy. Versatile and convenient millet is great for breakfast, baking, desserts and savoury recipes.
|Serving size: 50 g|
Per 100 g
|Sodium||3 mg||5 mg|
|Dietary Fibre||4.25 g||8.5 g|
Organic Millet Grain. (Foxtail variety)
Preservative Free, Non GMO.
No known Allergens. This product may contain traces of Allergens.
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How to Use:
Organic Millet can be used whole, or ground to flour, in home-baked breads, cakes and muffins. It can be added directly to soups and hotpots; or pre-cooked for salads, as a side dish in place of rice or to add to sweet and savoury recipes. Great in steamed puddings, veggie burgers, or stir fries. Millet can be lightly toasted, in a dry pan over a low heat, for extra flavour before cooking – or to sprinkle over salads. To cook, add 1 part hulled millet to 3 parts water or stock and bring to the boil. Simmer, covered for 20-25 minutes, until soft but still separate. Drain well and fluff with a fork. For a creamy texture to use as a savoury ‘mash’ or warming breakfast porridge; cook as above but stir regularly with a wooden spoon while cooking and add a little extra water if needed. Include seasoning or cinnamon and natural sweetener, as appropriate.
Store in an air tight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Refrigeration recommended in warm climates.
Up to 18 months when stored as above. See Best Before date.
Millet can be cooked so that it is light and fluffy or until deliciously creamy. It is great for breakfast, baking and desserts. Add directly to soups and hotpots; or pre-cook for salads, as a side dish in place of rice or to add to sweet and savoury recipes. Lightly toast, in a dry pan over a low heat, for extra flavour before cooking or to sprinkle over salads.