Vegetarian recipes and info
Quinoa is a versatile and quick-and-easy-to-cook grain much loved by vegetarians. It’s nutty and slightly crunchy and altogether delicious. Bonus: quinoa is very healthy: it contains calcium and is one of the few sources of complete protein in the plant world.
Quinoa is faster, easier, and – in my opinion – tastier than rice. Give it a try!
Crunchy croquettes made from black-eyed peas and quinoa are packed with vegetarian protein.
Instead of simply boiling quinoa, take a few extra minutes to make “quinoasotto” – it’s a fluffier, tastier side dish.
Quinoa is quick and easy to prepare, and it adds a subtle but wonderful flavor to vegetables.
Serve these bell peppers stuffed with tomatoes, carrots, mushrooms, and couscous alongside a green salad for a simple, filling meal.
Simple but a bit more textured than rice pilaf thanks to the addition of millet and quinoa.
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