You can enjoy the Power Grain Bowls for breakfast and for lunch. They can be also enjoyed on the go.
This dish is rich in fiber, protein, magnesium, manganese, iron, copper, phosphorus and zinc. Teff is additionally a great source of calcium.
Crickets are an unusual, but highly nutritious addition. They are a complete protein source,
rich in essential amino acids.
Grain Base: 240 g = 1½ cups
• Black Quinoa
• Red Lentils
• Or other grains, seeds or legumes of your choice
Savory Version: 240 g = 8½ oz
• Crickets or Cricket Flour
• Spirulina Powder
• To taste – Apple cider vinegar
• Extra virgin olive oil: Castillo de Canena Biodynamic Picual
• To taste – Salt
These grains and seeds don’t require pre-soaking. Boil them separately in salted water.
Tip: Rinse the quinoa many times before cooking to remove saponin. Quinoa is done when it looks like it has popped open, revealing the germ of the kernel.
Cut and slice the vegetables. Assemble the dish as in the photo or to your liking.