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How to Pop Sorghum Grain Like Popcorn
When popping Sorghum Grain, keep in mind that approximately two-thirds of the kernels will pop. In a saucepan, add 1/2 cup canola oil. Then add 1 cup Sorghum Grain in a single layer. Cover saucepan and pop over high heat. You can flavor popped Sorghum as you would popcorn. Try sprinkling on cinnamon and sugar, salt, grated cheese, or another favorite topping. Sorghum Grain pops smaller than popcorn.
Basic Sorghum Grain Cooking Instructions
Place 1 cup Sorghum Grain and 4 cups water in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, cover, reduce heat to low, and simmer for 30 minutes.
8 Ways to Use Sorghum Grain
- Substitute Sorghum Grain for rice, pasta, or couscous.
- Make a warm or cold salad with cooked Sorghum Grain.
- Add Sorghum seeds to soups.
- Try cooked Sorghum Grain in a casserole.
- Make your own snack mix with popped Sorghum, nuts, and dried fruit.
- Substitute popped Sorghum for popcorn in any party mix.
- Eat cooked Sorghum grain as a warm breakfast cereal with milk and honey.
- Grind Sorghum Grain into flour for whole-grain baking.
It failed miserably in a hot air popper, but worked very well in a stainless pan, no oil.
We have a son with a corn allergy. We heard about sorghum popping on a social media site for people with corn allergies. My son now loves the fact that he can have popcorn again!!
this has been wonderful for my family since we found we have allergies to corn !
missed our pop corn with movies and now we have a delicious substitute
I bought sorghum because I had never tried it before and it is supposed to be very healthy! I really liked it when I cooked it in water like I would cook rice. It's a lot like Israeli couscous. I tried to pop it and that was a diaster! The kernels were super tiny and 1/2 of them burned even though I was stirring them. I watch a YouTube on how to pop them. Maybe my temperature was too high. Seeing the size of the popped kernels so small makes me just want to use the sorghum for the grain. I'll use popcorn for popcorn!