One problem my family and I always have is what to do with Holiday leftovers. My husband and I always make enough food for an army and while searching the web last night I found a couple of ideas from truRoots that I am going to be trying this year.
The truRoots brand was founded on the philosophy that people should understand not only what’s in their food, but where that food comes from. That’s why truRoots forges personal connections with farmers and supports techniques that are rooted in tradition. These commitments have helped truRoots become a leader in the whole grains and sprouted foods category.
Knowing where my food comes from has become a huge part of my life. Recently, my husband and I started our own business New River Mills. We offer cornmeal and grits to local stores and online. We are still paving our way, but I just loved how truRoots took the approach in their business to get to know what products they are selling you.
Try the following tips and recipe ideas to make the most of your leftovers.
- Build a bowl. Mix truRoots Originals Sprouted Quinoa with leftover veggies and protein for a satisfying meal that’s ready in 15 minutes. Sprouting helps unlock quinoa’s nutrients and reduces cooking time – a win for everyone.
- Embrace opposites. Complement festive flavors with a tasty turkey soup recipe using truRoots®Organic Gluten-Free Ancient Grain Pasta Fusilli.
- Be creative with pasta. Prepare truRoots Ancient Grain Pastas with fresh pesto or another sauce, then top with holiday turkey for an easy way to use all those leftovers. Mix and match your favorite pasta and toppings – the possibilities are endless.
All truRoots Ancient Grain products are Kosher, Certified USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project® Verified.
I do hope that you enjoy this little bit of information on how you can transform your holiday leftovers easily. Personally, I am going to try the “Build a Bowl” method. I just love sprouted Quinoa. For more product information, recipe ideas and tips for cooking with ancient grains, visit www.truroots.com.