Quinoa and Black Beans

 

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Mix quinoa into the saucepan and cover with the broth. Season with cumin, cayenne pepper, salt, and pepper. Bring the mixture to a boil. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer 20 minutes, Stir frozen corn into the saucepan, and continue to simmer about 5 minutes until heated through. Mix in the black beans, cilantro and lime juice.

Very flavorful alternative to black beans and rice. Quinoa is a nutty grain from South America. By 3LIONCUBS.

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As superfoods, quinoa and black beans contain the vitamins and minerals you need to help fight cancer, lower cholesterol, and so much more. The benefits are endless. Learn more about the health benefits of quinoa here. Mix quinoa into onion mixture and cover with vegetable broth; season with cumin, cayenne pepper, salt, and pepper. Bring the mixture to a boil.

Cover, reduce heat, and simmer until quinoa is tender and broth is absorbed, about 20 minutes. Step 3. Spicy quinoa and black beans is the ultimate healthy yet satisfying (and scrumptious!) dish.

And it’s a really easy, one-pot meal! It’s vegan-friendly and is packed with nutrient-rich grains, vegetables, beans, and tons of flavor. This Vegan Quinoa and Black Beans cooks up so fast and easy. It has black beans, corn, lime, and cilantro all of the Mexican flavors that folks crave so often.

Although it appears and tastes grain-like, quinoa is actually a small seed. Rinse quinoa thoroughly by placing in a fine-mesh strainer and holding under cold running water until water runs clear; drain well. 2 In 2-quart saucepan, heat. Directions. In a large skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat.

Add onion, red pepper, celery and seasonings; cook and stir 5-7 minutes or until vegetables are. ½ cup canned black beans, rinsed 2 tablespoons broth, (or water) ½ cup hot cooked quinoa. In a bowl, combine 2 1/2 cups precooked quinoa, 1 can (10 oz) black beans (drained and rinsed), 1 cup grape tomatoes (halved), and 1/2 avocado (chopped).

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Most plant foods—except for soy, buckwheat, quinoa, and hemp—contain proteins that are lacking in one of more of the essential amino acids and are best eaten in combination (such as beans and rice) at meals or during the day.

“The Athlete’s Guide to Diabetes” by Sheri R. Colberg
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by Sheri R. Colberg
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If you are too busy it is acceptable to use canned legumes and there are many to choose from such as baked beans, chickpeas, soy beans, chili beans, red kidney beans, three and four bean mix, butter beans, and lentils.

“The Liver Cleansing Diet” by Sandra Cabot MD
from The Liver Cleansing Diet
by Sandra Cabot MD
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I think you will totally enjoy this bean-free recipe, which is low in starch and has no lectins.

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by Maria Emmerich
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Add black beans and continue cooking until heated through and quinoa is tender, about 10 minutes.

“The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life” by Dr. Joel Fuhrman
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by Dr. Joel Fuhrman
Hay House, 2014

Soaking and cooking of five legumes (white kidney bean, red kidney bean, lentil, chickpea, and white gram) resulted in significant reduction in phytic acid and tannin contents.

“Handbook of Plant Food Phytochemicals: Sources, Stability and Extraction” by Brijesh K. Tiwari, Nigel P. Brunton, Charles Brennan
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by Brijesh K. Tiwari, Nigel P. Brunton, Charles Brennan
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One cup of lentils, green beans, chickpeas (garbanzo beans), split peas or kidney beans served with wholegrain carbohydrates will provide your daily protein needs.

“The Eczema Diet: Eczema-safe food to stop the itch and prevent eczema for life” by Karen Fischer
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My recommendation is to start experimenting with quinoa, because I consider it one of the most accessible of all whole grains, and because it’s so easy to cook.

“The Lose Your Belly Diet: Change Your Gut, Change Your Life” by Travis Stork, M.D.
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Beans don’t provide complete amino-acid proteins (with the exception of soybeans), so they must be combined with whole grains such as brown rice for optimal nutritional benefits.

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food in your menus, cooked legumes (such as a bowl of beans from a salad bar, or lentils, peas, or beans in a warm soup) would be a wise choice because they provide protein, iron, and zinc and contain very little fat.

“Becoming Raw: The Essential Guide to Raw Vegan Diets” by Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina
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whole nuts or seeds, soy miso with vegetable broth, tamari with vegetable broth or umeboshi plums, and tempeh with quinoa and black beans.

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  • This is a great recipe. Try it any time of year. Go as nuts with the veggies as you like. It’s simple and keeps for several days in the fridge. Great for lunches to take to work….Thanks for posting

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