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Beans Around The World. It’s a energy fueling meal in a bowl ! Add your own special touch with extra ingredients,(Celery? Cilantro? Onion?) make it spicy, add your favorite herbs, or switch out the dressing. It’s easy, naturally gluten free, & protein packed 👍
In our home, we love to build bean bowls served in a hand glazed pottery bowl. Start with picking a grain such as quinoa or rice and add a half-cup of cooked or canned beans of your choice, toss some leafy greens on, add sautéed onions, shredded carrot, avocado and mushrooms, then top with feta cheese and pumpkin seeds. Next add your choice of seasonings and dressing such as fresh lemon vinaigrette, balsamic vinegar, ginger miso or chipotle ranch, and dive in! Try out different toppings and combinations each time for new fun flavors. We never tire of these bowls!
-Cool Beans Contest
This is a vegetarian recipe for stuffed acorn squash. Can be made as a main dish or, if you choose small acorn squash, as a starter. Roast the pitted acorn squash face down at 425 degrees for 20 mins. Cook the quinoa and then add it to a bowl with the other ingredients listed along with olive oil, salt and pepper, and red wine vinegar. Mix it all up and stuff the squash! @jordanmcdowell
Quinoa is known as a protein power house super food! It cooks quickly, and pairs well with many meats, salmon, and veggies. Add a splash of balsamic for tang and richness. This recipe has become a favorite of our family and others, and it tastes great hot and cold, making it an ideal picnic food.
In my childhood, bibimbap was a rice bowl with whatever available food even leftover side dishes mixed together.
How about making healthy "Super" Bibimbap by mixing quinoa brown rice with some super food together? Tip: Use the chopsticks to mix the bibimbap as the spoons will destroy the textures of the food. Don't forget to add the sauce to complete the flavor!
Super Food Entry, Moroccan style. The tagine is a traditional cooking method using a conical shaped terracotta pot. However, you can cook this dish with whatever you have on hand. Super foods such as pumpkin, eggplant, and garlic pair with super spices such as turmeric, cinnamon and ginger to make a savory stew for those cold weather months. Pair with protein packed quinoa or more traditionally couscous.
A wintery take on a traditional tabouleh, great to keep in the fridge for cloudy day lunches! Lemon, garlic, fennel and parsley give this healthy dish a zippy Mediterranean flavor. The artwork was created with colored pencil, ink, and oil pastel on brown Kraft paper.