Moroccan Harissa and Sesame Quinoa Balls on Griddled Asparagus Salad with a Creamy Harissa Dressing

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The first time I ate quinoa was one of the greatest ingredient discoveries of my life. It’s been said that the most delicious foods are often the worst for us or at least to be eaten in moderation. In many cases I have to agree, wouldn’t it be great if eating chocolate all day, peanut butter and jam sandwiches and freely adding vegan butter to mashed potatoes was good for us?

It’s not always the case though of course, I happen to love my vegetables, not just because they’re so good for me but because they are flavourful, colourful, versatile things that always cheer a plate of food up. Can you imagine a plate of plain white rice with no flash of green or orange? Food would be dull and lifeless without vegetables. Some vegetables are even on par on the excitement scale with treats like chocolate – offer me…

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2 comments on “Moroccan Harissa and Sesame Quinoa Balls on Griddled Asparagus Salad with a Creamy Harissa Dressing

  1. Thing here I have to comment, is the Harissa! You can buy Harissa in can’s on the supermarket, for ex. the Harissa “cap bon”. But if you ever tasted the REAL Harissa, made fresh of Moroccon, Algerian or Tunisian chef/houswife, you never wnat the canned stuff again!
    I tried making it myself, and it works, but it’s a little bit of a hazzle, because you need access to good salted lemons, and it takes time to make yourself.

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