Green millet porridge

Green millet, also known as green pearl rice, is a rare national treasure of Kanto. It was once the best tribute to the Qing court. Beautiful color, rich nutrition and rich fragrance. It contains 12.8% protein and 300 mg /100g amino acid content, which is 2.4 times that of rice. The content of vitamin B1 is 23.9% higher than that of wheat and 83.8% higher than that of corn, which is 1.2 times higher than that of sorghum rice. The iron content ranks first among five kinds of grains, and the edible cellulose is 5 times that of rice. It contains 18 kinds of amino acids and organic selenium. Protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, etc. are higher than ordinary millet. This nutritious millet is boiled into porridge, and then served with a boiled egg, it is both nourishing and nutritious.

Green millet, also known as green pearl rice, is a rare national treasure of Kanto. It was once the best tribute to the Qing court. Beautiful color, rich nutrition and rich fragrance. It contains 12.8% protein and 300 mg /100g amino acid content, which is 2.4 times that of rice. The content of vitamin B1 is 23.9% higher than that of wheat and 83.8% higher than that of corn, which is 1.2 times higher than that of sorghum rice. The iron content ranks first among five kinds of grains, and the edible cellulose is 5 times that of rice. It contains 18 kinds of amino acids and organic selenium. Protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, etc. are higher than ordinary millet. This nutritious millet is boiled into porridge, and then served with a boiled egg, it is both nourishing and nutritious.

Material

Green millet 50g /person
egg

Put green millet in a small non-stick skillet, add water to high heat and bring to a boil, adjust to low heat and simmer for about 20 minutes.

Eggs are cooked and peeled and cut in half.

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