Four ways with: hearty winter salads

Harness the power, goodness and versatility of barley for a healthy, filling salad, perfect as an accompaniment to a winter roast. And the best part is, these salads are just as delicious as they are beautiful!

Food|Aug 16, 2019

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  • Green tea chicken with barley salad

    This super easy, super healthy green tea chicken salad recipe is the perfect dish for lunch or dinner. Nutty, fiber-rich barley, fresh herbs and crunchy broccoli make up this filling salad

    Woman's Day (NZ edition)|Oct 04, 2016

  • Venison, barley and root vegetable casserole

    This nourishing, earthy venison stew recipe benefits from long, slow cooking. It is satisfying on its own, but for a more substantial meal, serve with creamy mashed potatoes or pappardelle

    New Zealand Taste|Aug 31, 2016

  • Hearty oxtail and barley soup

    This oxtail and barley soup is rib-stickingly hearty and with the latest food trend being bone broth, it's a great reminder that soups like this old favourite have been around forever. It’s perfect for cold winter days!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Aug 16, 2016

  • Chicken, celeriac and barley stew

    Hearty and delicious, this nutritious stew is the perfect way to warm up your family's bellies on cooler evenings at home. You'll get a nice dose of veggies, protein and fibre with every serving, too.

    Woman's Day|Apr 30, 2016

  • Pearl barley and cherry breakfast bowl

    Packed with cherries, honeycomb and passionfruit, this barley breakfast bowl is the perfect way to start the day. It's full of fibre, fruit and good sugars, making it suitable for diabetics.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 27, 2015

  • Barley, thyme and cauliflower pilaf

    Take a delicious twist on the regular rice dish with this middle eastern inspired barley, thyme and cauliflower pilaf - simple and delicious!

    Take 5|Jun 30, 2015

  • Beef and barley stew

    This hearty beef and barley stew is a great recipe to cook while camping; swap the saucepan for a camp oven and cook over hot coals.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 31, 2015