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Quinoa Fried Rice

Quinoa Fried “Rice”

This quinoa fried “Rice” is AMAZING! Much more filling than rice and a million times more health…and the taste is AWESOME!

Enjoy!

Prep Time:
10-15 mins

Cook Time:
15 mins

Serves:
4-5

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

3 cups of cooking and chilled quinoa.
2 eggs (scrambled)
½ yellow onion (diced)
1 carrot (diced)
3 cloves garlic (minced)
2 tablespoons FRESH ginger (minced)
1 cup green peas
¼ cup olive oil.
2 tablespoons of sesame oil.
2 tablespoons soy sauce
Red chili peppers (optional)
4 spring onions (sliced)
Separate stalk from greens
Coriander (optional)

Instructions

  1. Coat pan with olive oil and scramble eggs…put aside.
  2. Add remaining olive oil into fresh pan.
  3. Turn heat to medium low.
  4. Add carrots and sauté for 1-2 minutes
  5. Add yellow onions and stalk part of spring onions…sauté for 1 minute.
  6. Add ginger and garlic.
  7. Sauté together for 1-2 minutes
  8. Add green peas and stir.
  9. Add sesame oil and stir.
  10. Add quinoa and mix all ingredients into quinoa.
  11. Add soy sauce and mix well.
  12. Add green part of spring onions
  13. Add slices of red chili (optional)
  14. Add egg
  15. Mix well and serve
  16. Top each serving with coriander (optional)
  17.  
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Ratatouille

Ratatouille

One of the most famous meals in Paris, France. This recipe is SUPER delicious and full of vitamins, minerals and healthy fiber.

Bon Appetit!

Prep Time:
10 mins

Cook Time:
20 mins

Serves:
4-5

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

6 cloves of garlic (thinly sliced)
2 yellow onions (sliced)
1 large eggplant (sliced into bite size)
1 red capsicum (sliced into bite-size pieces)
1 green zucchini (sliced into bite size pieces)
1 yellow squash (sliced into bite size pieces)
15-20 cherry tomatoes (cut ½ of them in half and leave the others whole)
¼ cup of olive oil.
1 cup tomato sauce
Fresh thyme 3-5 tablespoons (to taste)
Fresh basil 10-15 leaves (to taste)
1 teaspoon of salt
½ teaspoon of black pepper

Instructions

  1. Turn heat to medium low.
  2. Add 1/3 of olive oil into pot.
  3. Add onions, garlic and red capsicum into pot.
  4. Add ½ teaspoon of salt into pot
  5. Stir pot every few minutes.
  6. Put frying pan on another burner and turn flame into medium low.
  7. Coat pan with 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil.
  8. Sauté eggplant in frying pan until lightly brown on both sides.
  9. Put eggplant into a bowl.
  10. Add cut tomatoes and tomato sauce to pot.
  11. Add 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil into frying pan again.
  12. Sauté green zucchini same as eggplant.
  13. Put finished zucchini into separate bowl
  14. Add 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil into frying pan again.
  15. Add yellow squash and sauté.
  16. Add eggplant, zucchini, squash, ½ teaspoon of salt and pepper.
  17. Add whole tomatoes and basil to pot and stir.
  18. Cover and allow to cook for 3 minutes.
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Thai Salad

Let’s have a taste of Thai nutrition today! This is a very healthy vegetable salad with sweet, crunchy red cabbage, red capsicum, carrots, ginger and edamame beans for a Japanese twist. You’ll simply love the peanut butter and sesame oil dressing! Peanut butter has fibre, vitamins, protein and healthy fats. The best peanut butter to use is the one with no hydrogenated fats and sugar.

Prep Time:
15 mins

Cook Time:
10 mins

Serves:
4

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

3x Cup of Cooked RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa
2x Cup of Red Cabbage
1x Red Capsicum (chopped)
1x Cup of Grated Carrot
1x Cup of Cooked Edamame Beans
1x Tablespoon of Ginger (shredded)
1x Teaspoon of Chilli Flakes

Dressing:
1x Tablespoon of Peanut Butter
5x Limau limes
2x Tablespoons of Honey
1x Tablespoon of Sesame Oil
Salt
Black Pepper

This recipe requires cooked quinoa. Click here to learn how to cook quinoa.

 

Want extra nutritious? Extra delicious?
Add some coriander and/or ground peanuts for extra flavour.

