Gluten-Free Sweet White Sorghum Grain
Whole sorghum grain—with its dense, chewy texture—makes the perfect gluten-free substitute for couscous, bulgur, and/or pearled barley in soups and side dishes. It can also be popped like popcorn for a hearty, nutty-tasting snack. One serving of raw sorghum offers four grams of protein and three grams of dietary fiber.
How to Cook White Sorghum
Rinse one cup sorghum grain. Place in a pot with three cups water or stock. Bring to a boil; cover, reduce heat and simmer until tender, 50-60 minutes. Drain excess liquid.
My only complaint is it’s a 1lb. Bag! Otherwise it’s a great product! Nice fresh grain!Carla, Pennsauken, NJ
I haven't tried anything else yet, but the Sorghum is good! I can't wait to make muffins with my new flour!!!Nancy, grass lake, MI
The sorghum I use to make cookies. It adds a lovely sweetness all it's own. And I absolutely love that nuts sells these hard to find grains in one pound increments.Lee, Quincy, MA
My version of pop corn. Love it. Mill it too to add to other dishes.Janet, Saint Regis, MT
Whole grain sorghum Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 34g (~1.2 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||10|