Quinoa is a herbaceous annual plant cultivated for its edible seeds. It primarily grows in South America as a grain crop. Quinoa is available in many colours. The most famous colour of Quinoa is white, but black and red are also getting popular now. If we compare black Quinoa with white quinoa, it has a unique sweet and earthy taste. Lastly you also have a mixture of all three colours called ‘quinoa tricolor’.
Quinoa Black Origin
The Origin of Quinoa is South America, and it is a high altitude plant. It has been used as a major food item for thousands of years. Black Quinoa is a certified organic seed, not a grain. The growth of black Quinoa happens in arid and cool hilly regions of Bolivia and Peru. There are no artificial ingredients or additives used in the processing and growing of Quinoa. That’s why it is Non-GMO. As compared to its white counterpart, black Quinoa has a firm texture and earthier taste.
How to use Quinoa Black
Quinoa is an excellent addition to any rice recipe and easy to use. It can also be added in soups, porridges, and salads. Having Quinoa in your kitchen is great because of its scrumptious taste and convenience. You can serve Quinoa instead of couscous or rice as cold or hot. Start your day fresh with quinoa, cooked with porridge and fruits. It gives a fantastic taste when accompanied with soups and hotpots, herbed with fresh fish, stir-fries and curries, and creates wonderful salads or side dishes. It is a perfect replacement of cracked wheat in Tabouli in capers, olives, roasted Mediterranean vegetables, and goat’s cheese.
Quinoa Black Wholesale
We supply quinoa black as a wholesaler. NutriBoost buys directly from the source and thus guarantees high quality and competitive prices.