Millet porridge with cinnamon

Millet porridge with cinnamon

Ingredients
Millet 80, 230 milk, butter and sugar 15 cinnamon powder 1.

Millet to sort and wash. Then fill in the rump with boiling milk dishes, add butter and sugar (1/3 of normal), and salt and cooking porridge dish lid closed at gentle reflux for 1.5 hours.

When applying butter heated while stirring to until all the moisture is evaporated, and the oil will not get a light brown color. Pour this hot porridge with oil and sprinkle with sugar mixed with cinnamon.

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19 Comments Add yours

  1. Candace Kage says:

    I have millet and all the rest so will be testing this out.

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  2. My mom used to make porridge all the time when I was a kid and it's something I love to eat. This version is totally different from the kind I used to eat but sounds 1000000 times better. Uhhh sorry mom. Great recipe as always =]

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  3. Aish says:

    Wow!! Loved reading your post.

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  4. I love millet. Breakfast tomorrow! 🙂

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  5. Interesting recipe! I don't think I've ever had millet…I can't recall…but this looks like delicious recipe to try out!

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  6. I've never tried millet before. This sounds interesting. Might be a good option to accompany nursery rhymes with my little that mention porridge.

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  7. In my opinion, cinnamon makes everything so much tastier. I have never had millet!

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  8. I've been wanting to try porridge for awhile now! Saving for later! 🙂

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  9. Cori Large says:

    Never had millet before. I don't know if I can get it where I live, but the ingredients list sound yummy.

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  10. Jenny Berk says:

    so interesting! I have never thought to use millet before.

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  11. Never tried millet porridge. Will definitely get some!

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  12. Dave Rowley says:

    Sounds like a great breakfast dish!

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  13. Rosana says:

    I bought Millet before and only cooked once. I will try this recipe R

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  14. Jazmin Moore says:

    Wow this looks really good! I'll have to try this next time I cook!

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  15. Rachel King says:

    I have millet that's been sitting in my cabinet forever and never knew what to do with it. Thanks for this! Although I am very confused by the layout of this recipe and what “millet 80, 230 milk…” means. Could you possibly update this with actual measurements or tell us how you're measuring? I couldn't follow this as it is written unfortunately..

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  16. Paola Cioppi says:

    I have never had millet before. I am curious to give it a try now!

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  17. Sorry, you right, it is not clear. The layouts accompanying recipes of this publication, and given a set number of products in grams net weight (net) on one portion or 1 kg, or 100 pieces of finished products. Tab 'About' in top menubar 🙂

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  18. I always thought of millet as bird feed. This is interesting.

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