So for this first one, we picked steak for the protein, farro for the whole grain (and if you have never had farro, oh my goodness. It’s my favorite whole grain EVER), roasted tomatoes and sweet onions for the veggie, romaine for the greens, and capers and toasted pumpkin seeds for garnish. I drizzled the whole thing with a little balsamic vinaigrette and served it up.
And let’s just say, the One Bowl Supper Experiment got off to a roaring good start. It was warm and cool and crunchy and chewy and healthy and delicious and INTERESTING. It was also a fabulous way to use up some leftover steak, romaine, onions and cherry tomatoes. The only thing I made up special for this was the farro (and if you don’t have a good source of farro, brown rice or barley would work just fine). So needless to say, we’ll be continuing on with our weekly one bowl suppers, and I’ll be posting our very favorite creations here from time to time.
Along with my usual bacon creations, of course. Just in case you were worried.
All amounts are approximate - and so are the ingredients! Feel free to substitute in your own choices for the grains, the garnishes and so on.