Millet – composition, beneficial properties and harm

Millet – the seeds of fine-grained grass. The color of millet depends on the grade. It can be yellow, white, gray or red. The most common and edible is yellow millet. The brighter and richer the color, the tastier the meal will turn out.

Millet has gained popularity in many countries around the world, thanks to unpretentiousness. Millet can grow in almost any conditions, even in severe cold and arid climates. People have been using the beneficial properties of millet for many years. It is used as a therapeutic tool to help cope with various ailments.

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5 unusual oatmeal recipes that diversify your morning

1. Oatmeal with Zucchini

Zucchini will make your breakfast more nutritious and not high in calories (only 9 calories per ½ cup).

Ingredients:

½ cup grated zucchini

½ cup instant oatmeal

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Couscous – composition, use and recipe

Couscous is often mistaken for grain, but it refers to flour products. These are small balls made from durum wheat flour or semolina mixed with water.

There are three types of couscous:

Moroccan – small. The most common and is prepared faster than other species.

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Corn grains – the benefits and harm. Cornmeal Recipes

At the end of the last century, corn was called none other than the queen of the fields. Today it is grown, of course, not on such a scale, but, nevertheless, very actively, and not only in our region, but practically all over the world. Many wonderful products are made from this culture – corn sticks and flakes, flour, starch, canned food, etc. One of these products is corn grits. Despite the fact that it can be found in any store, it rarely enters the diet of most families, which, by the way, is in vain, because it can bring our body a lot of good.

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Breakfast for a child, part 3: 8 recipes

Rice porridge with strawberries

2 portions/ 0 h. 30 min. cooking time/ 165 Kcal / 100 g

Ingredients

Rice – 1/2 cup

Water – 1/2 cup

Milk – 1/2 cup

Vanilla sugar – 1 tbsp.

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