Organic Red Sorghum - 500g
Looking for diversity on your plate? Mixing your grains is one good way to enjoy different flavors, texture and nutrients too. Packed in a vacuumed resealable pack to keep the grains fresh and easy to storage.
How to Cook?
Mix with your everyday white rice to add more nutritional value.
If it's your first time, use 30 - 50g of the red sorghum for 150g of white rice.
- Rince off the glutenous millet and soak for 2 to 6 hours. Drain off the water.
- Mix with soaked white rice and cook as usual. ( no need to add extra water)
If cooking just the red sorghum, prepare 150g for 2 servings.
- Rince off the red sorghum and soak for 2 to 6 hours. Drain off the water.
- Add 300g water to the soaked red sorghum and cook in a rice cooker. ( Same as cooking white rice)
Why Red Sorghum?
Red sorghum is low in calories and contains the same polyphenols as red wine.
It is a hearty gluten-free grain and has a chewy texture that might remind you of minced meat. In fact, it is often used as an ingredient in vegan and vegetarian food preparation to replace minced meat.
Where Is It From?
Ina (伊那市, Ina-shi) is a city located in Nagano Prefecture, in central Japan. The Ina Valley in southern Nagano stretches between the Southern and Central Alps. The Ina area is off the beaten path and home to small villages, interesting events, and a splendid natural environment.
Photo credit : JNTO
Organic Red Sorghum
Country of Origin
Ina City, Nagano, Japan
Store in a cool dry place.
Nutritional Values per 100g:
Total Fat 2.6g
Saturated Fat - g
Trans Fat - g
Sugars - g