Yield: Yields about 8 cups
You can add plain cooked quinoa to soup just as you would plain rice or barley, but this recipe takes that to a whole new level, infusing the quinoa with ginger, star anise, and cinnamon. The soup is delicious hot or cold.
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Very good. I may blend it next time so its not so chunky. Nice flavor, though.
This is one of my favorite recipes! Healthy and truly flavorful! I would NOT skip the step of of adding the aromatics to the quinoa...well worth the extra effort. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
Absolutely fantastic recipe! Big winner with all friends who have tried it, including a professional chef. Great hot or cold. I always make a double batch or it would be gone too fast. After making it several times I cut the star anise in half, or take it out sooner to soften its contribution.
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