Farro Porridge with Pecans & Currants Recipe
Enjoy a warm, hearty and healthy farro porridge to help kick start your busy day! Our talented board member Jillena Hernandez created this recipe for her blog Eat Well, Live Free. Top your porridge with your choice of fruits, spices and nuts to enliven your breakfast. Experiment with different ingredients in your fridge and pantry to combine various textures and flavors.
Farro porridge with pecans and currants recipe
- 1 1/2 c farro
- 1 1/2 c soy milk or almond milk
- 1 tsp good vanilla extract (Spend the money and get the good stuff, you will never turn back!)
- 1 pear
Bring 2 quarts of water to a boil. Add the farro and boil until slightly aldente, approximately 20 minutes. Drain and return to the pot. Simmer in the soy milk until tender and plump. I like to boil the grain in water first, frankly, because I want the grain to first absorb a lot of water for calorie purposes. By finishing the grains off with simmering in soy milk, it will absorb less milk. My general rule is that if it takes more than 15 minutes to cook, I use this method. Otherwise, I start from the beginning with milk.
When the porridge is ready, stir in the vanilla, and top with pear slices, pecans and currants.
- maple syrup!
- almonds (toasted or raw)
- orange slices
- apple slices
- wheat germ
- flax seed
Recipe by Jillena Hernandez
Photo courtesy Eat Well, Live Free
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