As you learn to incorporate more grains into your diet we encourage you to try millet. It is inexpensive, it tastes very good and is quite versatile. This millet pilaf recipe combines millet with almonds, zucchini and mushrooms.
This is one of my favorite recipes for a quick-grain. The original recipe was from Whole Foods and we just made a few modifications. If you want a vegetarian version just substitute the chicken broth with vegetable broth. You can use red onion instead of white or even substitute scallions. Sometimes we use dried cherries in place of cranberries; either adds a nice sweetn...
Apples, nuts and wheat berries make a sweet, flavorful and healthful grain salad. This is a good recipe if you are looking to add more whole grains and fiber to your diet.
“You won't miss any meat in this Hearty Lentil Spaghetti,” writes Marie Bender of Henderson, Nevada. Packed full of lentils and Italian flavors, this sauce is thick, hearty and zesty. This recipe was provided by Taste of Home Healthy Recipes.
Curried Israeli Couscous, also known as Mograbieh, is a dish made with Israeli Couscous (large pearl) cooked with raisins, bell peppers, onion and broth. To keep the dish vegetarian use vegetable broth, otherwise the chicken or beef broth add a nice flavor.
Israeli Couscou (also know as mograbieh) is an extruded pasta, similar to Italian orzo.