by Mary Beth
I saw this great recipe for a one pot quinoa meal. I have been trying to eat more quinoa, and I hate dishes, so the one pot idea really appealed to me. Plus, it had my favorite food: avocado, tomato, and cucumber. Awesome! Below is the recipe I used. It's borrowed from Pinterest. Thanks to skinnytaste.com!
1 cup cooked quinoa (cooked in the solar cooker, of course!)
1 can chickpeas
1 tomato, diced
1 cucumber, cut into small pieces
1/8 red onion, diced
juice of 1.5 limes
2 T chopped cilantro
1 avocado, diced
Stir all the ingredients together and serve! I cooked the quinoa outside on a sunny afternoon at about 3:30. It actually worked! I have been having a terrible time getting the cooker to maintain high enough temperatures, but today everything was perfect! (It's worth mentioning that I would probably have an easier time if I adjusted the cooker more frequently, but come on - it's hot out there!)
Rating: Culinary wise - success! I loved it, and both kids refused to touch it. Apparently they don't like quinoa. This is my second try at feeding it to them, and no dice yet. I'm going to make another effort later to see if I can sneak it in though!
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