RESTORE™ Tip:

This salad is delicious as a complete lunch meal or appetiser. Enjoy!

We hope you enjoyed this SUPER nutritious, SUPER delicious meal.
For more recipes, click here. Cheers to your health!

Instructions

1) First, cook the edamame beans and remove them from their pods. Chill and set aside.

2) Next, grate the carrot and chop the red cabbage and red capsicum. Shred the ginger. Set aside.

3) Pour the chilled quinoa into a large bowl and add the carrots, red cabbage, red capsicum, ginger and edamame beans. Set aside.

4) Next, make the dressing. Start with peanut butter. Add the peanut butter, honey and sesame oil into a bowl.

5) Then, squeeze the strained lime juice  into the bowl.

6) Mix well with a spoon until smooth.

7) Pour the dressing over the salad and mix thoroughly.

8) Season with salt and black pepper according to taste.

9) Grab your fork. Serve and enjoy!

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Supreme Salad

Quinoa Salad Supreme

This is one of our MOST POPULAR quinoa salads! Once you make it, you’ll see why. Just look at the ingredients… Carrots. Red capsicum. Raisins. Lemon juice. Mint. Turmeric. The health in this is OFF THE CHARTS!! And it’s so delicious too. Here’s how to make it…

Prep Time:
15 mins

Cook Time:
10 mins

Serves:
4

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

1 1/2x Cup of Cooked and Chilled RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa( white or tri-colour )
1x Cup of Raisins
1/2 Cup of Chopped Mint
3-4x Finely Chopped Spring Onion 
1x Chopped Red Capsicum
2-3x Grated Carrots

Dressing:
Juice of 1x Lemon
2-3x Teaspoons of Honey
2x Tablespoons of Sesame Oil
4x Tablespoons of Olive Oil
1x Teaspoon of Powdered Turmeric
Black Pepper
Salt

This recipe requires cooked quinoa. Click here to learn how to cook quinoa.

RESTORE™ Tip:

This salad is delicious as a complete lunch meal or appetiser. Enjoy!

We hope you enjoyed this SUPER nutritious, SUPER delicious meal.
For more recipes, click here. Cheers to your health!

Instructions

1) Pour the quinoa into a large bowl.

2) Grate the carrots and thinly slice the spring onion.  Chop the red capsicum and mint leaves.

3) Add the carrots, spring onion, red capsicum, raisins, turmeric and mint leaves into the bowl with the chilled quinoa.

4) Next make the dressing. Start by adding juice of the lemon into a bowl.

5) Add the honey, sesame oil, olive oil and turmeric and mix well.

6) Pour the dressing over salad and toss well.

7) Season to taste with a pinch of salt and black pepper to your taste.

8) Grab a spoon. Serve and enjoy!

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Spanish Fusion Quinoa Salad

Spanish Fusion Quinoa Salad

Holá, amigos! And selamat makan!

That means “Hello, friends” and “Happy Eating!”. The reason we’re bilingual today is because we have a special fusion salad with Spanish and Asian flavours.

This salad has 8 different ingredients of vegetables, beans and fruits so imagine the amount of health in this recipe!

This dish is PERFECT as a lunch meal, a side dish for dinner or even a cold snack!

Here’s how to make it…

Prep Time:
15 mins

Cook Time:
10 mins

Serves:
4

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

2x Cup of Cooked and Chilled RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa
1/2 Red Onion (chopped)
1x Whole Yellow Capsicum (chopped)
1x Cup of Tomatoes (chopped)
1x Cup of Black Beans ( drained and rinsed )
1x Cup of Sweet Corn (frozen or canned. Use kernels, NOT CREAM! )
1x Cup of Coriander (chopped)
2x Stalks of Spring Onions (chopped)
1/2 of an Avocado (sliced) OPTIONAL
1x Cup of grated Cheddar Cheese ( sharp or mild to taste )

Salad Sauce:
4-5x Limau limes ( juiced )
3x Tablespoons of Virgin Olive Oil
1x Teaspoon of Chilli Powder ( to taste )
1x Tablespoon of Cumin ( to taste )
Salt (to taste)
Black Pepper (to taste)

This recipe requires cooked and chilled quinoa.
Click here to learn how to cook quinoa.


!! NOTE: If you’re using canned vegetables, wash
and rinse them first  to get rid of the salt and preservatives !!

