The Fastest Supergrain Recipes for Busy Cooks
We never knew quinoa or farro—plus three more healthy grains—could taste so good (or cook in 30 minutes or less!).
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An Italian Main Course That Isn't Pasta
Farro is popular in Italy, and the chewy, barley-like grain is rich in vitamins B and E, as well as magnesium, which can relieve tension and cramps
. In this easy dish, its mild flavor and crunchy texture are coated with a luscious dressing made from artichoke hearts, lemon and Parmesan.
Get the recipe: Farro Salad with Creamy Artichoke Dressing