How to make Amarantole: Needed: coffee grinder or grain grinder (or amaranth flour and ground toasted sesame) amaranth grain toasted sesame seed butter honey cinnamon
Lightly toast the amaranth seed and (if needed) the sesame seed. Fill the coffee grinder up to the blades with amaranth seed and grind to flour. Do this a second time, but with a tablespoon of toasted sesame seed added. Add a dash of cinnamon. Whisk the amaranth-sesame flour mix into 2-3 cups of cold water and bring it to a boil. Add a slice of butter. Let it cool a little. Add a dollop of honey, and enjoy a delicious and nutritious hot beverage!
and if you'd like read a bit more about the history and cultural uses of Amaranth, such as how Peruvian women dancers use the red amaranth flowers as rouge, painting their cheeks, then dancing while carrying bundles of amaranth on their backs as they would a baby see this link:http://www.chetday.com/amaranth.html