Is quinoa possibly the most perfect food? The grain that's a seed, the new fad that's an ancient food, and the substance that can be used in every meal. Fun facts, folklore, and recipes here.
Crunchy vegetables, queso fresco, and quinoa are combined with a tart lime juice and fresh cilantro dressing to form a salad that is delightful both as a side dish as well as on its own.
Want a healthy alternative to a bowl of oatmeal in the morning! Try quinoa and millet porridge. This porridge provides you with a variety of different textures, tastes and wholesome nutrients. You may want to try other whole grains as well.
Loaded with protein, B vitamins, and iron, quinoa is a seed native to South America with a delicious nutty flavor. It's simple to cook if you use a couple of easy tricks, and the results are just plain terrific. In less than 20 minutes, you have this nutritional powerhouse on your table!
One of the only plant-based full proteins in nature, quinoa is the nutty base for this fresh, Mexican-inspired meal or side dish.
Nutty, hearty, and protein packed; Quinoa taste outstanding at any meal! Find recipes, and much more for everything quinoa, the King of grains.
This quinoa recipe is simple to throw together, and the colors make for a nice presentation. Add some fried eggs on top, and you've got a hearty breakfast. Make it ahead of time, and you have a hot or cold side dish for any meal you're hosting. This dish is both versatile and tasty.
Health gurus recommend whole grains nowadays, but quinoa isn't really a grain; it's a seed. It's more nutritious than grains, with: amino acids, fibre, vitamins and minerals, enzymes, phytonutrients and antioxidants. Quinoa has the nine essential amino acids the body needs for muscle building protein, and fibre for a healthy colon. Quinoa has minerals like magnesium for relaxing your muscles and blood vessels, manganese and copper antioxidants, which protect against cancer, and it has more cal