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Farro Hash
A creative side for Easter Sunday, this dish mixes a blend of fresh spring ingredients that will make your table seasonal and tasty. For more delicious Easter Dinner Ideas, click here! From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner,dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.
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Farro Hash
A creative side for Easter Sunday, this dish mixes a blend of fresh spring ingredients that will make your table seasonal and tasty. For more delicious Easter Dinner Ideas, click here! From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner,dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.
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For a dish rich in whole grains, try this warm farro salad with tender butternut squash. Click here to see 10 Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes
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Farro and Feta-Stuffed Peppers
A filling vegetarian main dish, these peppers are stuffed with farro, chickpeas, cranberries, and feta, and then cooked in apple cider. Use the cooking liquid to make a delicious apple cider reduction to drizzle on the stuffed peppers. This recipe comes from the Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook Fifth Edition.
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stuffed peppers
Colorful bell peppers are stuffed with a savory filling featuring sweet Italian sausage, onion, farro, kale, and panko bread crumbs. They're hearty and delicious, and you can make them ahead of time and just pop them in the oven when it's convenient.If you love kale then you should also try making kale smoothies. Trust us you’ll want to drink these.
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  I wanted to make good use of my tomatoes and herbs, but didn't want to make the same old pasta dish, so after some thought I decided to make stuffed tomatoes. What to stuff them with, though? I picked farro because I had some in the pantry and also because I thought it would be a good, healthy choice. I was right. They turned out great, light and refreshing. 
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Farro with Chicken and Chanterelle Ragù
Farro's nutty flavor is accentuated when toasted lightly in olive oil, and it is the perfect match for the earthy, delicate flavors of chanterelle mushrooms in this elegant yet easy main dish. Serve with a simple arugula salad dressed with lemon juice and extra-virgin olive oil to start. Click here to see A Pasta Cookbook for All Seasons.
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Farro Pasta
Coming from a Barese family, eating broccoli rabe is non-negiotable — it's a staple. In my grandmother's town of Adelfia in Bari, Italy, the cousin of spinach and the sister to broccoli was on the table quite often. What wasn't on the table ever? Farro. Though an Italian grain, it never existed in our lives until I introduced it recently. Now, when blended with the familiar verde, hearty crumbed walnuts, and sharp Parmagiano, it is welcomed with a smile. 
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Farro with Artichokes and Herb Salad
When he makes this farro dish at Cleveland's Greenhouse Tavern, Jonathon Sawyer poaches the artichokes in white wine, then uses the leftover artichoke poaching liquid to cook the farro. Trimming and poaching fresh artichokes is laborious; jarred marinated ones make quick work of this salad recipe. The farro simmers in store-bought chicken broth. Click here to see the Chefs' Favorite At-Home Recipes story.
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Farro with Sweet Peas and Ricotta
It’s not easy to make whole grains taste light, or look sophisticated. Yet, they’re so satisfying — not to mention, good for us — that it’s certainly worth giving it a try. As far as whole grains go, farro has been stealing the spotlight lately. Mostly grown in Italy, farro actually refers to several kinds of wheat — including emmer, einkorn, and spelt — which have been cultivated in Europe since ancient times. The most commonly grown wheat in Italy, and the one you’ll most likely end up buying, is emmer. It’s a fairly large grain, with a lovely nutty flavor and a pleasing, chewy texture. Emmer is best cooked in plenty of water until fluffed up but still al dente. In this recipe, this fashionable grain is served with crunchy sweet peas and creamy ricotta (ideally, homemade!). The fresh herbs and lemony vinaigrette further brighten the flavors, making this dish as light and yummy as any whole grain could possibly taste. Serve this quintessential spring dish as a salad, or as a main course, with these Carrots and Fennel Braised with Orange Zest and Honey. Either way, dig into this wholesome-yet-delicious bowl of farro. You’ll be glad you did!
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Farro with Tomatoes and Tuna
Acclaimed chef and food icon Lidia Bastianich offers her recipe for Italian-style farro.  Click here to see 15 Easy Fish Recipes for Summer.
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This side dish is a healthy version of risotto — no cream is added, but the chicken stock and melted butter come together to create a light creaminess that works beautifully with the hearty grain.
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