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Tiny Hero Golden Quinoa, 5 Pound

We’ve cultivated a new variety of quinoa with a great taste, a heartier texture, and a shorter cooking time – our easy cook variety is ready in just 12 minutes! It’s more rice-like than your typical quinoa, making it ideal as a side dish, salad base, or addition to soups and stews. Get Golden Quinoa recipes and more information at tinyherofoods.com.

Product Features

  • NEW VARIETY – Tiny Hero Golden Quinoa is completely different from Bolivian White quinoa. It has a nuttier flavour and a heartier texture that binds together better than other quinoa (more rice-like).
  • EASY COOK, just boil like pasta! Boil 4 cups of water, add 1 cup Tiny Hero Golden Quinoa, simmer for 12-15 minutes, and drain well with a strainer. It’s so easy, even your kids can help cook it! If you start now, you’ll be chowing down in 15 minutes, tops.
  • GROWN IN CANADA – We grow, harvest, and package our bulk quinoa in Western Canada. And of course, it’s pre-washed, non-GMO, gluten-free, kosher, and 100% whole grain.
  • COMPLETE PROTEIN – Tiny Hero Golden Quinoa is the seed of the Chenopodium quinoa plant and has 6g of protein per serving. It’s Heart Healthy and is a great replacement for rice in cookbook recipes. Just substitute Tiny Hero Golden Quinoa for rice!

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Ignore the water amount or you’ll have mush

Anonymous says:

This is prewashed Golden Quinoa so you don’t have to rinse in fine screen strainer In the “Instant Pot” cook 1 cup quinoa in 2 cup water or broth. Set manual pressure cooking setting for 2 minute. All the liquid will be absorbed so no need to drain. Delicious quick and easy. It isn’t golden after cooking it is grey taupe color. Some people cook in less liquid but I prefer not so chewy quinoa. This brand does not require rinsing which makes it easier to cook than non prewashed quinoa.Update: I leave a good review and now the price increased up $5 higher for this product…

Anonymous says:

Nice flavor and texture I am a quinoa fan and typically buy at mixture of white, red, and black quinoa. I decided to try this variety when I saw it pop up in recommendations.It’s a tasty product. It does have a slightly different flavor to me; a little sweeter and nuttier and less earthy. I found that to be a pleasant change. I didn’t find this to be bitter at all.The cooking directions are quite different from other quinoa; you add 4 cups water to 1 cup quinoa and cook as you do pasta…

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