We didn't like this very much. It just seemed off with the tuna. I think we will try this again but with chicken in it, or without meat. Thanks!
This was so good! I made a few changes (due to what I had on hand). Instead of using spinach I cut up pieces of asparagus. I cooked everything else as directed. Then when it was done I filled large portobella mushroom caps with the yummy goodness. I sprinkled a little cheese on top and put it in the oven for a little while. It was easy and healthy... that's a great combination! (I'm even eating leftovers for breakfast this morning).
This is my go to recipe is I want something filling, healthy, and easy to prepare. It is sooo delicious too! Thanks for sharing!
This was very good. We used vegetable broth instead of chicken and it was just a bit too salty. I will use either water or half water and half broth next time. I forgot the Italian seasoning so we added some Karachi sauce instead. Yum!
This was certainly super easy and quite healthy! I think next time I might vary the vegies used because I while the spinach was good it could have had more "punch." Thanks for the great recipe!!
Love this recipe for its simplicity, ease of preparation, and healthy attributes! I usually make with red quinoa, but am thinking about trying it with other grains, such as barley.
I have made this twice already and will do it again. So easy and delicious.
Oops, I just realized I submitted a photo in November, but never reviewed the recipe. I promised myself that before 2009 ended, I would make a recipe that included quinoa. I was looking for something like a tuna casserole or tuna salad, and found this gem. Usually I love spinach, but for some reason the spinach was off the mark on this recipe for me. I think I would have liked this dish better if I replaced the spinach with peas. Most likely that's because I have a rice salad recipe similar to this one that I really like and it has peas in it. However, I enjoyed my first taste of quinoa and I'll be making this recipe again. Thanks for making my first taste of quinoa a positive one!
I adore quinoa and am so happy to have another recipe to add to my quinoa book. Light and super tasty! I used a couple handfuls of fresh baby spinach and added it at the same time as the tuna, put the lid back on and let it sit until the spinach was wilted. I used sharp cheddar cheese and really liked it. This reminded me of a light tuna casserole without the pasta. I think that some chopped tomatoes would be pretty tasty added in too. Thanks for sharing.
I am so disappointed that I didn't get to eat this, but I am rating it based on the responses I got from those I made it for. First the logistics; I used about two cups of fresh spinach, chopped (may use more next time), over 2tsp garlic, more than 1 tsp of Italian, closer to 1 cup of cheese and The Harvest Quinoa Blend from Trader Joe's. I also pared it with Roasted Brussels Sprouts!. It was so easy to put together and got rave reviews! I was told that I was a fantastic cook so I think that deserves five stars. I am looking forward to making this again so I can try it myself! Thanks so much for posting!!