- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Sproutable, Vegan
- — Very Low in Saturated Fat & Sodium
- — Rich in Manganese, Dietary Fiber, Folate, Magnesium, and Phosphorus
- — Sprouting Grade, High Germination Rate
Enjoy Organic Black Quinoa for Extra-Delicious Taste
Quinoa is an ancient grain, and Organic Black Quinoa is a type that stands out due to its taste and color. This grain is quick to cook and very nutritious. You can use it in a variety of recipes, both sweet and savory. Black quinoa is very similar to other types of quinoa grain. However, it’s just a little bit more in every respect. It’s a bit sweeter and a little firmer than white and red types. It’s also a tiny bit more nutritious. Organic quinoa gives you some iron and calcium. It also has quite a bit of plant protein and fiber in every serving. Because it’s low in fats and reasonably low in calories for a grain, black quinoa is easy to include in any meal plan.
How to Cook Black Quinoa
You don’t have to pre-soak organic black quinoa, but it’s best if you do for at least five minutes. That’s because quinoa grain has a coating that makes it bitter. You can remove it by rinsing it under running water for about 30 seconds. However, soaking for a little while will be more effective. Black quinoa naturally has a mildly nutty flavor, which is a bit sweeter compared to its white counterpart. To cook organic black quinoa, put it in a pot to boil using 1 ¾ cups of water per 1 cup of quinoa grain. Season with a small amount of salt and bring the pot to a boil. Then, reduce heat to the lowest-level simmer and cover it. Do not stir quinoa, and do not remove the cover to keep all steam inside. Cook for about 25 minutes and drain cooked black quinoa in a strainer. This way, you’ll make it fluffy. Put the grain back into a hot pot and cover. Let it rest for about 10 minutes more and fluff it up with a fork before serving.