St. Luke's Chef Demonstrates Cooking With Quinoa

Its Nice to see a proper chef demonstrating exactly how to cook quinoa. To view the demonstration just click on the link below. I think I can safely say that quinoa is now becoming a mainstream food ingredient. Most people have heard of it and at least know how to prepare it.

St. Luke's Chef Demonstrates Cooking With Quinoa

"Using an electric mixer, combine the eggs, vanilla, milk and the cooked quinoa. Add the butter and mix until smooth. 3. Sift together all of the dry ingredients, and then add them gradually to the wet mixture while mixing until smooth. 4. Place the …KMVT"


While I was on holiday I visited the Eden Project in Cornwall. They had quinoa and amaranth growing side by side in one of the domes. I have taken video and photos of it and will post them soon on this site.

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My name is Ken and I am the author of The Quinoa Cookbook. My book is the top selling book worldwide on how to cook quinoa and has over 70 quinoa recipes included.
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