Yep another Quinoa recipe! See, when a reader/viewer asks, I deliver – I wasn’t going to stop at one recipe, she asked for recipes!
So if you have any blog/video requests, just ask. It might take me a few weeks to deliver but I will. I’m currently working on some strength training post that Natural Nigerian requested.
This recipe was of course, inspired by a favourite in Nigeria – Jollof Rice 🙂
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Just to clarify something re: quinoa. Yes it’s a superfood, it’s high in protein, it’s gluten and what free, high in fibre, rich in vitamins/minerals but it also contains carbs (I’m not saying you should run away from it as it’s a good source of carbs unlike eg processed rice and pasta!).
Suggested serving size is 1/2 – 3/4 cup.
1/2 cup of cooked quinoa contains less carbs than the same quantity of white rice and also brown rice (better than white rice)
1/2 cup of cooked quinoa contains a similar amount of carbs as wild rice, which I can confidently say we hardly, if ever, include in a Nigerian diet.
Of course it’s not just about the carb content as it has other great properties over rice as mentioned above. And remember not all carbs are bad!
I think it’s worth a try, I like it! 🙂