Thoroughly wash the millet until the water transparency.
In the bowl multivarki pour 1.3 ml of water (I had meat broth). We expose the mode of quenching (because the Kulesh is cooked over low heat). Add the washed millet and diced potatoes.
Cook after boiling for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, the fat (I had fresh, but I guess you and salty) finely chop and into the pan.
Heat the fat over medium heat until Golden brown. Add finely chopped onions, grated carrots and fry until soft onions. I added curry and cumin in frying.
Fry add to the millet. Also add finely chopped garlic (or through a press). Cook for another 15-20 minutes.
After 20 minutes add the finely chopped herbs, salt, pepper, allow to infuse for 10-15 minutes and you can all call to the table.
Without meat, but so satisfying and tasty! Mmmm! Bon appetit!