Yield: 4 Servings
The easiest way to cook grains is to rinse first in a colander under cold water until water runs clear. Then place in a fixed quantity of water (2 parts water for 1 part grain), bring to a rapid boil and lower heat to a simmer. Cover, simmer according to package directions and don't be tempted to stir. (Stirring makes a mushy end product.) This method is particularly well suited to softer grains, like quinoa. To speed cooking of hard grains like barley and wheat berries, soak several hours in cold water to cover. Then cook in a large open pot of boiling water, (see package directions). Then check out our recipes for some great grain-and-veggie combinations.
[mcrecipe archive 15 oc 96 PATh] Recipe By : Steven Raichlen for Prevention (Oct/96) From: Path <phannema@...> Date: Tue, 15 Oct 1996 13:29:28 ~0700 (