Top Rated Millet Recipes

Cranberry is the secret ingredient to any wow-worthy stuffing. This gluten-free take on the classic side dish will be an instant Thanksgiving hit. Recipe courtesy of Little Northern Bakehouse
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This recipe is packed with the traditional flavors of stuffing, like sage, thyme and broth, but it's completely vegan and gluten-free. If you're attending a holiday potluck and you're unsure of dietary restrictions, this is the best recipe to bring. Recipe courtesy of Snixy Kitchen 
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Quinoa veggie burger
These veggie burgers come together in a jiffy. While they are best cooked in a pan, you could always give them a little precook then reheat on the grill if you’d like to bring them to a barbecue.Recipe courtesy of Making Thyme for Health.
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Cinnamon-Scented Millet with Grilled Summer Vegetables
If you're a fan of couscous, then you might like this healthy summer vegetable whole-grain pilaf. Millet is a grain that cooks up nice and dry like couscous but with a chewier texture. Many historians point to its origins in China, where millet was used to make flour for noodles. Unlike many whole grains, millet cooks quickly, in 20 minutes or less. The dressing for this recipe has a touch of honey in it; it's not cloying or candy-like in its flavors as honey-based dressings can sometimes become. Instead, it delivers a subtle sweetness to the pilaf that doesn't mask the naturally smoky flavor of the grilled vegetables. Click here to see Quinoa and Beyond: 7 Great Recipes.
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Quinoa veggie burgers
These falafel-style quinoa veggie burgers are full of Middle Eastern flavors. They also freeze really well if you just want to have a homemade burger option on hand for when your vegan friends come to visit. Recipe courtesy of Feed Me Phoebe.
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