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Meal Detail

 

Dinner

Quinoa Cakes with Avocado Cream, Orange Broccolini & Fennel Blood Orange Salad

 


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Prep
Difficulty
Medium

30 mins

Time
Estimate
30 mins

Cook the quinoa first or use leftovers. When it is cool enough to handle, shape the quinoa patties and bake.
Make the orange sauce.
Slice and toss the blood oranges & fennel.
Whip up the avocado cream.
Steam the broccolini in the last several minutes and serve.


Recipes for this Meal


Winter
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Quinoa Patties

Egg. Quinoa. Almonds. That’s pretty much it for these happy little patties that make a perfect vegetarian main dish. Use any leftover quinoa recipe. Mince up cooked veggies or herbs to doll these up a bit. If you can’t do nuts, substitute breadcrumbs for the almond meal*.


Winter
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Orange Broccolini

Simple, elegant and a bit divine, orange juice is reduced to a syrup and tossed with lightly steamed broccolini. The reduced orange juice is a lovely burnt amber, but using blood orange juice will create a deep magenta hue.


Winter
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Fennel & Blood Orange Salad

A Sicilian favorite tosses together these two ingredients for a simple, elegant salad. But, if you insist on lettuce, go for it. Just plop these sweet, floral, licorice-y flavors on top. You may even consider something bitter as the leafy green, such as arugula to balance the sweetness.


Winter
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Avocado Cream

Substitute this for sour cream in recipes you want to make vegan, especially for Mexican or Caribbean-style dishes. Or serve it with fish or seafood. Double this recipe and use a blender to save time and to attain a better consistency. If storing, drizzle a little lemon juice on top and seal with a lid or plastic wrap.