Lectin Free Dinner Recipe – Chinese Style With Millet Grain & Veggies

Lectin Free Dinner Recipe – Chinese Style With Millet Grain & Veggies

Dinner time – who doesn’t like Chinese style food? I am so excited to share my new delicious dinner recipe with you, which is so satisfying, nutrient rich and so delicious
This is a wonderful quick and easy dish that everyone can make once a week –  FOR DINNER OR LUNCH – Coconut amino and pomegranate molasses give it an Asian feel and that’s why I call it Chinese style.

This dish is perfect for  lectin-free diet/lifestyle, made with Gluten-free millet grain, you can also make this easy dish with sorghum grain.

Only millet and sorghum grains are lectin-gluten-free grains.  Millet grain is very satisfying and nutrient rich. 

Coconut aminos and Pomegranate molasses not sold in stores, you can order them from amazon. You can also use pomegranate molasses and coconut aminos with other dishes those are just great. Pomegranate molasses goes very well with wild caught salmon as well.

Using millet grain in your regular dinner and lunch recipes is wonderful, but do not consume it on everyday basis. Everything is good in moderation. Millet grain provides plenty of phosphorus and magnesium, millet is rich in dietary fiber, both soluble and insoluble.

How to cook millet? –  after boiling i always rinse it in cold water to wash away the starch and to make it loose, because starch makes it sticky, after rinsing in cold water just put it back into pan on slow heat, add iodized sea salt olive oil and freshly squeezed lemon juice.

Lectin Free Dinner Recipe Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup of millet grain
  • 5 table spoon of olive oil or avocado oil
  • 1 red onion
  • 5 cloves of garlic
  • 1 cup of brussels sprouts
  • 1 carrot
  • 3 pasture razed eggs or omega 3 eggs
  • iodized sea salt
  • cayenne pepper
  • coconut aminos
  • pomegranate molasses

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🌱The Healthy Lectin Free Dinner Recipe

Healthy Chinese-style millet grain elevates the taste profile of any food lover. The dish is so delicious, super quick, and nutritious that every lectin-free or non lectin free food lover loves it!

Serving for 2-3

  • Prepare 1/2 cup of millet grain as it says on the packaging – add iodized sea salt, 1/2 fresh lemon juice, and olive oil and put aside.
  • Sauté 1 red onion for 3 min, using 5 tablespoons of olive or avocado oil.
  • Add 1 cup of brussels sprouts & carrots cut into small pcs, 6 -7 tablespoons of coconut aminos, and saute for 5 min.
  • Once brussels sprouts become a little tender add scrambled eggs of 3 pasture-raised eggs or omega 3 eggs – scrambled eggs made in a separate pan.
  • Season with iodized sea salt, a pinch of cayenne pepper, serve hot with millet, drizzle with pomegranate molasses, yummy.

How to serve in the Chinese style?

Mix the sautéed veggies with scrambled eggs and coconut aminos. Coconut aminos gives Chinese food feel. Sprinkle the pomegranate molasses and serve it.

Healthy benefits of millet grain

Millet is one of the oldest cultivated grains globally and the staple food in many countries. Millet grains are used to make bread, beer, cereal, and many other lectin-free recipes.

  1. Good Digestion
  2. Cholesterol Regulation
  3. Clear up Toxins

There are many ways to keep detoxifying the body, as it accumulates toxins every day. Millet grains t keep the kidney and liver functioning properly by excreting the toxic substances from the body.

 

  1. Diabetes Management 

The Millet contains a good amount of magnesium that helps the body to produce insulin efficiently and also prevents the occurrence of diabetes. Eating millet grains keeps the blood sugar level in check. Please consume millet once or twice a week because it is a starch and starch turns to sugar, so once or twice a week it is perfect

 

  1. Cancer Prevention

The Millet with pomegranates molasses is antioxidant-rich grain containing quercetin, selenium, and pantothenic acid. These substances protect the body from producing cancerous cells.

 

  1. A Healthy Heart

Millet is a good source of fiber that helps to maintain the cholesterol in the body and keep a healthy blood flow in the vessels. Millet grains contain magnesium that regulates blood pressure and potassium act as a vasodilator.

 

  1. Prevents Anemia

The Millet is composed of wonderful ingredients that help to prevent anemia or to cope with it. The folic acid, folate, and iron present in millet grains are vital components in the formation of red blood cells.

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Manana

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