How to cook amaranth porridge, produced by registered dietitians. Amanranth seeds are not only high in fiber but they are a good protein source as well. If you are looking to change up your regular oatmeal breakfast routine, then check out this easy-to-make, nutritious alternative.
For the full nutritional breakdown of amanranth, read this article from dietitians – You Can Cook Amanranth Porridge.
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