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February 10, 2014

Quinoa Kale Patties

Filed under: Appetizer, Food, Healthy, Prep2eat, Quinoa — Tags: , , — prep2eat @ 10:19 am

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My first attempt at Quinoa Kale Patties did not produce a perfect look but were so tasty I prepared them once again.

I was trying to cut down on the number of egg yolks so used only egg whites. I now realize a yolk or two would help the binding of the mixture to produce prettier patties.

Below is the link to the exact recipe:

http://www.cherylstyle.com/showcase/healthy-kale-quinoa-patties-recipe/?utm_source=facebook

I will definitely continue to make these healthy, full-flavored patties as a side dish or appetizer. Can’t wait for more, Mmm.

Easy prep, quick cook, huge flavor…try some soon!

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2 Comments »

  1. My husband and I have been noting lately how many times we are seeing kale and quinoa mentioned in cookbooks, magazine articles, etc. Seems as if everyone but us is eating these two things. And now, you have this fabulous recipe combining the two. Just may have to try this one!

    Comment by Rusha Sams — February 10, 2014 @ 1:07 pm

    • Hi Rusha,
      I actually enjoy Kale more than spinach, although I do eat spinach in a salad. Kale appears to be rougher, but there is no flavor, just nutrients. Kale is wonderful in a stew, soup and in this quinoa recipe.

      Quinoa is full of protein and is a grain. It cooks up easily and is a nice option to use instead of rice or pasta. Try the recipe above. It is worth the process 🙂

      Comment by prep2eat — February 10, 2014 @ 4:50 pm


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