RESTORE™ Tip:

FRESH vine tomatoes are best for this salad. However, you can also use cherry tomatoes or chopped canned tomatoes if you like! We hope you enjoyed this SUPER nutritious, SUPER delicious meal.

For more recipes, click here. Cheers to your health!

Instructions

1) Prepare your vegetables. Chop the spring onions, red onions, coriander, yellow capsicum and tomatoes.

2) In a large bowl, add the chilled RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa.

3) Then, add the spring onions, red onions, coriander, yellow capsicum, black beans, tomatoes and grated cheese! Set aside.

4) Now, make the salad sauce. In a separate bowl, juice the limau over a strainer. Then add the Virgin Olive Oil.

5) Next, add to the sauce the chilli powder, cumin, black pepper and salt. Stir well.

6) Pour the dressing over the salad and toss the salad very well.

7) Grab a plate and spoon the salad onto it.

8) Garnish with slices of avocado and coriander.

9) Grab a spoon. Time to ENJOY!

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Roasted Garlic

Roasted Garlic

Garlic is AMAZING! Garlic is POWERFUL!

MOST ancient civilisations used garlic to fight heart disease, cancer and other ailments. It’s also an anti-parasitic. Maybe that’s why vampires are so afraid of garlic!

Raw garlic is nastyyy to eat but when cooked the right way, it’s so tasty you’ll eat the WHOLE THING! Here’s how…

Prep Time:
3 mins

Cook Time:
45 mins

Serves:
1 – 2

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

1x Whole Garlic
1 Tablespoon Virgin Olive Oil
Salt
Black Pepper

 

You will also need:
Tin Foil

!! NOTE: This recipe requires an OVEN !!

RESTORE™ Tip:

We hope you enjoyed this SUPER SIMPLE way to enjoy garlic on its own.
For more recipes, click here. Cheers to your health!

Instructions

1) Preheat the oven to 200°C.

2) Next, take the garlic and cut the top off with a knife. Peel the skin off.

3) Lay out the aluminium foil and place the garlic on top.

4) Pour the olive oil over the garlic and season with a pinch of salt and black pepper ( to taste ).

5) Bundle the garlic into the tin foil and fold the top tightly but leave room for garlic to ‘breathe”

6) Pop the tin foil bundle into the oven and let the garlic cook for 45 minutes.

7) Once cooked, carefully unwrap the tin foil.

8) It is now time to enjoy your SUPER HEALTHY YUMMI-LICIOUS GARLIC!

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Mint Pea Quinoa

Mint Pea Quinoa

Peas are one of our favourite ingredients! The tasty green pea has an impressive amount of nutrition. It is low in calories and contains just about every vitamin and mineral your body needs. Plus, it is SUPER DELICIOUS when combined with mint!

In this recipe, we mix peas with RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa to make a simple meal that’s PACKED with nutrients, fibre health.
Here’s how to make it…

Prep Time:
20 mins

Cook Time:
10 mins

Serves:
4

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

1 Cup of Cooked and Chilled RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa ( white or tri-colour )  
1x Spring Onion (finely chopped)
1x Green Peas
1x Cup of Chopped Mint Leaves
1/2 Lemon
Salt
Black Pepper

This recipe requires cooked quinoa. Click here to learn how to cook quinoa.

You can use canned green peas for this recipe too. Remember to drain and rinse before use.

RESTORE™ Tip:

Want extra nutritious? Extra delicious?
Enjoy this dish with a fried egg.

We hope you enjoyed this SUPER nutritious, SUPER delicious meal.
For more recipes, click here. Cheers to your health!

Instructions

1) Chop the spring onion and mint leaves. Set aside.

2) Pour the chilled quinoa into a large bowl.

3) Add the green peas, spring onion and mint.

4) Next, juice the half lemon and add the juice into the bowl.

5) Season with a pinch of salt and black pepper (optional).   

6) Grab a spoon. Serve and enjoy!

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Mexican Quinoa Fiesta

Magical Mexican Quinoa Fiesta

You can make a 5-Star Deee-LICOUS Gourmet meal with this recipe!

It’s “gourmet” because it tastes so good and is soooo healthy. And it’s SO EASY to cook!

