Chive Farro

Ancient grains are becoming more popular and because of that, consumers are demanding more uses for them. After all, most of us know what to do with wheat bread, rice and pasta, right? But what about farro? Farro is one of the first whole grains ever domesticated and is popular in Ethiopian cuisine in the form of a flatbread. It can also be found milled into tortillas or eaten alone with delicious spices as found in this recipe. So get some whole grains, and lots of fiber today with a side dish of Chive Farro!

1 tbsp Extra virgin olive oil
1 cup Sweet onion (small dice)
2 tsp Fresh garlic (finely chopped)
2 cups Cooked farro
2 tbsp Fresh chives (finely diced)

In 12-inch sauté pan add and heat oil, then add onions salt and pepper. Sauté until onions become translucent, about 5 minutes.

Add garlic and sauté one minute, then add farro and chives and sauté until thoroughly heated and serve.