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Quinoa and Black Beans. Whether you're trying quinoa for the first time or just trying a new recipe for quinoa, this mixture of quinoa, black beans, corn, and spices will make this dish a new favorite.
Quinoa with Mushrooms. Quinoa is a healthy grain that can be substituted in most recipes for rice or couscous. I recently experimented with quinoa and made this dish which my husband and I both love. This easy-to-make and tasty side dish is similar to a pilaf.
Quinoa Side Dish. Quinoa, cooked in chicken broth for added richness, is tossed with onion, garlic, and herbs. This may be served hot, or at room temperature.
Quinoa Tabbouleh. Quinoa, once a staple grain of ancient Incas, is tossed with lemon juice, tomatoes, cucumber, carrots, green onions and parsley. Serve with pita bread, if desired.
Quinoa Pilaf. Quinoa is very, very good for you. Really. And this pilaf is a perfect showcase for this lovely grain. It and the vegetables are simmered and cooked in water with a bay leaf, lemon juice and lemon zest for good measure. Peas are stirred in at the last mo
Quinoa Chard Pilaf. This simple vegan dish combines the distinctive, nutty flavor of quinoa with chard, mushrooms, and lentils. Try using rainbow chard for a colorful effect!
Orange Halibut. Mild halibut is dressed up with sparkling fruity flavors and a bit of crunch, then served on a bed of good-for-you grains.
a fast, fun lunch or dinner. Or, wrap up lean ground beef for soft tacos. Add whole grains to your diet by choosing whole-wheat or whole-grain corn tortillas. Keep calories in check with small- or medium-size tortillas. Other Grains Barley, brown rice, bulgur and quinoa add interest
minerals. Make at least half your grains whole grains. Try whole-wheat bread and pasta, whole-grain cereal, barley, brown rice, bulgur and quinoa, too. Enjoy baked goods like cakes and pies in moderation. Meat & Meat Alternatives These foods are packed with protein and nutrients.
carrots, green beans or broccoli. A quarter should have starches (carbohydrates), like sweet potatoes, mashed or baked potatoes, rice pilaf or quinoa. The other quarter is for lean meat, like turkey or chicken. Try to avoid dark meat and remove any skin from your meat. If gravy is
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