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Pasta, risotto, ravioli - humble millet parades its versatility in Delhi for G20
by Hannah Ellis-Petersen and Aakash Hassan in Delhi
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10 September 2023
On 10 September 2023 The Guardian reported:
The neglected but sustainable cereal crop is on every hotel menu in town as India's government tries to spark a global craze. As the leaders of the world's largest economies descended on Delhi this weekend, there were two things on the menu: geopolitics and millet. Having already persuaded the UN General Assembly to declare this year as 'international year of millet', on Saturday [9 Sept] the foreign leaders were treated to a specially curated summit lunch designed to show that millet is undeserving of its lowly reputation.
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...Ankur Gulati, executive chef at the Claridges hotel in Delhi, where Emmanuel Macron was staying, said that millet had been adapted into almost every element of its menu for the G20 summit guests, making the cereal difficult to avoid. Not only have the chefs made Indian breakfast specialities such as idli, dosa, poha, and puris out of ragi (finger millet), they have also cooked up millet pasta, millet risotto, millet ravioli, millet noodles, millet fried rice, and millet pad thai.
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