Millet and cauliflower croquettes with anchovies

The recipe to prepare tasty millet and cauliflower croquettes with anchovies and a crunchy topping of sesame seeds.


Ingredients for millet and cauliflower croquettes with anchovies

100 g of millet
200 g of cauliflower
40 g of anchovies
20 g of raisins
20 g of pine nuts
sesame oil
sesame seeds

millet and cauliflower croquettes
Ingredients for preparing millet and cauliflower croquettes © Laura La Monaca


Clean the cauliflower and steam it. Toast the millet, add 300 ml of water and cook over low heat for about 20 minutes, until the water is completely absorbed.

millet and cauliflower croquettes
Cook the cauliflower and millet. Combine them with the other ingredients and form a few croquettes © Laura La Monaca

Once these two ingredients are cooked, thinly cut the cauliflower and combine it to the millet. Then add the anchovies, raisins and pine nuts. Salt and add a spoon of sesame oil if necessary.

millet croquettes
Roll the croquettes in sesame seeds © Laura La Monaca

Form a few croquettes, roll them in sesame seeds and bake in preheated oven at 150°C for about 10 minutes, until the millet is golden brown. Serve warm.

millet croquettes
Bake in preheated oven at 150°C for about 10 minutes, until the millet is golden brown © Laura La Monaca

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