Farro Yum

This is an incredibly easy but super delicious dinner that is filling and full of nutrients. You make this really the same way you make fried rice or quinoa. Cook the farro in a separate pot while you toast the almonds pine nuts on a pan with a dash of extra virgin olive oil. Once these have been toasted warm put them aside for later. Then you cook your egg, beans and veggies (spinach and tomatoes). By the time this is done the farro should be close to done. To finish off the cooking all everything together in the pan. All the farro, spinach, tomato, egg, beans and nuts. Then drizzle the garlic powder and thyme into the mix. This combines all of the ingredients together and warms it all up. Top it all off by adding a dash of parmigiano for flavor. 

This is super tasty while also being healthy but it's also important to note that this is not gluten free because of the farro. If you do want to make this gluten free you can easily replace the farro with quinoa or other gluten free options. Being gluten free by choice I do occasionally eat whole wheat products because they are filled with important nutrients that I do sometimes miss out on, due to not eating a lot of meat. So if you are gluten free by choice (and are flexible about this dietary choice) I do recommend this dinner. 

Ingredients: (1 Serving)

  1. 1/4 cup farro
  2. Handful spinach
  3. Handful grape tomatoes
  4. 1 egg
  5. 1/2 cup white beans
  6. Handful of pine nuts and almonds 
  7. Dash of garlic powder 
  8. Dash of thyme