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Jan-22-10, 09:53 AM (CST)|
3. "RE: Ain't She Sweet Orzo Salad"|
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I´ve checked Ain´t she sweet, and the Orzo-sallad is mentioned twice. (This is from my Swedish copy)|
1. Orzo, fresh tomatoes, swiss cheese (I would use Gruyère, love it!) and home made garlic bread-croutons.
2. Orzo, hardboiled egg, tomatoes, pine nuts and avocado.
I would add some chopped red or green onion to both alternatives, some sallad, maybe ruccola and a vinaigrette dressing whith Dijon-mustard. (I guess it would be better if SEP answered this, not me...)
I also just realised I may have misunderstood what orzo is. I thought it was pasta shaped as big rice-grains. But when I googled it, I found out it is actually grains of barley (at least in italian). You can use either pasta or barley, but maybe barley is more healthy.
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