“That’s the worst! I will never ever eat that again in my whole life!”
Famous last words from my soon to be 9 year old son. Oscar, our other child, didn’t like it either. So this was a complete fail if you are going to try it on kids or at least my kids. Maybe you’ll have better luck than we did at the dinner table. Fortunately, they had some “peace noodles” from Annie’s Organics. Oh well, we tried.
What they rejected my wife and I enjoyed. This is light, summer dish made for a great tasting main course with some rustic bread we picked up from the South Pasadena Farmers Market. You can use this recipe for lunch, dinner and probably even breakfast. The combination of strawberries, cucumbers and spinach made for a light but filling meal.
Combine it with some mozzarella cheese and you have an excellent way to enjoy quinoa, that is if you’re older than 10 and don’t think quinoa is the yuckiest thing on the planet.
The adventurous might also want to experiment with the dressing. The recipe is a simple honey balsamic vinegar dressing. A citrus based dressing would work will too and is something I will try next time when I make this again. Considering it’s 80 degrees in Los Angeles in February, I won’t have to wait until summer…
Full Recipe: [Strawberry Quinoa Balsamic Salad]