I found this recipe which makes 4 portions. Quinoa with stir-fried winter veg recipe | BBC Good Food
I live alone, so can't eat it all at once.
Can it go in the freezer?
If not, how long will it last in the fridege before starting to lose the nutrients?
Any other way of preserving this?
These days, I find myself exploring more Beans, Grains and Pastas, what with the Pandemic, etc.
I have never used Quinoa before and it appears that folks use it often to create salads.
Aside from examples, that I have found on the web, enlighten me. How do you use Quinoa?
Back in the day, I was a member of what is now Food.Com. I am going back to collect some of my recipes from there - I stopped using that site because the required recipe formatting was a pain in my (whatever). Apparently, I hadn't even been back since 2012.
But, I'd put some good recipes...
2 large onions, chopped (I use a food processor)
1 large red bell pepper, chopped
1 large green bell pepper, chopped
6 cloves garlic, minced
5 cups (24 ounces) fresh black-eyed peas, or 2 1/2 cups (1 pound) dried peas, soaked overnight and drained
6 cups vegetable broth
One of my favorite bloggers just put up a recipe recently for Quinoa Burgers.
They look fabulous and she mentions they freeze very well, so I think I'll be trying them out for a healthy take on burgers soon!
The link is here if you would like to check them out...
I have been eating red quinoa I bought some time ago, trying to finish it off. I am having something issues with it though and I don't know if it's my cooking method, a food pairing method or just my body. Basically I am coming it like rice, I let it cook for at least 40 minutes to try to get it...
This is probably my first time even hearing of it!
It is pretty much grown & cooked the way that rice is. But I don't know what it tastes like. has anyone ever tried it before? :confused:
I just saw a lovely pic of what someone made, and I saw that it involved quinoa. Can anyone tell me what it tastes like and/or how you use it when you cook? I am very curious about it, but don't want to buy it without knowing something about it. I enjoy rice, couscous, and pasta. Is the texture...
Quinoa is a grain crop that is grown for its edible seeds. It is pronounced KEEN-wah.
Quinoa is non-GMO, Gluten Free and usually grown organically. Even though not technically a grain, it still counts as a “whole grain” food
I wasnt really sure what to do with Quinoa at first but have found a...