Millet is a gluten free grain with a deliciously nutty, mild flavour. It's used all over the world as flour for flatbreads, such as roti and injeera, and whole as a pilaf. Millet is highly versatile and can be added to everything from porridge to cookies.
This is a traditional Ethiopia flatbread cooked in a frying pan. It is usually made with teff flour, a very finely milled flour made from the seeds of teff grass. Millet flour from a health food shop will work fine, however. It's a delicious bread for serving with stews or tagines.
Looking to make your own gluten free flour? This is my best recipe and works wonders! It makes roughly 1kg of plain gluten free flour. A tightly sealed container is a must if you are not going to use this blend straightaway.
This bread is also known as Bible Bread or Fasting Bread, and is the bread that Ezekiel lived off of while he was in the desert for two years. This version contains cooked lentils and several wholegrain flours. You may have to visit a health food shop or go online to find some of these ingredients. It's a highly nutritious bread and this recipe makes 4 loaves.
Millet, black beans and tomatoes are stuffed into green or red peppers, and then baked in the microwave. These vegetarian stuffed peppers are easy to make and are also gluten free!
A lightly sweetened, healthy wholegrain muffin. You can buy millet flour in Asian or health food shops.
Bright green spinach and golden apricots add rich colour and flavour to this easy grain and vegetable side dish. Serve it instead of potatoes or rice, with stews and casseroles that have plenty of sauce.
These savoury Chinese pancakes, or Jian Bing, are simple to make and exceptionally delicious. Fun for a change of pace at suppertime, or for a dinner party.
These juicy harissa spiced pork meatballs are served on a bed of sauteed aubergine & tomato sauce. Serves: 2 | Cook Time: 30 mins | Calories: 497 | Type: Gluten-Free
Olive it! was created to celebrate olives and help inspire you to try our delicious olive recipes and get cooking with this wonderfully versatile fruit.
A blend of sorghum flour, millet flour and tapioca flour is used to makes these buttery gluten free scones.