I decided to try sprouting it first, and followed these instructions from http://www.sproutpeople.com/. Their information is very useful and easy to follow.
After sprouting, I dried the millet and ground it into flour. See this post for some pictures of the process that are much better than mine!
When looking for a simple recipe to use the flour, I came across this one for Roti- a traditional Indian flatbread. It worked quite well, and I enjoyed it. I would say they most reminded me of cornbread- the flavor was similar and sweet, and the texture was also coarse (although I confess to using a small coffee grinder- we don't have room for a grain mill in the budget just yet.) I think this would make good crackers- next time I'll try baking it and see how it turns out.
So far, I'm loving trying the new way of preparing grains for optimum health. Last night I made soaked pasta which turned out well- recipe tomorrow. Also, come back later this week for more on the why of properly using grains and how to get started.