Millet porridge

Millet porridge

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Ingredients for making millet porridge

  1. millet 1 cup
  2. milk 2 cups
  3. water 2 cups
  4. sugar to taste
  5. butter 100 gr
  6. salt to taste
  • Main IngredientsMillet and Wheat
  • Serving 2 servings


pan, measuring cup, plate

Cooking millet porridge:

Step 1: Step 1: Rinse the porridge.

Select dark grains and rinse in warm water until it becomes clear.

Step 2: Cook the porridge.

In a pot with plenty of water, add washed millet and cook until tender. Then drain the water through a sieve and cook already in milk until fully cooked with sugar.

Step 3: serve.

Cooking time on average 30 minutes. Add butter to a hot, ready-made cereal, so it will be even tastier. Good appetite!

Recipe Tips:

- - Choose yellow millet, then the porridge will turn out very tasty.

- - If millet has expired it begins to bitter, you can easily get rid of it if you fry it in a skillet or pour boiling water before cooking.

- - If you are cooking for a child, then use baby milk and a blender to grind millet so that the baby chews well.

- - You can add raisins, nuts or pumpkin, zest, vanilla, spices and much more to porridge.

- - There are various types of millet. Some are suitable for cereals, others for soup or baking, so you should pay attention to what cereals you buy.

- - Porridge is ideal for a diet, the secret is that you need to cook it in water without adding oil.

- - Sweets will like porridge with jam or syrup.


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