Sorghum packs healthy benefits in every grain. The super grain is high in protein, rich in antioxidants and naturally gluten-free. Plus, whole grain sorghum helps keep you fuller longer and provides beneficial dietary fiber for digestive health.
Sorghum grain can be served like rice or quinoa. You can prepare sorghum as a delicious side dish or as the base for a main meal. Try sorghum for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even snacks your whole family will love.
The grain is easy to cook using your oven, stovetop, slow cooker or rice cooker. Sorghum can even be frozen and then reheated without losing its great taste.
Forms of Sorghum
Several varieties of sorghum grow in the U.S., but tan or white food-grade sorghum is most commonly used in the food industry. Take a look at the many fabulous forms of sorghum you can use for your cooking and baking needs.