1. In a large bowl, take the millet flour.
2. Using your hand, dampen flour with water to make a dough.
3. Shape them into small size balls and leave it aside in room temperature for 10 mins. Your couscous is ready.
4. Next, using a steamer, steam the couscous for 25 minutes.
5. Remove it from the steamer, add some butter and allow it to cool down.
6. Next, add the vanilla extract and sugar to the buttermilk.
7. Place the Thiacry in an individual serving bowl and pour the sweetened buttermilk. Serve hot.
When you need a scrummy option for fuss-free midweek entertaining, opt for thiacry or steamed millet couscous. Ready in 30 minutes or less, this Senegalese treat makes for a great lunchbox filler or a cozy weeknight meal. Try making it once in your kitchen and it’s like to be a family favorite! Watch this video to learn how to perfect this exotic dish.
Senegalese Thiacry — Steamed Millet Couscous Recipe Video