Monday, 18 May 2009

Quick-Cooking Quinoa Captures Culinary Kudos

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Quinoa is actually an herb, not a grain, but it takes the place of couscous in recipes such as a Moroccan chicken stew. For best results, boil the quinoa in salted water, then steam it to fluff it up. Serve this ancient staple wherever you’d use couscous, and ...
... you’ll get a meal with more protein and fiber than semolina could provide. Couscous, along with mahimahi and sweet Walla Walla onions, are verbal booby traps in our household: The mere mention of any of them immediately elicits the wisecrack, “I heard you the first time.” ...
Full Story: Quinoa: The Better Couscous; by Kemp M. Minifie




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