Serve with thick slices of whole-wheat bread, fried eggs and olive oil (optional: add prosciutto and parmigiano reggiano) to make absolutely delicious breakfast!
An Italian wheat grain, farro is chewy and tender like barley but with a milder flavor. Pearled or cracked farro cooks much faster than whole regular farro, and it doesn't require soaking before it's made.
This dish can be made in advance, even frozen, for a quick reheat for breakfast or any time of the day. It includes protein and lots of vegetables. You can make two at a time to prep breakfasts for a couple of weeks!
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