How to Cook Millet: 4 Millet Recipes
Written by MasterClass
Last updated: Sep 29, 2021 • 6 min read
For thousands of years, humans have harvested the grains and seeds of grasses and cereal plants for sustenance, like amaranth, einkorn, barley, buckwheat, teff, and bulgur. For a third of the world, the ancient grain millet is a staple food and an important source of nutrition. These grass seeds are one of the hardiest grains, able to grow and thrive in hot, dry climates. Once overlooked in the United States, millet consumption is on the rise thanks to its nutritional value.