Walnut Rosemary Quinoa

Walnut Rosemary Quinoa created by MsBindy

Quinoa, pronounced keen-wa, should be thoroughly rinsed prior to preparation to help remove any powdery residue that can remain following the removal of a protective substance called saponin (protects grain from insects and weather). Rinse in a fine strainer until water runs clear. Use two parts liquid to one part quinoa. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for about 15 minutes or until grains are translucent and germ has spiralled out from each grain. All the water should have disappeared.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Heat oil in saucepan; add onion and quinoa. Sauté over medium heat, stirring constantly for about 3 minutes.
  • Add pepper and sauté an additional 2 minutes.
  • Add water, soy sauce, rosemary and peas. Bring to a boil and cover; simmer 15 minutes or until water is absorbed.
  • Meanwhile, roast walnuts in oven for 3-5 minutes.
  • When quinoa is cooked, turn off heat and mix in walnuts.
  • Let sit an additional 10 minutes and serve.
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"Quinoa, pronounced keen-wa, should be thoroughly rinsed prior to preparation to help remove any powdery residue that can remain following the removal of a protective substance called saponin (protects grain from insects and weather). Rinse in a fine strainer until water runs clear. Use two parts liquid to one part quinoa. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for about 15 minutes or until grains are translucent and germ has spiralled out from each grain. All the water should have disappeared."
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  1. Alyss05
    I really enjoyed this! I made it with some chicken stock instead of all water and no soy sauce, though I did use seasalt and will use soy sauce next time. I probably used close to a teaspoon of rosemary, ground in a mortar and pestle, but it needed more, more, more! The peas and walnuts are a great addition. Yum!
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  2. Alyss05
    I really enjoyed this! I made it with some chicken stock instead of all water and no soy sauce, though I did use seasalt and will use soy sauce next time. I probably used close to a teaspoon of rosemary, ground in a mortar and pestle, but it needed more, more, more! The peas and walnuts are a great addition. Yum!
    Reply
  3. fyi_30
    I modified this one a little. To add more flavor I used chicken stock instead of water. So the veg wouldn't lose there luster I added the peas and pepper at the end. Chicken would also be a nice addition. Great as a side or even a main.
    Reply
  4. fyi_30
    I modified this one a little. To add more flavor I used chicken stock instead of water. So the veg wouldn't lose there luster I added the peas and pepper at the end. Chicken would also be a nice addition. Great as a side or even a main.
    Reply
  5. MsBindy
    Walnut Rosemary Quinoa Created by MsBindy
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