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Dried cherries and toasted pecans add wonderful flavor and color to this quinoa dish.
A combination of vegetables and beef broth make this Bolivian-inspired quinoa soup a tasty and satisfying meal.
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Mango lends a sweet note to this colorful quinoa salad with a variety of flavors and textures. It's equally delicious served warm or chilled.
Nutty, quick-cooking quinoa is a wonderful grain to use in this salad, but you could also use 3 1/2 cups of another cooked grain: barley, wheat berries or bulgur would work well.
A popular breakfast beverage in South America, make this mixture at night and reheat in the morning. It's a thick, slightly sweet drink full of nutrients and protein from the quinoa. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® microcredit client recipes.
Here's a terrific vegetarian main course that stars big, flavorful tomatoes in all their glory. We call for quinoa as a base for the stuffing, but you could substitute with 1 1/2 cups of just about any leftover cooked whole grain.
Quinoa is a complete protein containing all eight essential amino acids. It's light and fluffy in texture but has that whole grain ability to fill people up--and if you've got company coming, this recipe easily doubles to serve eight people.
The creamy curry dressing in this salad doubles as an interesting dip or spread for any occasion; the recipe makes extra, so you’ll have some on hand. Juicy pineapple and crunchy red peppers offer a sweet contrast to the warm spices.
This gluten and dairy-free version of this festive bread will make a delicious addition to your holiday breakfast menu. You may also like to try our Cranberry Banana Oat Bread.
Serve this sweet-tart salad alongside a leafy green salad, turkey, or grilled meats and chicken.
This simple but flavorful side dish is a great option to serve alongside fish or poultry, or to use as a stuffing for acorn squash or bell peppers.
Get your whole grains and veggies into crowd-pleasing meatballs with this easy recipe that will stretch your food dollar, too. Serve with your favorite pasta and marinara sauce or on a hoagie with cheese for a dynamite meatball sub sandwich.
For a great meal on the go, add a can of your favorite beans to this salad, wrap it in a whole grain or gluten-free wrap and enjoy.
Roasted root veggies, including carrots, parsnips and beets combine with nutty, protein-rich quinoa in this simple side dish or vegetarian main course. You can prepare this ahead and freeze the vegetables and quinoa separately, easily tossing together before serving.
In this smart recipe, the asparagus steams on top of the cooking quinoa. Less pots to clean? We're all for that!
Diced apples add a touch of sweetness to thinly sliced chard. Tossed with cooked red, rainbow or white quinoa, this makes a satisfying and portable lunch.
This is the perfect accompaniment to a BBQ meal! Healthy whole grain quinoa combines with spicy jalapeños and sweet grapes for a tasty and light side dish. Alternately, the jalapeños can be grilled rather than roasted.
Try these unique whole grain burgers with sprigs of watercress and condiments like pickled daikon, ponzu sauce or avocado mashed with wasabi. Save time by picking up a package of cooked quinoa from the frozen aisle.
Mushrooms roasted in a simple oil-free pear balsamic dressing are delicious tossed with quinoa, spinach, green onions and almonds. Serve this dish warm, room temperature or cold, as a side dish or the main event.
Make a colorful summer dinner with these easy kabobs served on a bed of fluffy lemony quinoa with pine nuts and parsley. The sweetness of grilled pineapple pairs well with grilled chicken and a simple honey-mustard sauce.