Millet soup

Harira dial illane

Original name

Harira dial illane
"Illane" in moroccan dialect, millet seeds (or millet) in english is a calcium-rich grass whose consumption is recommended for people who have suffered fractures.
Millet, or "illane" in Morocco, is a cereal that is very rich in calcium and other minerals known to strengthen bones.xa0In soup during winter, this recipe is also as delicious as it is beneficial.
In Morocco, millet (millet seed) is grown in the South of the country, especially in the region of Ouarzazate.xa0As a true source of magnesium, phosphorus and zinc, this grass is so rich in vitamins that it can replace most cereals.xa0In fact, it is often recommended to people who have suffered fractures to regenerate the bones and is also often consumed to preserve the strength of the skeleton which becomes fragile with age.
To prepare the illane soup, use the grains or the flour of millet at your choice to preferably cook over low heat, with water, garlic and milk.xa0Season it and serve it preferably hot!
The result is a very tasty creaminess with a slightly salty taste that characterizes this dish with high nutritional value.
In the local culture - For everyday
Season - Autumn
- Winter
Special occasion - Ramadan
SpicyVery slightly spicy
How to eat it - With Mghorfa
- With a spoon
Caloric valueLight
Temperature - Hot
- Room temperature
Vegetarian , Vegan
Allergy - Contains lactose (milk)
Difficulty of preparationEasy
Cooked - Raw - Cooked
Outils de préparration - Pressure cooker or pot

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