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Here at the Make and Craft offices, we are lucky to have food trucks that come to our parking lot every Thursday, for lunch. A couple weeks ago, I had a quinoa burger from one of the trucks that was amazing! So now I’m on the hunt for a yummy quinoa burger recipe. This one from Eating Well… Living Thin looks pretty good. Anyone have a favorite quinoa burger recipe to pass along?
If you haven’t had quinoa (pronounced “keen-wa”) before, give it a try! It’s very nutritious: high in protein and fiber.

Laura Cochrane

I’m an editor at MAKE and CRAFT. I like hiking, biking, and etymology.


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  1. Stephanie N. says:

    Quinoa is also amazing is making your periods super light.
    It’s high in Magnesium, Protein and Fiber – all the things your body lacks during your period.
    I usually make a lot of put the rest away in the fridge. It keeps well and can be cooked with anything. We even put it on Pizza as a topping! It’s also fantastic on Nachos!

  2. Shelley says:

    !/2 mashed potatoes and 1/2 quinoa. So much better for you and delicious.

  3. Brittany says:

    I had the most amazing quinoa and hummus burger back in Melbourne. One of the many things I miss about that city.

  4. Tee Jay says:

    I love quinoa, it’s super good for you and so incredibly tasty but um… splenda? Way to turn an otherwise not too unhealthy recipe into something terrible for you. I recommend leaving that out or, if you need the added sweetness, use a small amount of chopped and soaked dates.
    Splenda. Weird.
    Eat REAL FOOD!

  5. Laura Cochrane says:

    Re: Splenda: agreed.
    I ended up making this recipe on Saturday, and I used a bit of blackstrap molasses instead of sugar/Splenda. I also added a pinch of garam masala. Yum. It was really good!