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Energy Booster Quinoa Salad

Energy Booster Quinoa Salad

Mango & Black Bean Quinoa Salad from Alaska From Scratch

Mango & Black Bean Quinoa Salad

Tex-Mex Quinoa Salad with Cumin Lime Vinaigrette

Tex-Mex Quinoa Salad with Cumin Lime Vinaigrette

Chef Mike Isabella’s Shrimp Scampi  **Using white wine and low-sodium chicken broth in place of butter, this Italian favorite from chef Mike Isabella cuts the calories of the traditional dish in half. Shrimp is a lean source of protein, so you can enjoy this dinner without worrying about your cholesterol. Mangia!

Chef Mike Isabella’s Shrimp Scampi **Using white wine and low-sodium chicken broth in place of butter, this Italian favorite from chef Mike Isabella cuts the calories of the traditional dish in half. Shrimp is a lean source of protein, so you can enjoy this dinner without worrying about your cholesterol. Mangia!

Spring Quinoa Salad tossed with peas, fresh herbs, feta, bacon, and almonds, plus a homemade Honey Lemon Vinaigrette.

Spring Quinoa Salad with Honey Lemon Vinaigrette

Spring Quinoa Salad tossed with peas, fresh herbs, feta, bacon, and almonds, plus a homemade Honey Lemon Vinaigrette.

This Black Bean and Sweet Corn Quinoa Salad is simple and delicious, not to mention refreshingly light and healthy.

Black Bean and Sweet Corn Quinoa Salad

This Black Bean and Sweet Corn Quinoa Salad is simple and delicious, not to mention refreshingly light and healthy.

Black Bean-and-Quinoa Salad | Ken Oringer believes chefs need to make a point of eating healthy dishes when they can, so he includes protein-rich quinoa in his diet at least three times a week. Here he mixes the grain with black beans, onions and peppers to make a hearty and very satisfying side dish that's a fun variation on prosaic five-bean salad.

Black Bean-and-Quinoa Salad

Black Bean-and-Quinoa Salad | Ken Oringer believes chefs need to make a point of eating healthy dishes when they can, so he includes protein-rich quinoa in his diet at least three times a week. Here he mixes the grain with black beans, onions and peppers to make a hearty and very satisfying side dish that's a fun variation on prosaic five-bean salad.

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