Top Rated Wheat Berry Recipes

Heirloom Tomato and Avocado Wheat Berry Salad
Here's one of my favorite salads to make when the weather turns hot and humid: Heirloom Tomato and Avocado Wheat Berry Salad. Super simple and delicious, refreshing, and filling. Here's a suggestion, though. Because the wheat berries take a little time to cook, make extra and store them in the refrigerator. Use them as a side dish for dinner… or to make more salad! Click here to see 15 Tastiest Heirloom Tomato Recipes.
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Golden Beets
Here’s a super easy and healthy salad with fresh roasted beets and wheat berries to keep you satisfied. If possible, find beets with the greens intact, usually at farmers markets.
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Roasted Squash and Wheat Berry Stuffing
Heart-healthy, fiber-packed wheat berries are the star ingredient in this vegetarian stuffing recipe that's loaded with good-for-you vegetables like chard, pumpkin, and zucchini. It's the perfect accompaniment to a roast turkey, ham, standing rib roast, or leg of lamb. See all squash recipes. Click here to see Christmas Dinner: It's Not Thanksgiving Anymore.
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Steak, Farro, and Arugula Salad with Meyer Lemon
Here's a quick, easy, complete meal that comes together in about half an hour. It packs protein, some greens, and whole grains all into one complete package that can serve as a weeknight dinner for two. Feel free to substitute another protein such as chicken or fish, or another whole grain, such as bulgur, whole-wheat couscous, or wheat berries. Click here for 7 Easy Spring Salad Ideas.
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Wheat Berry and Bulgur Turkey-Apple Stuffing
Here’s a healthy and satisfying take on stuffing. Feel free to either just use wheat berries or bulgur instead of the combination. Just double the amount.
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Radicchio and Wheat Berry Salad
Try this versatile and healthy salad for a light lunch or dinner. Mix and match any fruits, nuts, or veggies you like into this salad.
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Gazpacho-Style Wheat Berry Salad
Just about any tomatoes will work here: globe, plum, or even cherry tomatoes. Just make sure they have that characteristic "tomato" smell before you buy them at the grocery store. There’s no need to seed those tomatoes. If you do, you’ll inadvertently juice them a bit — and you want to retain all that juice to make the dressing. This salad gets a little watery — on purpose. The vegetables break down and release their trapped liquids, thereby making a soupy dressing, a soup/salad hybrid. Serve it in bowls. See all salad recipes. Click here to see Whole Grains Can Be Sexy, Too.
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Israeli Wheat Berry Stew
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1 cup wheat berries3 cups boiling water1/2 teaspoon saltAdd berries to boiling water. Lower to simmer. Cook until berries are tender. Otherwise, cook in microwave on High until tender. Check every two minutes for doneness.Refrigerate and add 1/2 ...
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Wheat Berry Salad
Healthy, chewy, fun-to-eat wheat berries are the base for this delicious salad recipe that you can make ahead of time for the week. Try making a batch on a relaxed Sunday afternoon for a lunch you can take to work for the next few days.
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