Millet can be cooked in many ways. I want them to show you the quickest and easiest recipe. Some recommend soaking and rinsing the porridge under hot and cold water. In my opinion, it is superfluous. See how to cook loose millet. It will be powdery even the second day, if you do more and leave it in the fridge.
Step by step recipe for loose millet
- You need a pot with a lid
- Measure out a portion of millet straight from the package, e.g. one glass
- Pour into a pot and roast the groats over medium heat for a few minutes, stirring constantly
- When you feel the smell of millet in the kitchen and the sound of popcorn popping, it means that the groats will be ready soon
- Add a pinch of Himalayan salt
- Prepare water in a proportion of 2: 1 (2 glasses of water for each glass of groats)
- Pour the millet with water and bring it to a boil
- Once the water is boiling, replace the lid and reduce the power to minimum. Just to keep the water gently boiling
- Boil the porridge for 15 minutes
- After 15 minutes, the millet will be loose
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