Mild-tasting millet makes a handy alternative to rice. It's delicious made into Indian-style pilaffs, congee-style soups, and salads, but benefits from being lightly toasted before boiling. Raw millet is often kneaded into multigrain bread doughs for an attractive look and pleasant crunch. Millet flakes can be made into porridge or added to muesli. Millet flour is available and is sometimes also made into pasta.
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