Quinoa and Garlicky Aubergines *Super-Healthy*

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Preparation info

  • A Vegan Lunch for

    4–5

    • Difficulty

      Medium

Appears in

Salmagundi

By Sally Butcher

Published 2014

  • About

Quinoa. Kwinoa. Keenwah. Call it what you will darlings, it’s still all the rage (2013 was actually the ‘Year of Quinoa’, as declared by the UN), and as ‘grains’* go, it is one of the healthier ones: it is high in protein and amino acids, and this is a good thing. It was first cultivated in ancient Peru and Bolivia, and remains a treasured part of the diet in that part of the world. I can’t get my other half to eat it for all the gold in El Dorado mind you, as he reckons it looks like spiders’ eggs when it’s cooked...

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