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    13 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This is a light flavored salad that lets all the ingredients shine equally. Recommend toasting Quinoa Recipe #16399. For those who like more spice try adding cumin and chili powder.

    Recipe #368746

    We like to serve this one as a nice dinner salad served on a bed of mixed greens! Cook time is actually chilling time, no cooking required, also makes a quick bean salad to bring to bbq's! Adapted from a WebMD article "The Part-Time Vegetarian"

    Recipe #299973

    This is a recipe that I got from February 2008 Redbook and just tried today. My really picky 11 year old just loved it and wanted more (he ate his without any onions or tomatoes though)! I made a couple of changes that suited my tastes, so here is my updated version.

    Recipe #282886

    Simple mild flavors, delicious side to any meat main dish. Also delicious served cold, tossed with chopped fresh garden veggies and a sprinkling of feta cheese as a veggie meal.

    Recipe #262279

    From: "Whole Grains Every Day, Every Way" by Lorna Sass. "Picadillo, a zesty ground beef stew of Spanish orgin, was welcomed enthusiastically into the kitchens of many Caribbean and Latin American cooks during the Colonial period. Variations abound, but I favor the ones that achieve a balance of sweet and salty by including raisins and pimento-stuffed olives. Though picadillo is traditionally served over rice, by mixing high-protein quinoa right into the stew, you can go easy on the meat and still have a very satisfying meal."

    Recipe #256268

    Quinoa (pronounced "keen-wa" ) is a a fast-cooking, protein-packed whole grain. This is a healthy and great tasting dish. Also, it is great for adding extras like avocado, corn, bell peppers or whatever you have on-hand that sounds good.

    Recipe #246185

    If you love brown rice then try this recipe, the rice bakes out perfect all the time! if you are using a highly-salted broth then you may want to reduce the salt slightly, for extra heat add in some cayenne pepper --- I also like to add in a few small bay leaves for added flavor ---- the recipe may be reduced to half, for vegetarian use vegetable broth or water and olive oil in place of butter --- this may also be made without the onion and garlic, see note on bottom.

    Recipe #245447

    I made this for my fiance to take to work by combining three of my chili loves: stout, beans, and cocoa powder!

    Recipe #236102

    2 Reviews |  By Sam #3

    From Betty Crocker's New Eat and Lose Weight Cookbook.

    Recipe #234502

    This recipe makes a hearty filling pancake that is full of nutrition. You can used the flavored malt-o-meal instead but you may want to omit or cut back on the molasses and cinnamon. Optionally you can add fruit and or nuts to these.

    Recipe #230533

    This is a nice hearty meal that goes together very quickly. You can see how easy this recipe is to adjust for your family’s “spicy” tolerance. None of these ingredients are ever really "optional" here. I tend to add more garlic and some cayenne if there aren't any kids eating. You can use the seasoned varieties of the beans, tomatoes, or anything else. I love Rotel. I serve with some warmed pitas or tortillas.

    Recipe #228979

    This is a fabulous quinoa pilaf that pairs well with grilled or broiled meats, or could even be a main vegetarian course. I like to have leftovers for breakfast with a fried egg on top. From the Eating Well magazine. Super healthy and yummy. If you use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth it is a vegan recipe.

    Recipe #228500

    Here is a yummy alternative to oatmeal in the morning. Very healthy whole grains, too. "Super foods" some people call them. Takes a little while to make it, but very yummy. Add your own spices, sweeteners and dried fruit, to your taste. This recipe can be easily halved if you use a small saucepan. Supposedly you can cook in a small crockpot overnight, but I've personally only ever tried this on the stovetop.

    Recipe #223591

    This pilaf is hearty and high in protein, and tastes great as a cold quinoa salad the next day.

    Recipe #200231

    6 Reviews |  By Lissa_L

    From Shape magazine, this can be spooned over lemon- and olive-oil-dressed arugala

    Recipe #170930

    Don't let the long ingredient list make you pass this one by. It's mostly spices and the result is a wonderfull salad.

    Recipe #158985

    This is really easy to make. There were no leftovers! What a great combination of flavors and textures. Serve with tortilla chips on the side.

    Recipe #152136

    From Christmas Memories with Recipes Recipe by Felipe Rojas-Lombardi

    Recipe #139379

    The spices make this version of the Lebanese salad special--and it's important to use good olive oil and lots of fresh lemon juice. Prep time does not include overnight soaking of the bulgur and herb mixture.

    Recipe #135053

    This came in one of my emial. Sounds like a simple way to soften this so called "rice" for your recipes. I can't wait to try this.

    Recipe #111588

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