Seven Whole Grains
From "pilau" to "polow" to "pilaw" to "pilaf," there are countless variations on the spelling of this Middle Eastern dish. Which is a testament to its wide-spread popularity. Along with a unique name, each culture has given pilaf their own unique spin on the recipe. Not to be outdone, we have too, blending long grain brown rice with six other grains — including barley, oats, spelt and bulgur — and spicing it up with a mixture of herbs. So what should you call it when friends from Uzbekistan suddenly drop by for dinner? Seven Grain Palov Blend. What else?
Whole Grain Parboiled Brown Rice*; Whole Grain Spelt (Wheat)*; Whole Grain Oats*; Whole Grain Barley*; Wild Rice*; Whole Grain Bulgur Wheat*; Rye Berries*; Dried Onion*; Evaporated Cane Juice*; Sea Salt; Tamari Powder* (Soybean*, Rice Flour*, Rice Maltodextrin*, Salt, Soy Lecithin*); Garlic Powder*; Tomato Powder*; Spices*; Red Bell Pepper Flakes*; Sunflower Oil*; Wine Extract*.
* = Certified Organic
Seven Grain Pilaf with Sautéed Mushroom Mélange and Gorgonzola Cheese
- VEGETARIAN APPROPRIATE
- WHOLE GRAIN