Buy the bookToasted Millet "Polenta"
may 10, 2014

This is a delicious and easy way to incorporate healthy whole grains into dinner. Millet is a good source of iron, B vitamins and calcium. It is gluten free, as is corn, the grain  of true polenta. All it takes is water, a little butter, salt, parmesan cheese and heat to transform "birdseed" (what my kids call it) into a perfectly reasonable companion for roast chicken and just about any sort of salad.

This recipe is on p. 388 of Deborah Madison's Vegetable LiteracyGive it a try and let me know what you think,  in the comment section below.

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