This plant food can provide you with 11 grams of fiber. Unlike most cereals, Faro is high in protein and very easy for the body to digest. Therefore, the absorption of nutrients in it is easy.
For 4 people
Preparation time: 25 minutes
Start time to completion: 30 minutes
A measure of Faro
Two cups of chicken broth
One-half teaspoon of salt
453 grams of Brussels sprouts
Three quarters of a cabbage leaf
Two large shallots
Two small chopped beets
Two tablespoons of balsamic vinegar
One-half cup of walnuts
A tablespoon of maple sap
56 grams of feta cheese
Black pepper (optional)
In a small bowl, add the Faro, chicken broth and a quarter teaspoon of salt and bring to a boil. Turn down the heat and let the mixture cook according to the instructions.
While the faro is cooking, chop the beets. Then slice the Brussels sprouts and set aside.
Heat the oil in a frying pan over medium heat, add the Brussels sprouts and the rest of the salt and let it heat for 5 minutes. Add the shallots and heat for another three minutes. Add cabbage, a tablespoon of vinegar and a pinch of salt and cook. Transfer these ingredients to the desired container.
In the same bowl, add the walnuts and cook for two minutes, stirring at the same time. Add the sap and the rest of the balsamic vinegar and cook for 30 seconds. Put Faro in a vegetable plate and cover it with walnuts, beets and feta cheese. If you like, sprinkle some black pepper on it.
Instead of Faro, you can use quinoa, black rice, millet or buckwheat.
Instead of Brussels sprouts and kale, you can use spinach, shallots, dried tomatoes. Instead of beets, you can use black olives. You can remove the maple sap and add fresh basil leaves.
You can use carrots instead of Brussels sprouts and kale. Use fresh portions of Portugal instead of beets.