I am beyond thrilled about this week of blog posts I have in store for you all!
Back in April I decided that I wanted to dedicate a majority of a week to "clean eating"!
A while back I blogged about Clean Eating, you can read it here.
I am not perfect at practicing clean eating, nor am I an old pro at clean eating recipes --but I contacted some real clean eating pro's to share their recipes specifically for Hart to Heart readers!
I truly hope you all get a little something out of this week and realize how wonderful clean eating is!
Today Tiffany is sharing a recipe with you all-- she has a beyond amazing blog and she is also a cookbook author!
You can buy her cookbook here on Amazon -- this is my latest purchase and I have no regrets, I cannot wait to get moved into my new house, bust out my kitchen supplies and put this to use!
Without further ado... here's Miss. Tiffany!
I'd like to give a big thank you to Leigh Anne for allowing me to guest post today! Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Tiffany McCauley and I publish a blog about clean eating recipes, TheGraciousPantry.com. I'm also a cookbook author and full time Mama to one very active four year old boy who I like to call Mini Chef.
Cooking is my passion and I especially enjoy converting unhealthy favorites to something clean, delicious and just as comforting as the original.
I also create many original recipes right in my home kitchen and can spend an entire day cooking if my schedule permits. This recipe is a case in point.
Barley is not something we eat a lot of in our house, and for no particular reason other than I just don't think to cook it very often. But a bag of barley caught my eye at the store the other day, so I brought it home and got to work. I ended up with this delicious side dish. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as my family and I did.
Garlic and Sage Barley
- 4 cups low sodium chicken broth, no sugar added
- 1 cup pearl barley
- 1 tsp. garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp. ground sage
- 1/4 tsp. poultry seasoning
Bring broth and spices to a boil and pour in barly. Cook for about
35-40 minutes or until the barley is cooked through.
*Cooking times may vary. Cook until the broth is nearly completely cooked out.
Serve with chicken or turkey and a side of veggies.