Quinoa
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Quinoa

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Quinoa Seeds

1. Can be cooked as such in place of rice and pasta.

2. Can be cooked with vegetables.

3. Can be stuffed into cutlet, breads, dumplings etc.

4. Can be incorporated into salads.

5. Can be eaten as porridge in breakfast with milk and chopped nuts.

6. Desserts, Ladoos, barfi and other sweet dishes can be made out from it.

Recommended serving:-50gms

NUTRITIONAL VALUE (per 100gm)

Health Benefits:

Quinoa, pronounced ‘keen-wa’ is a great wheat-free alternative to starchy grains. There are two types: red and creamy white. Both types are slightly bitter when cooked and open up to release little white curls (like a tail) as they soften.

Grown in South America (Peru, Chile and Bolivia) for thousands of years, quinoa formed the staple diet of the Incas and their descendants. In recent years, foodies in the UK and the US have heralded it as a superior alternative to bulgur wheat, couscous and rice. Though it often occupies a similar role to these grains in dishes, quinoa is actually in the same family as beets, chard and spinach.

With twice the protein content of rice or barley, quinoa is also a very good source of calcium, magnesium and manganese. It also possesses good levels of several B vitamins, vitamin E and dietary fibre.