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Mediterranean Millet

Millet is a fantastic food to add to your diet. It is eaten as a grain, but it's actually a seed. Millet, which is gluten-free, is loaded with iron and other nutrients. This recipe has a Mediterranean flair. Together, the millet and the walnuts make a complete protein.
Eggplant, also known as aubergine, contains a lot of water. To make it tender and flavorful, you have to remove that water. But once you know the basics, you'll be cooking eggplant all the time. See below to learn how to prepare the eggplant.

Mediterranean Millet


To prepare the eggplant/aubergine for sauteeing: 1. ) Grab your eggplant and cut off the ends. 2.) Slice the eggplant to make pieces that are about 1/4". Don't stress if they're a little bigger or smaller. 3.) Lay paper towels at the bottom of a pie pan or dinner plate, and place your eggplant in a single layer on top of the paper towels. 4.) Sprinkle the eggplant lightly with sea salt (The salt draws the water and the bitterness from the eggplant). Cover the eggplant up with more paper towels.

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Andrew Graham

Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir are the best wines to pair with Mediterranean Millet.


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