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Make it easy to get budget-friendly, health-promoting whole grains into your life with this foolproof boiling method!
The flavors of hearty lentils and classic Italian vegetables and seasonings develop beautifully in this stew. As a bonus, slow, undisturbed cooking means the lentils soften while still maintaining their shape and wonderfully toothsome texture. Add a crisp green salad for completely delicious meal.
A wonderful harvest-season recipe in which tender veggies, fresh herbs and lemon zest complement chewy, earthy wild rice. Leftovers are perfect over a green salad for lunch.
Transform leftover stuffing into these delicious stuffing cakes. They're easy to pull together the day after a big holiday feast. Mix in leftover mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes if you like, using 1 egg for every 2 cups leftovers.
Seitan and a blend of quinoa, farro, black barley, brown rice and red lentils join forces to make healthful, vegetarian meatballs (or burgers). Try serving these wheat balls with your favorite marinara sauce for an Italian-inspired meal.
Mashed sweet potato easily binds these spiced veggie burgers made with a mixture of brown rice, sweet corn, black beans, red bell peppers and poblano peppers. Serve on a whole grain bun with your favorite condiments.
Transform the traditional mozzarella and tomato appetizer into a meal-worthy salad with the addition of pearl couscous. White balsamic vinegar and fresh basil keep things lively.
Artichokes stuffed with a lemony whole grain mixture are a seasonal treat.
Impressive, yet simple with whole grains and arame, a mild sea vegetable. Feel free to add more herbs or top with toasted sesame seeds.
This recipe combines favorite fall vegetables with one of our favorite gluten-free grains. Use both white and red quinoa for a rich autumnal color.
Start your morning right: tuck into flavorful whole grains and golden raisins simmered in spiced almondmilk and topped with fragrant, diced pear.
This also makes a terrific recipe for other small grains like quinoa or amaranth. Just be sure to adjust the cooking time so grains are tender but not mushy. Use this tasty pilaf as a bed for seared salmon or scallops.
Sweet caramelized onions and mushrooms complement the nutty, toasted flavor of kasha. Look for kasha in the bulk aisle or find it with packaged beans and grains. Serve this dish alongside roasted chicken or pork.
Lean protein, greens and whole grains all in this one-pot weeknight meal. Make sure to cut chicken and broccoli into bite-size pieces so they'll cook evenly.
This is a must-try recipe for fans of whole grains. Processing soaked KAMUT® khorasan wheat briefly in a food processor releases this chewy grain's natural creaminess and makes it a terrific base for a risotto-style main dish.
Black-eyed peas mix with cherry tomatoes, fresh basil, green onions and red leaf lettuce in this colorful, flavor-filled salad. Experiment with different whole grains; we used millet but barley or quinoa work equally well.
This affordable, healthy breakfast provides protein, whole grains and fresh fruit to help you start your morning right. Simply mix the ingredients together and refrigerate overnight. Enjoy it cold or warm the next morning.
Serve this hearty dish alongside grilled meats. Feel free to use leftover brown rice in this recipe, and other grains such as wild rice and quinoa also work well.
A purée of baby spinach folded into pearled barley pilaf combines whole grains and green vegetables in one side dish. Serve risotto-style with a sprinkle of grated Parmesan or a pat of butter.
Switching to whole grains provides more nutrients and more fiber, plus they're more filling. These things make them beneficial to overall health and weight control. It can be fun to look for products that contain the variety of whole grains now available. It can also be fun to cook with them! Here's one simple recipe for starters. Later you might find yourself experimenting with different whole-grain flours or adding nuts and seeds.