Millet happens to be one of my favorite grains to eat for breakfast. If it's cooked properly, it will become one of your favorite grains for breakfast too! Once I discovered this grain, it became a staple for breakfast in the morning. You can use and eat this in much the same way as a steel cut oatmeal. As with steel cut oatmeal though, you will have to pre-soak this grain and partially cook it if you don't have a half hour in the morning. I used to have to order it online as it was not available widespread in grocery stores. That is no longer a problem anymore.
You can use this in both a savory, or sweet dish. It has a mellow corn flavor and a fine texture. Millet is great in both a sweet or savory application. You can use millet in things such as a breakfast oatmeal as already mentioned, or in flatbreads, pizza dough, pilafs, polenta or pan-fried cakes. You can keep it simple and just mix it with a pat of butter. I can't wait for you to try this delectable grain. One of my favorites!