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Broccoli and Orange Almond Quinoa Salad

kept byRadhika

ExamplHakurei Turnips (round white roots) – The secret of these is eating them raw. They are tenderer, jucier, and much sweeter than a radish, and without the super spicy afterbite. People ask for ways to cook them, and I say “eat em raw!” The leaves of the turnip are delicious in a salad, or can be steamed. They are a delicate, un-spicy version of arugula


■1 cup quinoa
■1 head brocolli & stalk, chopped (in CSA Basket)
■3 spring onions, chopped
■1 bunch parsley, chopped
■5-6 radishes, diced
■5-6 hakurei turnips, diced (see below)
■1/2 cup raw almonds
■2-4 mandarins
■2 oranges, juiced



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