Top Rated Quinoa Recipes

Quinoa Mathrooba
Mathrooba is a traditional Qatari dish that is often eaten to break the fast of Ramadan. Though the dish is normally made with chicken, this version from Vegan: The Cookbook by Jean-Christian Jury leaves out the meat for an equally satisfying, creamy quinoa dish.
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quinoa
"Break out of your oatmeal rut and consider something new in that hot-cereal bowl: quinoa. Breakfast is actually my favorite meal for this teensy, protein-packed grain (which, technically, is not a grain at all but the seed of a plant in the amaranth family). Quinoa has a well-balanced amino acid profile and is especially rich in magnesium and iron. Make a fresh pot in the morning, or do it up as a side dish for dinner, relying on the leftovers to get you through breakfast. I like quinoa best doused with cold almond milk, roasted hazelnuts, and fall fruits. The reds and greens of apples, pears, and grapes make for a very pretty bowl."-Katie Sullivan Morford Recipe courtesy of Rise and Shine by Katie Sullivan Morford, © 2016 by Katie Sullivan Morford. Photographs  © 2016 by Erin Scott. Reprinted by arrangement with Roost Books, an imprint of Shambhala Publications, Inc. Boulder, CO. www.roostbooks.com
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quinoa muffins
Not much of a sweets person, but still looking for that savory, vegetarian start to the day you can take on the go? These muffins are just the thing you need, with plenty of healthy, protein-rich quinoa and herbaceous flavor. Your taste buds will have just the morning treat they deserve. — Angela Carlos, Cook EditorCourtesy of Dan Olson, Executive Chef/Partner of Railtown Catering and Railtown Cafe.
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This dish combines quinoa with the delicious flavor combination of sweet pears, tart pomegranate seeds, and peppery watercress.
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This protein-rich natural energy drink may soon make its way into the stores...be prepared almond and soy and coconut milks...it's the next big health thing! Quinoa (pronounced keen-WAH), is a gluten-free, alkaline-forming, high-protein grain that has tremendous health benefits.
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This quinoa salad is the perfect healthy lunch or dinner side combining winter's bounty and the antioxidants and health benefits of the wild blueberry. Wyman's of Maine is one of the largest growers and processors of wild blueberries in the U.S. The growing season for wild blueberries is short, but Wyman's allows you to snack on these tasty, tart and sweet berries all year by quick freezing the berries within 24 hours of harvest. The berries are as fresh as the day they were picked, traveling from farm to freezer to table.  Recipe courtesy of Wyman's of Maine
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Quinoa Crusted Tilapia
Tilapia and quinoa pack a dual punch: they're healthy and quick to cook. This recipe gives texture to the mild and flaky tilapia by broiling a layer of quinoa on top of the fish, creating a dish that is simple to make but has a great presentation. Click here for Dinner Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less.
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Apricot Cilantro Quinoa Pilaf
Dried apricots sprinkle this quinoa pilaf with chewy, sweet fruit flavors which balance crunchy, toasted pumpkin seeds. Cilantro and lemon juice brighten this hearty, healthy grain salad. This recipe comes to us from Jen Brody of Domestic Divas.See all apricot recipes.
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PointsPlus Quinoa Pilaf Recipe
Here’s a side dish reminiscent of a fruity and nutty couscous pilaf with pistachios and raisins, only instead of the pasta, this recipe uses healthier and nutritious quinoa.
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Summer green beans are here! Perhaps other beans, too, so substitute any of the three beans with what you can get on sale or from your garden... or the neighbors'. Canned garbanzos, pintos, or black beans are fine, too, in this beautiful and delicious summer salad that works as a side dish or protein-filled vegetarian entrée. Quinoa is a light, whole grain with plenty of protein itself; once you try it, you'll invite it back to your table again and again.
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2 Cups Cooked Quinoa 1 Egg 1 Cup Shredded Carrot 2 Cloves Garlic, minced 2 Tbsp Fresh Basil, chopped 1/2 Cup Parmesan Cheese 1 Tbsp Flour Salt and Pepper Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine all ingredients together in a large bowl until thoroughly combined. Grease a mini muffin pan and fill to the top with the quinoa mixture. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes.
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Quinoa-Berry Salad
There’s nothing quite like a bowl of quinoa and greens. And a few fresh raspberries and blackberries, too. So pretty and so easy to make. Just a few ingredients from my garden and a quick trip to the market for fresh berries. And voilà. See all recipes for salad.
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