This recipe is Perfect as a complete lunch meal or as dinner with a fried egg and grilled chicken

Prep Time:
15 mins

Cook Time:
15 mins

Serves:
4

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

1x Cup of Uncooked RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa ( White or Tri-Color )
2x Cups of Water.
1x Cup of Cooked Black Beans ( drained and rinsed )
1x Cup of Sweet Corn (frozen or canned. Use kernels, NOT CREAM! )
1x Cup of Yellow Onion (chopped)
1x Whole Red Capsicum (chopped)
1x Teaspoon of Salt 
½ Teaspoon Black Pepper (optional)
2x Heaping Teaspoon of Cumin powder
1x Heaping Teaspoon of Chilli Powder ( to taste ) 


!! NOTE: If you’re using canned vegetables, wash and rinse them first  to get rid of the salt and preservatives !!

RESTORE™ Tip:

Want extra nutritious? Extra delicious?
Enjoy this dish with a fried egg.

We hope you enjoyed this SUPER nutritious, SUPER delicious meal.
For more recipes, click here. Cheers to your health!

Instructions

1)  Wash Quinoa and add to wok.

2) Add water.

3) Add all ingredients.

4) Cover and bring to boil.

5) When boiling leave cover on wok, lower flame to LOW.

6) Cook on LOW heat EXACTLY 15 minutes.

7) After 15 minutes, remove cover and stir.

8) Replace cover.

9) Turn flame OFF.

10) Allow to sit for 2-3 minutes.

11) Uncover and SERVE!

Note: Can Add cheddar cheese after cooking/OPTIONAL

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Mango Mint Walnut Quinoa Salad

Mango Mint Walnut Quinoa Salad

Mango is high in Vitamin C and minerals. Walnuts are brain food with lots of Omega-3. Mint is just delicious. When made into a salad with RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa and drizzled with fragrant coconut oil, this is a tasty afternoon lunch that’s PACKED with fibre, Omega-3 and health. Here’s how to make it…

Prep Time:
20 mins

Cook Time:
10 mins

Serves:
4

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

1 Cup of Cooked and chilled RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa
1x Cup of Chopped Mango
1/4 Cup of Chopped Walnut
1 1/2x Cup of Chopped Mint Leaves
2-3x Tablespoon of Coconut Oil


This recipe requires cooked quinoa. Click here to learn how to cook quinoa.

RESTORE™ Tip:

This recipe is a brain booster because of the Omega-3 in walnuts. If your diet needs more Omega-3, try our RESTORE™ Chia which contains TWICE the amount of Omega-3 found in walnuts, and 8X the omega 3 in salmon!

We hope you enjoyed this SUPER nutritious, SUPER delicious salad. 
For more recipes, click here. Cheers to your health!

Instructions

1) Pour the chilled quinoa into a large bowl.

2) Add the mango, chopped walnuts and mint leaves.

3) Next, add in the coconut oil.

4) Stir all the ingredients together and mix well.

5) Grab a spoon. Serve and enjoy!

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Mango Black Bean Quinoa Salad

Mango Black Bean Quinoa Salad

This fusion salad will rock your health! It contains BLACK BEANS which are low in sodium and cholesterol BUT HIGH in minerals and vitamins. Moreso, black beans contain selenium which helps prevent inflammation. Tossed in a salad with our RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa and mango, this salad is ON FIRE with fibre, nutrition and health. Here’s how to make it…

Prep Time:
20 mins

Cook Time:
10 mins

Serves:
4

NOTE: To serve more people just increase as needed!

Ingredients:

1 Cup of Cooked RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa ( white or tri-colour )
1x Cup of Chopped Mango
1x Whole Yellow Capsicum
1x Cup of Cooked Black Beans
1x Clove of Garlic
3x Limau Limes
Salt
Black Pepper

This recipe requires cooked quinoa. Click here to learn how to cook quinoa.

Want extra nutritious? Extra delicious? Add walnuts nuts or pumpkin seeds for an extra health boost.

RESTORE™ Tip:

You can use canned black beans for this recipe but remember to drain and rinse them first!

We hope you enjoyed this SUPER nutritious, SUPER delicious dish. For more recipes, click here. Cheers to your health!

Instructions

1) In a bowl, set aside the black beans.

2) Next, chop the mango and yellow capsicum into cubes. Set aside.

3) Mince the garlic. Set aside.

4) Get a big bowl and scoop the cooked and chilled quinoa into it.

5) Next, add the black beans, chopped garlic, mango and capsicums.

6) Next, add the limau juice. Squeeze the limau over a strainer and let the juice run into the salad.

7) Mix well.

8) Grab a spoon. Serve and enjoy!