There are 16 hearty farro recipes that you can fall back on. It is nutty and it is filling and it is also very simple to prepare. It is great for grain bowls and also next day lunches. One of the recipes is called warm farro and mustard green salad with maple rusted acorn squash. This meal is not hard to make any many people can enjoy it along with many other amazing recipes that include farro.
- In the grain world, farro is located squarely in the middle of the “perceived health” spectrum, somewhere between the virtuousness of quinoa and the comfort of semolina pasta.
- It’s nutty and filling and easy (and quick!) to prepare, ready to fill out salads and turn roasted vegetables into square meals
- It keeps its al dente bite for days after cooking, even after it’s been tossed with nutty tahini dressings or hunks of feta, making it perfect for grain bowls, gratins, and next-day lunches.
“Farro is here to fuel your fall with these 16 recipes, from not-sad leftovers to last-minute dinners.”
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