Its very simple to cook. You just bring it to the boil with twice as much water and simmer until cooked. Just like cooking quinoa! I used 1 cup as the recipe stated and it made a LOT. So next time I'd probably halve the recipe.
I thought it was a lovely dish! It's creamy and nourishing, great for this freeeezing weather! And I really liked the texture of the cauliflower and onion too. Best to serve as I side I think, as a substitute for mashed potato etc.
I just decided to have some for lunch yesterday with some broccoli.
And I also had some today for lunch with roasted potatoes, red onion, garlic and carrots.
Yum! As you can see I'm loving veges at the moment!
Here's a link to the recipe :)
This is the first recipe I've made with millet and to be honest I'm not sure what else to do with it! I suppose it could be used just like cous cous, pasta, rice or quinoa. Or added in soups? Does anyone cook with millet or have a recipe for it?
Speaking of grains, I've been also loving eating porridge in the morning! I decided the other day to have some stewed apples and berries with it too. However I think I added to much water to the pot of fruit as they was quite a lot of liquid. Maybe I should try just heating the fruit without liquid. Any suggestions? Thanks :)
And here's some music for your weekend! It's from the Middles East's new album "I want that you are always happy". Really enjoying their songs at the moment :)
Have a nice weekend!!! I'm going to go make some muffins. See you soon ;)