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Broccoli & Quinoa Salad Dish

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A question by Roxie Ferguson, author of this article:
How would you change the ingredients from this dish? Have you ever thought of any substitutes to make it tastier?

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Isabel Wagner
Isabel Wagnersays:
Relevant commenter background or experience:Certified Pastry Afficionado

Just want to let you know how much I truly savor your recipes. I changed it up quite a bit: no cheese, used sliced apricots rather than dates, used a mixture of quinoa and rice, but kept the seasoning. The substitutions were made due to what was within the pantry (no dates, quinoa & rice were a packaged mix). The lemon & vegetable oil really makes the dish. It’s hearty but fresh. So healthy!

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Roxie Ferguson
Roxie Fergusonsays:
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I’m glad you want to share it with everyone, Isabel! I welcome you taking the time to make this comment. I’m happy to hear you enjoyed it!

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Christopher O'Neill
Christopher O'Neillsays:
Relevant commenter background or experience:I cook, and therefore I eat

Just have to say, please don’t discard the thick broccoli stems. Peel outer layer with potato peeler, then cut into long slices. It’s great for dipping into hummus or dips, or just eat as a quick and very healthy snack.

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Sundar Pichai
Sundar Pichaisays:
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The recipe said “Turn the oven to 180 degrees.” Now I have no idea what to do because the oven door is facing the wall.

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Nicolae Iorga
Nicolae Iorgasays:
Relevant commenter background or experience:Practical Food Writer from Botosani

Easy fix. Just read the recipe again.

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James Thurber
James Thurbersays:
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Or find a quicker recipe where you can set the oven at 360 degrees.

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Svetlana Tereshkova
Svetlana Tereshkovasays:
Relevant commenter background or experience:Neveragain deputy and former cosmonaut

You obviously just turned it on the wrong axis! It should still face you, just upside down.

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Friedrich Hölderlin
Friedrich Hölderlinsays:
Relevant commenter background or experience:Been eating since '89

I don’t regularly comment on recipes but this salad is so darn great! It’s easy to put together and the dressing is a nice combination of sweet and tangy. It was absolutely delicious!

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Roxie Ferguson
Roxie Fergusonsays:
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Good point Friedrich! You are very ambitious and I love it. I would suggest 5x as one recipe serves three. You could also try white wine vinegar or lemon juice. I hope it will be a hit!

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Isabel Wagner
Isabel Wagnersays:
Relevant commenter background or experience:Bread Baking Instructor (2012-present)

Hi, Roxie! Could you indicate a good place to start?

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Roxie Ferguson
Roxie Fergusonsays:
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Sure! I went with feta instead of cheddar cheese this time around. The dressing tied everything together excellently. It’s great to have a Mayo-free salad recipe out there that is full of life! Good luck.

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Svetlana Tereshkova
Svetlana Tereshkovasays:
Relevant commenter background or experience:Been eating since '37

This is one of those recipes that you make and try and then immediately think “I must share this with all my veggie-loving friends”!

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James Thurber
James Thurbersays:
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Can this be made the day before and refrigerated? Does it lose taste if made the day before?

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Roxie Ferguson
Roxie Fergusonsays:
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Certainly, this can be made one-two days ahead and refrigerated.

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Isabel Wagner
Isabel Wagnersays:
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I love that it’s healthy and full of flavour and such an easy thing to make at the beginning of the week (I double it) and eat for lunch all week long.

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Alice Glover
Alice Gloversays:
Relevant commenter background or experience:I bake bread & pastries in my own shop. (2015-present)

I made this using broccoli and cauliflower and I blanched the broccoli briefly. Didn’t use cheese and had mixed seeds not just sunflower.  This will be a summer favorite for sure!

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