Multi Grain Rice
In a couple of Vegetarian restaurants, I've been served a multi grain rice dish. They have brown rice and what appear to be barley, maybe millet and other grains. Very tasty.
I saw something similar on a Korean cooking show on Food Network a couple of weeks ago but she didn't give a recipe.
Does anyone have a recipe for me?
I would be cooking it in a rice cooker.
At any Korean Market you can buy the Grain Mixes.
Of course you can mix your own but these are cheap and of very good quality.
I really like the sprouted ones the one pictured has: Sprouted Brown Rice, Barley, Rye Berries, Whole Oats, Red Rice, Purple/Black Barley, Wild Rice, Bamboo Rice.
You can find mixes of various grains for adding to making rice in a Chinese grocery, under the name "five treasure oats" "ten treasure oats" etc - the number is the number of different grains.
What we do is sub those grains for some of the rice, then cook as usual in the rice cooker. You need to stir well after cooking, as some of the grains rise to the top.