I've often noted that millet is an under-appreciated grain. And that's strange, because it has a unique and nutty texture that is a bit lighter than rice and a fine accompaniment to any meal requiring a grain side. In addition, it works well as part of a main entrée too.
A substantial meal accompaniment, chickpea flour, spinach, carrot and spice shine along with the millet in these Indian crêpes.
I served them up with a mushroom curry for dinner.
|Millet and Chickpea Flour Crêpes with Spinach|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on January 20, 2015
Quick and easy, these soft thin savory Indian pancakes are made from a hearty millet, spinach and vegetable batter
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Other Indian quick breads you may enjoy:
Fenugreek Leaf Dosa
Sri Lankan Coconut Roti
Makki Di Roti (Griddle Cooked Corn Bread)
Indian Rice Flour Pancakes
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