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Friday, May 9, 2014

Farro with Sardines and Tomatoes

 Flipping through cookbooks, trying to find ones to bury to make room for new ones, saw an interesting recipe using farro from Lidia's Italy. To some extent it was a farro risotto cause the farro was pretty starchy. Good stuff.

Farro al tonno e pomodoro (she used canned tuna, not sardines)
2c farro
4c seafood stock
2 bay leaves
salt
olive oil
garlic
chili flakes
28 oz can tomatoes
beet greens
2 cans sardines
fresh parsley

cook the farro in stock with salt and bay leaves (takes ~40 min)
saute garlic and chili, add tomatoes and beet greens, cook ~10 min, add sardines
add farro to tomato mix, stir in parsley

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