Here's a flavorful way to enjoy pumpkin. Loaded with nutrients and fiber from pumpkin and whole-grain quinoa, this salad can be served as a side or as a light vegetarian meal in itself.
Tips on how to use Quinoa. Quinoa is extremely versatile. It can be served hot or cold as a side or main course for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even dessert.
Enjoy this hearty, protein-rich salad as the main event for lunch or a light dinner. Or serve it as a tasty side with grilled meat or poultry.
Here's a delicious gluten-free, allergy-friendly chicken dish that's special enough for a holiday dinner. Browning the chicken slowly develops its flavor and an appetizing color. Keep the temperature low or the meat will burn. For extra-succulent flavor, let the chicken cool for 30 minutes before serving.
This simple summer salad goes nicely with grilled meats or vegetarian dishes, such as grilled bell peppers or eggplant with hummus.
Avocados are a good source of energy and their protein content makes them a valuable food for vegetarians. This tasty salad makes a healthy lunch.
This vegetarian Bean and Quinoa Chili is both nutritious and delicious.
Quinoa comes in several colors (creamy white, pink, orange, red, purple and black, for instance). For a pretty look, use red quinoa, if available, in this salad to match the beets.
This colorful Red Bell Peppers Stuffed with Quinoa makes a healthy and tasty main course for a vegetarian meal. Team it with a fresh salad of baby lettuce leaves. Serve hot or at room temperature.
A marvelous thing about going gluten free is that it encourages exploration into the delicious, nutritious world of alternative grains and seeds. Quinoa (pronounced KEEN wah), an ancient food, is a complete protein that contains all essential amino acids, making it a meat substitute. What's more, it offers twice the protein of most cereal grains, along with impressive amounts of fiber, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and riboflavin. Quinoa's slow-releasing complex carbs keep you full longer and help ward off sugar cravings. You'll love these nutritious, summertime recipes that are gluten-free and allergy-friendly.
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