Farro is an ancient grain that works wonders in salads, soups and more. Find easy and inventive farro recipes here.
This simple recipe is both filling and warming. You can also make it in a pressure cooker in about 25 minutes.
A deliciously fresh and healthy farro salad. Whole grain farro is cooked till tender, then combined with fresh veg and plenty of olive oil.
Chewy farro combines with the typical ingredients for a Greek salad for a yummy picnic dish or packed lunch. Instead of farro you could use wholegrain spelt or wheatberries.
A truly Italian autumn soup made of farro (aka pearl spelt), porcini mushrooms and chestnuts. It also calls for speck, a cured meat typical of Alto Adige and Austria. But you can easily replace it with prosciutto or bacon if you can't find it.
A warming and hearty soup that's full of flavour and really fills you up thanks to the farro, which is an ancient form of wheat. I took inspiration from an Italian recipe on this site, tweaking substantially to fit what I had to hand. The result was delicious!
This delicious vegetarian salad is packed with protein, vitamins and fibre. Cooked quinoa, couscous and farro are tossed with vegetables, feta cheese and a simple lemon dressing.
Warm farro salad with feta cheese and delicious dark green kale is a quick and easy salad. Leftovers will be perfect for a packed lunch the next day!
The nutty flavour of farro grains balances with the salty Parmesan and tart cranberries in this tasty salad. Plan ahead, as the farro needs to soak overnight. It's a lovely salad for picnics.
This is a complete meal in a bowl: farro and sausage are served over a smooth vegetable soup made from butternut squash, potato and leeks. Perfect for a blustery evening!
This Greek-style salad made with farro, an ancient grain, is a nice alternative to pasta salad. Farro doesn't get as soggy and holds the dressing very well. This is great served with grilled lamb or chicken. Add black olives or fresh herbs if you like!