Go with the grain for this simple, filling farro salad, which works just as well with meat or fish. 1. Bring a pot of salted water to the boil, pour in the farro and cook for 10-20 minutes or until just tender. Drain and spread out on a tray to cool. 2. Put the farro in a bowl and add all the remaining ingredients except for the extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice and seasoning. Mix well, add the dressing and mix thoroughly. Check seasoning. 3.
This pork dish makes a great shared meal – just add steamed greens and a bowl of rice. The blood orange granita will go with any fruit, but is particularly fine with strawberries. Serves 4 as a share dish with rice and greens1. Heat a wok until smoking. Set aside 3 tablespoons of peanut oil for stir-frying, then add the remaining oil to the wok. When smoking hot, deep-fry the pork pieces until golden brown, about 1-2 minutes per batch, then set aside. Drain the oil, strain and reserve for future use.
Wok on by to these two Asian-inspired dishes: both the seafood omelette and succulent lamb stir-fry are easy to prepare – so make for the perfect quick bite. 1. Place the mussels in a pot with a tight-fitting lid, then place over high heat; the mussels will drop some juices and steam open. Don't overcook – pull the mussels out as they open. Drain the juice (you can discard or freeze for other uses) and remove all the mussels from their shells. 2.
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