I liked this quite well. The looser consistency was nice. I think I would add a pinch of salt next time, as it was just a little flat, although we did enjoy it. I used vanilla almond milk instead of the soy, and added about 1/2 cup of dried mixed berries. I make this in the rice cooker, which worked perfectly - and no worries about the pan scorching, something I am, alas, prone to.
Made a recipe-&-a-half for the 2 of us (I enjoy large bowls of cereal, so . . .) & that worked out just fine! Also made the recipe as given & thoroughly enjoyed the cranberries (actually used a whole cup of 'em)! This is certainly a recipe worth making again! Thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC recipe tag]
MMM, used vanilla almond milk in place of soy and added 1/4 cup cranberries instead to 1/2 cup. Yummy. Quiona is very high in minerals and protein for its size.
Wonderful porridge, just my kind of thing with maple syrup and cranberries! I didn't have to cook the quinoa longer than 20 minutes, it already started becoming very mushy, so I just poured in the cashew milk I used, heated it a bit and then removed from the stove. Thanks for posting this great idea, I'll definitely make this again!
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