Tabouli Ingredients: 1 C of cooked and cooled quinoa, 1 cup of finely chopped parsley, 2 tomatoes finely chopped, 1 Tbs of chopped fresh mint, 1/2 of a small white onion chopped, 1 Jalapeño sliced and served on the side, Salt to taste. *Combine with dressing and fold all the ingredients together.
Dressing Ingredients: 3 oz of olive oil, Juice of one lemon, 1 crushed garlic clove, 2 pinches of dried mint, salt to taste. *Stir together.
Featured Recipe Kicked Up Quinoa Tabouli
Created by Soraya
Parsley High in iron, potassium, vitamins A & C. Choosing this one herb aids in optimal health and healing!
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Begin with a mindful approach toward eating with an attitude of joyful living and a thankful heart:
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