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Lime, Mint and Olive Quinoa Salad

This recipe for a quick but delicious quinoa salad, from our friend Bintu Hardy’s blog Recipes from a Pantry, has become a regular favourite for our deliciously nutty and light British Quinoa. Take a helping of one of my favourite Sierra Leonean side dishes – aka groun soup (with a lime and onion base). Add […]

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30-minute British fava bean hummus

Split dried fava beans make a delicious alternative to chickpeas as the basis for hummus, with the great advantage that they don’t need soaking and quickly cook to a creamy consistency without the need for a food processor.

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Lindsey’s quinoa with roasted garlic mushrooms and eggs

We’re reproducing this recipe and blog post with the kind permission of Lindsey Dickson who writes about local food and rural living on her blog The Eating Tree. You can find the original post here. We can vouch for the fact that as well as being easy to follow and beautifully illustrated, her recipes are […]

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Trinity’s Warm Quinoa Medley Salad

Trinity Bourne shares a recipe for a bright and fresh quinoa salad, originally published in her book Trinity’s Conscious Kitchen. This is a colourful medley of delicious, super health affirming foods. Not only is quinoa a rich source of protein, containing all 9 essential amino acids, it also boasts impressive levels of manganese, phosphorus and […]

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Two years of British beans and peas (and quinoa)

Back in 2012 when we founded Hodmedod it was nigh on impossible to reliably find British-grown pulses in the shops – and the range was tiny. Two years on and we’ve got 16 varieties of dried British peas and beans available (plus 6 types of snack, 3 kinds in cans and, of course, our Essex […]

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