In the Kitchen
Recipe courtesy of Solana Nolfo, founder ofView the Recipe
Barley doesn’t exactly get a lot of culinary fanfare.
The oft-forgotten grain is best know for playing a supporting role in soups like Mushroom Barley and Chicken Barley.
Its texture, though, kind of reminds us of oats more than rice, so it makes sense that it works as a breakfast ingredient.
Try this recipe when you’ve had your fill of oatmeal and overnight oats for a while. Speaking of filling, it’s packed with fiber, so you won’t be hungry again at 10:00 a.m.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Salad for breakfast? Why not? This colorful, delicious breakfast bowl will make you spring out of bed in the morning thanks to the protein from ricotta cheese and a fresh vitamin C-infusion from oranges. Fiber-rich barley will keep you feeling satisfied, and cinnamon’s health benefits are too vast to even detail. Buh-bye, cereal.