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NaturalBeam
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13213 posts

Quinoa recipes

I just learned that it is high in protein and a great alternative to meat, which I'm trying to eat less of. I had it for the first time last night when the wife put it in a stew with tomatoes and butternut squash.

Anyone have any other recipes for a 'meatless Monday' featuring this stuff?


Gris Gris
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re: Quinoa recipes


NaturalBeam
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re: Quinoa recipes
Thanks - I don't even bother with the search function these days, but it appears I should have


Gris Gris
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re: Quinoa recipes
I knew there was a recent thread on it and the google function works. Not great, though.


KosmoCramer
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re: Quinoa recipes
Gris Gri...


Nevermind


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NaturalBeam
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re: Quinoa recipes
Those are some good-sounding ideas, despite the fact it's a link to a link to a link, etc.


Gris Gris
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re: Quinoa recipes
quote:

Those are some good-sounding ideas, despite the fact it's a link to a link to a link, etc.


Well, dayum.



















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nikinik
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Member since Jan 2009
5685 posts

re: Quinoa recipes
I do a caprese one with tomatoes, fresh basil and buffalo moz.

I also do a mexican one with black beans, corn, Rotel, cumin and cilantro.

I always cook it with chicken or veggie stock instead of plain water.


Mr Mom
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Member since May 2012
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re: Quinoa recipes
I make quinoa and black beans using this as a guideline. Even my kids eat it this way.

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nikinik
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That's pretty much what I do except I add Rotel.
This post was edited on 1/17 at 8:35 am


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jeepfreak
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Back in the BR
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re: Quinoa recipes
I make a bortobello/shitake quinoalaya. Make it just like jambalaya but substitute mushrooms for meat and quinoa for rice. Also, it gets a bit more flavor if you use veggie stock instead of water.


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