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Spicy Lemon Quinoa

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This recipe for spicy lemon quinoa is an ideal accompaniment to steamed halibut.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, October Fall 2007
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  • spulley
    25 JAN, 2011
    I made this recipe this evening with a couple of changes and loved it. One cup of quinoa cooked in two cups of chicken broth (about 14 mins) let stand for 15 minutes. I omitted the pine nuts. Will make again, good accompaniment to fish
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  • TexasTraveler
    19 JUL, 2009
    Follow the proportions in the recipe from Martha, unless you want it to be the consistency of mush!
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  • Since1982
    14 JAN, 2009
    Because of the controversy over the amount of water necessary for the recipe, I cooked the quinoa according to the instructions found at epicurious.com in their lemon quinoa recipe. This method produced a VERY fluffy result which was delightful. Beyond the cooking method for the quinoa, I followed the MSL recipe exactly and it was utterly delicious! What a great combination of flavors. I will be making this again and again.
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  • ee1
    9 JAN, 2009
    Wrong proportions for the quinoa.
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  • stylegirl
    30 JUL, 2008
    My guess is the recipe is referring to 2 cups cooked quinoa - that would be 1 c dry to 2-21/4 c water when cooking. 4 c cooked quinoa seems like way too much for the other ingredients in the recipe.
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  • cook2go
    10 JUN, 2008
    I just made this - but I increased the water to 4 cups, as 2 1/4 cups didn't seem like enough. I looked at several other recipes for quinoa, and they all had a two to one ratio of water to quinoa. Even the directions on my package said one cup quinoa to 2 cups water. Anyone have a problem with just the 2 /14 cups of water? Its delicious, by the way! taking it to a potluck dinner tonight.
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  • CarolWY
    8 MAR, 2008
    This is a lovely, flavorful side dish with just a bit of a crunch. It went great with the Roast Maple-Glazed Salmon at epicurious.com. Topped off with some sautn n n n ed asparagus, it made a delicious, eye-pleasing meal.
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  • jessicasherwood
    13 FEB, 2008
    This was so easy and delicious. I served it as a room temperature salad similar to couscous and everyone loved it. It's a wonderful simple supper or dish for sharing/entertaining.
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