Top Rated Quinoa Salad Recipes

Grilled Eggplant and Quinoa Salad
Use leftover grilled vegetables for this super simple summer salad. Quinoa and a tahini-based dressing make this a light, gluten free and vegan lunch option. Click Here for More Eggplant Recipes
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Red quinoa, orange carrots, green pepitas, and yellow parsnips bring a burst of color to your meal for lunchtime fun. Between the quinoa and the chickpeas, this vegetarian salad provides plenty of protein, and the roasted root vegetables make for an intensely flavored dish. Try making a batch on Sunday afternoon — you'll have an easy take-to-work lunch for the next few days. 
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Apple and Quinoa Salad
Packed with nutrition and bursting with flavor, this easy-to-make apple quinoa salad provides a delicious dose of whole grains. And it’s the perfect complement to kids’ or adults' lunches — boosting energy levels to get through the day. Quinoa is a complete protein and provides an abundance of nutrition and energy.
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house foods tofu quinoa salad
House Foods tofu is made from 100% non-GMO, U.S grown soybeans and offers so many health benefits including the fact that it’s low in saturated fat, it’s cholesterol-free, and it is a good source of calcium. Tofu is a high-quality complete protein that contains all nine essential amino acids. It’s a versatile food and can be incorporated into so many delicious American dishes like this Tofu and Quinoa Salad!This recipe is provided by House Foods.
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quinoa salad
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Beans, Kale, and Quinoa
This hearty vegetarian meal with quinoa is sort of like a Mediterranean twist on classic rice and beans. Click here to see more Easy Dinner Recipes. 
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4.25
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 Salad
This salad is so hearty you won’t even notice it’s vegetarian! If you’re craving meat, however, it’s versatile enough to add your favorite protein.
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quinoa
"I will admit I have not grown to be quinoa’s biggest fan, and so don’t cook with it a lot. It has, however, found its way into this salad because I ran out of spelt grains, and in the back of my grains cupboard I found a bag of red quinoa that I had never used. To my delight it was not too old, so I gave it a go and it turned out to be delicious. Now I use it for lunch, just a stand-alone salad, or for a lot of other different things like roast pork and frikadeller."-Trine Hahnemann Recipe courtesy of Trine Hahnemann from her cookbook Scandinavian Comfort Food. Click here to purchase your own copy. 
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Red, White, and Blueberry Quinoa Salad
Try this patriotic fruit salad. Hearty quinoa is paired with sweet blueberries, strawberries, and cranberries, balanced by salty pecans and dressed with a tart grapefruit vinaigrette. This recipe comes to us from Donna of Fab Frugal Food. See all recipes for quinoa.
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Avocado Mint Quinoa Salad
This quinoa salad is a good balance between having some carbs in your meal and wanting a light, fresh salad. It's fast, healthy and can also be made in advance and then refrigerated.  Click here to see 7 Satisfying Low-Carb Recipes.
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Healthy Chicken Salad
Crunchy and slightly bitter, this easy salad is a healthy and tasty dish to make for dinner or the night before for lunch the next day. In fact, as the acid in the dressing softens the radicchio, the flavors meld together overnight and make the salad even better than it was the before. Plus, you don't have to worry about how to dress the salad because the work has already been done! I cooked the chicken for this salad, but you can always use leftovers from dinner the night before. Similarly, while I used leftover roasted asparagus, nearly any other cooked vegetable can be used instead.  Click here to see 9 Tasty Lunch Ideas for Work.
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