£0.91 – £5.65
10% off. BB date June 22 but still perfectly fine to eat!
Millet is gluten free grain from Asia. You can use it as you would quinoa or couscous. It makes a nice change if you want to vary your carbs throughout the week. Millet can be hard to find in the supermarkets but it’s gaining popularity. We like the clean, delicate flavour and light texture.
Cooking Instructions: Cook in a similar way to Quinoa. Rinse before use. Add 1 part millet to 2 parts water. Bring to the boil and simmer for 15-20 minutes. Too much water added during cooking or prolonging the cooking time will turn the grain in to a thick paste so be careful to keep an eye on it.
Nutritional information (typical values per 100g): Energy 1566kj/370kcal, Fat 4.0g of which Saturates 0.8g, Carbohydrate 71.0g of which sugars 0.1g, Fibre 3.0g, Protein 11.0g, Salt 0.000g
Allergens: Packed in an area that also handles nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds and gluten.
Storage: Cool and dry, away from direct light and strong odours.