Millet salad with sugar snap peas and tomatoes
Millet is not just for the birds. This tiny, round golden grain is widely cultivated in semi-arid parts of the world, where it has adapted to poor soil conditions. It has a faint nutty taste and sweetness and readily absorbs other flavors. Here, it is cooked in water infused with lemon, and tossed with sugar snaps, radishes, cherry tomatoes, and a tangy mustard vinaigrette.