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I am going to try it! Looks good!
Looks good, I'll probably substitute for the peapods.
Looks great. I love quinoa
It looks great. Could you use cous cous or rice?
I have never used quinoa before but this good and easy to make. I will try it. Thank you
I can't wait to try this. I love quinoa and am always looking for different recipes for it.
Thanks for this recipe. I tried it and it was great.
All the elements of a great recipe. Colorful, tasty (love the lemon), and that it can be served later cold. The production quality on this video made it very pleasant to watch.
Place 1 cup quinoa, shredded zucchini and carrot and two cups of broth. Cook over medium heat until liquid absorbed and serve warm. Easy and fast recipe I got from chef.
This looks so good! I would add canned no salt added mushrooms and water chestnuts to bulk it up more and add more crunch!
I like to try and add cilantro instead of parsley , Yummy
I made this recipe for dinner, and it was great!
great recipe I will actually try this one
This looks delicious, definitely going to try this.
I will definitely try this recipe --- no thyroid inhibitor ingredients. Good for hypothyroid sufferers.
looks great may have to try this
Great video, I'm going to try this recipe tomorrow
Sound & looks delicious, can't wait to try it and also share it with my daughter-in-law...
This was great...simple and straight forward. Had it at room temp the next day and livened it up with a refresher of lemon juice, and added grape tomatoes hearts of palm. Yum!
This looks like a winner. I will definately make this--I will add some corn as well.
This will be my lunch for tomorrow.
I tried it - It is great
can't wait to try this recipe, it looks good
I will give it a try.
I can't wait!!
It would be nice to see more recipes like this one, ones that don't all revolve around meat as the focal part of the meal. Olive oil is healthiest for you if it is not heated though. I'd recommend sauteeing the garlic and onions in a little vegetable broth, adding the oil at the end.
I'd never waste so much pepper! Stem, seeds and pith are the only parts you should send to the compost pile.
I will try this recipe, hope it taste good.
Looks delicious add to my menu. Yum!
Great recipe can't wait to try this !