Learn how to make a Tabouli Salad in this video with Chef Billi Parisi.
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Billy Parisi: Welcome back to fixMyRecipe.com am Chef. Billy Parisi, and our next recipe goes to Jones Harbor of Medicine Wisconsin, She send us in a recipe complaining her Quinoa was a little soggy first of all Thank you so much for sending this in because i love Quinoa and cannot wait to cook it, secondly it is an easy fix so pay close attention you will be just fine. Jones first for Quinoa is 2 to 1 water to Quinoa and 3 to 1, that’s were your have going soggy very easy fix, we want to bring it to a boil then cover and simmer on low heat for about 20 minutes let it cool to room temperature and it is going to be just perfect, wow our Quinoa is cooking we might as well make a meal out of this since we already preparing it I got a cool little middle eastern recipe for Quinoa you are going to love it.
Our Quinoa has been cooling to room temperature for about 20 minutes this cooking procedure works perfect every single time its still got a little by to it, just what you are looking for, now we are just going to simply add all ingredients on and make a quick dish out of this.
Little bit of garlic, some lemon juice, calamata olives, some green onions, a table spoon each fresh parsley cilantro and mint, some beautiful watercress, and some awesome tomatoes and cucumbers, that was so nicely diced up and of course what is middle cuisine with a little Feta cheese in there, we are just going fold all the ingredients in it, and adjust some seasonings with salt pepper. It definitely needs some salt pepper. So good I just absolutely love the Quinoa Jones.
Thanks for writing this and I get to enjoy this whole meal myself, Its really easy fix for you don’t forget 2 to 1 water to Quinoa not 3 to 1, I am sure you got stuff to look similar creamily by the time its done. Jones thanks again I know you can do this remember no jobs to big no jobs to small here at fixmyrecipe.com.