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recipe by Coco Morante http://www.leftyspoon.com/
I think of buckwheat as the most savory of all grains. Get the whole-grain, roasted variety for this recipe—it’s called kasha and it comes already roasted to bring out its deep nutty flavor. Mushrooms bump up the umami even further in this easy pilaf, and caramelized onions add depth and richness. Caramelized Onions Makes 2 1/2 cups The salt is important in this recipe, so don’t omit it. It helps the onions give up their liquid so they cook down properly and caramelize. Low-sodium vegetable broth Makes about 2 Quarts This broth contains a fairly low level of sodium. It is comparable to store-bought low-sodium vegetable broth, low-sodium bouillon, and reduced-sodium Better Than Bouillon. If you use a full-sodium, store-bought broth in the recipes in this book, you may need to reduce the amount of salt and/or other salty ingredients.Inspired by: https://recipes.instantpot.com/recipe/buckwheat-pilaf-with-mushrooms-and-caramelized-onions/
recipe updated Sep 15, 2020