You can cook millet as you would cook rice. Before cooking, you can soak it in water first and drain it to make the millet easier to digest.
If you toast dry millet in a skillet over high heat before cooking it with water, you enhance its flavors!
The easiest and most straightforward method is to cook it straight from the package, using a ratio of 1:2 (one part millet, two parts water). Season the millet with salt or vegetable broth while cooking to enhance the flavors!
Bring the water with the millet to a boil, then reduce the heat and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes.
Fluff the cooked millet with a fork if you like, then serve as a side or use it for any of the recipes down below in the article!