I've written before about my love for quinoa. It's a wonderfully healthful ingredient (technically a seed) that is incredibly adaptable. Add to soups, bake into muffins or make a really tasty salad.
I didn't anticipate documenting this as a recipe so the pictures are lacking a bit. This was part of the meal we all made together but is worth a spotlight of its own. Pictures which illicit drool or not I will forge ahead.
There are several varieties but I've only cooked the red and white. The red is more nutritious. Colorful Food = Good For You Food.
Caramelized onions make for a delicious layer of flavor.
Celery and fennel. Add and stir.
Next Ella added the apples, walnuts, dried cranberries and Gouda.
Finish with a light vinaigrette and arugula (my favorite) and it's ready to serve. Packed with super nutritious stuff and delicious
You really must try this and since it's rather lengthy I will provide the link. It's from my favorite food magazine. - Fine Cooking. Read more about my some of my other favorite FC recipes here, here and here.
3 years ago