Starting to keep the trend going as far as consistent posting is concerned! I have to jet off to work soon, but thought I would let you in on a little quinoa deliciousness that I chef-ed up yesterday thanks to this bloggess’ recipe. Instead of red quinoa I used tri-colored quinoa, mostly because that was what we already had in our pantry; it came out just as fuego and I will definitely be making this again! It took about 15 minutes and the taste was divine, a nice kick to amp us this awesome little grain. So browse the link and try the recipe out for yourself! Let me know your thoughts 🙂
It has also been brought to my attention that not too many people are familiar with Quinoa, so in case it is alien to you, here’s a few things to know:
- it is quite high in anti-oxidants
- aids with anti-inflammatory issues
- naturally low in fat
- it boasts being a complete protein containing 9 essential amino acids; 1 cup of cooked quinoa contains 8.14 grams protein!
Quinoa is a great source of iron and fiber; 1 cup of cooked quinoa provides 15% of the recommended daily intake of iron, and 21% the recommended amount of fiber.… and it just tastes so good! Instead of using rice the next time, give quinoa a try instead. Laters, babes.