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Summer Millet Risotto

Millet is one of our oldest and smallest grains. While this risotto can be made with rice, it has the advantages of offering better nutri...

by Barbara Kafka


Millet and Quinoa with Toasted Sunflower Seeds

Crunchy, nutty, toasty ... and easy! It’s always nice to have a good use for these humble, highly nutritious grains. The purpose of all t...

by Mollie Katzen and Walter Willett


Creamy Morning Millet with Apples

If you’re tired of the same old breakfast, perk up your taste buds by enjoying millet as a cereal. You can refrigerate leftovers for up ...

by Judith Finlayson


Millet-Cauliflower “Mashed Potatoes”

This is an old macrobiotic preparation, created because potatoes are a member of the nightshade family, and thus are prohibited in a macr...

by Robin Asbell


Millet Vegetable Soup

Here is a thick and comforting soup that goes down easy, warming you on a cold, winter’s day. A decorative drizzle of buttermilk at the f...

by Lorna Sass


Lamb with Millet and Mint-Cucumber Salad

For a fresh finish, accompany this millet-lamb pilaf with thinly sliced cucumbers doused in yogurt and flecked with mint-dinner and a sid...

by Lorna Sass


Soft Millet Sandwich Bread

A mellow-flavored, soft sandwich bread with a perfect golden crust, this loaf reminds me of the white bread I would long for as a child. ...

by Jennifer Katzinger


Mushroom Soup with Millet

Enhancing this soup with dried mushrooms and their soaking liquid produces a deeply flavored broth that lingers on the taste buds. A spla...

by Judith Finlayson


African Millet Salad with Corn and Peppers

Millet is an ancient african staple food, always served soft enough to eat with the fingers. In this recipe, you infuse the grains with s...

by Robin Asbell


Seven Grain Bread

Full of healthful goodness, this chewy bread includes seven grains, but there is some flexibility. If you don't have one of the grains, ...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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