I like making foods that are also an alliteration. It brings together my two great loves: eating and wordy-ness.
Enter Quinoa Quiche.
It's what's for breakfast:
But first, a short diatribe:
I've dabbled in Gluten Free. I'm more or less sure gluten can be attributed to chronic sinus infections & the resulting feeling of cloudiness that floats in over my head when I've been stuffing myself with wheat and the like.
Of course we'll never be sure. I'm one of "those": I've dubbed myself The Convenient Gluten-Free-Iac; I know what's best for me... but it's really hard to attribute it if you a) don't know for certain (people tend to think you're making it up, or just doing it because it's "trendy") and b) if you aren't gonna die if you do eat it.
(Also I just love pizza. But that's beside the point.)
The point, my friends is that sometimes, let's say, as often as I can, I try to cut out the wheat/gluten where possible. Because in the long run, I just feel better. And that's what it's all about.
Quinoa is one of those things that's tasty and doesn't make me feel like I'm being overly healthy.
A few Christmases ago I made this recipe for a Christmas Brunch Quiche. The crust was made of hash-browns and various delicious cheeses. I got to thinking that maybe I could do that with Quinoa and here we are today.
I really liked this quiche, but I get to say that because I made it. Super light and it was nice in my lunch for a few days after. Bonus cuz: ain't nobody got time to make lunch these days.
^^^ I liked the little bit of spice the sriracha sauce added to the crust ^^