Chef’s Table: The freshest of fare with a citrus twist

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5th September, 2021
Chef’s Table: The freshest of fare with a citrus twist
A Thai-style pomelo and shrimp salad and a quinoa salad with watercress and avocado with a citrus vinaigrette

Quinoa is a wonderful nutritious food, cultivated from Ecuador for more than 7,000 years. It is high in amino acids, vitamin B6 and is gluten free. It is also an excellent source of fibre. The rule of thumb is two parts water to one part quinoa.

Ingredients; serves six

250g quinoa

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