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Can you use the word “hearty” to describe a salad? I think so. This filling salad is always a hit with dinner guests, and the leftovers — if there are any — make a nice lunch the next day. I once caught someone (who shall remain anonymous) — ha, ha, it was my sister, but I won’t say which one — in the kitchen after dinner cleaning out the bowl, eating every last bit. The quinoa and pine nuts add crunch, while the corn adds a hint of something sweet.
Last week, I came home from the farmers market with my bag full of beautiful, bright red summer tomatoes. As I set them out on the counter, I spotted a container of quinoa that hadn’t gotten put away the night before. I looked at the tomatoes. I looked at the quinoa. Tomatoes. Quinoa. And so this herby, lemony, tomato-flecked quinoa tabbouleh was born. Quinoa is one of my absolute favorite grains — breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I’m a die-hard fan.
A light and healthy corn, tomato, and black bean quinoa salad. This recipe takes less than 30 minutes to make and is both vegan and gluten free. | chefsavvy.com #recipe #corn #quinoa #salad #healthy
This Mexican Quinoa salad is full of fresh ingredients and has a zippy jalapeno vinaigrette! Perfect for a side or main dish!
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Delicious vegan and easily gluten free Thai quinoa salad with a perfect crunch. Perfect for meal prep lunches, picnics or parties. This salad is a crowd-pleaser!