5 Fresh Quinoa Recipe Ideas


BEST QUINOA SALAD RECIPE EVER! (Colourful mint + turmeric salad)

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Crunchy Thai Quinoa Recipe | 20 Minute Meal Prep | Healthy + Quick + Easy

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3 Delicious Quinoa Recipes

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3 Easy Healthy Quinoa Salad Recipes | Just 5 Ingredients

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Easy 5 INGREDIENT Quinoa Recipes ���� vegan & gluten-free

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5 QUINOA RECIPES FOR THE WEEK �� Easy, Vegan, Healthy and Delicious! Yovana

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3 Healthy One Skillet Quinoa Recipes | Dinner Made Easy

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5 Fresh Quinoa Recipe Ideas 1. Gluten-free Quinoa Pancakes | Hungry Healthy Girl: How do you make a filling protein-packed pancake? Use quinoa! It’s 2. Coconut Quinoa Hazelnut Granola | Dietitian Debbie Dishes: Roasted hazelnuts and quinoa are perfectly paired with 3. Apple & Quinoa Kale Salad. Instructions Add quinoa and water to a large pot on the stove. Bring to a boil over high heat, then decrease to med-low heatn and Remove from heat, stirring quinoa once more.

Transfer to a large bowl and let cool for at least 30 minutes in the fridge. While quinoa. Find your favorite quinoa recipe. This zesty tabbouleh update mixes quinoa and fresh herbs together for a quick and healthy lunch option you can make ahead of time and eat throughout the week.

In a large serving bowl, combine the chickpeas, cucumber, bell pepper, onion and parsley. Set aside. In a small bowl, combine the olive oil, lemon juic. 1 cup uncooked quinoa 1 15 oz. can black beans, drained and rinsed 1 cup corn kernels, fresh or frozen 1 15 oz. can diced tomatoes 15 oz. enchilada sauce 1/2 tsp salt Tortilla chips for serving. Check out our best recipes for the supergrain quinoa, like this Asian-inspired dish with mushrooms and snow peas.

All Quinoa Recipes Ideas. Showing 1-18 of 224. Healthy Quinoa Recipes. Toasting quinoa, like with toasting nuts or other whole grains, draws out its aroma and deepens and intensifies its flavor. New York City chef and Chopped judge Amanda Freitag uses a gardenful of vegetables in this light yet hearty soup, making it the kind of dish that can be adapted to the seasons.

Try it in the spring with baby carrots and artichokes, fava beans, and asparagus. View Recipe: Tuna-Quinoa Toss A whole-grain protein bowl is the perfect solution for when lunch needs to be quick—as well as tasty, filling, and healthy. Cook quinoa ahead of time (or buy precooked, available in pouches near the rice).

Rinse the quinoa then add to a pot with 2 cups/500 ml water. Bring to a boil and stir frequently until all water is removed and quinoa is fluffy, about 15 minutes. While quinoa is cooking, wash and chop the peppers and cucumbers into small cubes. Chop walnuts, then add cooked quinoa, peppers and cucumbers into a large bowl.

Inspiration and Ideas Tips & Tricks How to Cook Quinoa. Quick-cooking quinoa nutricious and delicious! Learn more about quinoa nutrition and the different types available, and get tips for how to cook it.

Quinoa Vegetable Salad “This is a wonderful dish—light and very tasty! My four kids (ages 2 to 7) ate it up and asked for more!”.

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In addition to the recipes in this section, here are some suggestions for simple ways to use the Body Ecology Diet grainlike seeds: Make cream of buckwheat or quinoa flakes with stevia, cinnamon, vanilla, and ghee—or throw in small squares of nori as it’s cooking for a more savory flavor.

“The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity” by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz
from The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity
by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz
Hay House, 2011

4 Transfer the quinoa to a large mixing bowl and add the walnuts, cucumber, apple, cilantro, basil, parsley,

“Acid Reflux Diet & Cookbook For Dummies” by Patricia Raymond, Michelle Beaver
from Acid Reflux Diet & Cookbook For Dummies
by Patricia Raymond, Michelle Beaver
Wiley, 2014

Turn the quinoa into a serving bowl and season it to taste with salt and pepper Gently stir in the dried fruits, nuts, and herbs.

“Around My French Table: More than 300 Recipes from My Home to Yours” by Alan Richardson, Dorie Greenspan
from Around My French Table: More than 300 Recipes from My Home to Yours
by Alan Richardson, Dorie Greenspan
HMH Books, 2010

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: In the span of a decade, quinoa has gone from obscurity to mass consumption in America.

“The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook: A Fresh Guide to Eating Well With 700 Foolproof Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook: A Fresh Guide to Eating Well With 700 Foolproof Recipes
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2015

My recommendation is to start experimenting with quinoa, because I consider it one of the most accessible of all whole grains, and because it’s so easy to cook.

“The Lose Your Belly Diet: Change Your Gut, Change Your Life” by Travis Stork, M.D.
from The Lose Your Belly Diet: Change Your Gut, Change Your Life
by Travis Stork, M.D.
Bird Street Books, 2016

Click here for more information on quinoa.

“The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

I experimented successfully with new recipes and now I eat quinoa at least weekly.

“Heirloom Beans: Recipes from Rancho Gordo” by Vanessa Barrington, Steve Sando, Sara Remington
from Heirloom Beans: Recipes from Rancho Gordo
by Vanessa Barrington, Steve Sando, Sara Remington
Chronicle Books LLC, 2010

Here are some additional ideas for cooking mild grains, such as millet, rice, buckwheat, and quinoa: Combine (to taste) ground cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, and star anise together and use as is, or add dried fruit or sweetener to make it sweet, or add 1 to 2 teaspoons ground cumin to keep it savory.

“Vegan Under Pressure” by Jill Nussinow
from Vegan Under Pressure
by Jill Nussinow
HMH Books, 2016

And if you’ve never tasted quinoa before, consider trying the Garlic Chicken Stir­Fry with Quinoa recipe in Chapter 18 for a delicious introduction to this ancient grain.

“The Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies” by Meri Raffetto, RD, LDN
from The Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies
by Meri Raffetto, RD, LDN
John Wiley & Sons, 2010

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: With its hearty flavor, chewy texture, and complete protein properties, quinoa has increasingly become a popular side dish.

“The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You'll Ever Want to Make” by America's Test Kitchen
from The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You’ll Ever Want to Make
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

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  • Quinoa can be dangerous if you don’t know how to prepare it. first of all quinoa has lectins second of all quinoa can damage the lining of your intestines. You have to soak quinoa I will say overnight will be safe and also heavily rinse quinoa with cold water. You just cant use the dry quinoa from the package. I have to give this a thumbs down because of that.

  • Hi
    I just finish making your shrimp quinoa dish and it turned great. This is my second time cooking quinoa and I must say this is the first time I got it done right.
    I enjoy your videos keep them coming.

    Caribbean girl

  • you might want to rethink the coconut oil. i used to use a lot of coconut oil in my cooking too but it’s just not healthy when using more than a very small amount. coconut oil is best applied to skin.

  • If you are black. WARNING this shit is nasty asf. Especially number 1. That chicken ricotta cheese flavorless shit. Omg I can’t believe this shit was so disgusting and her recipe creates LARGE portions of disgusting food. Yeah. It’s a no for me. Now I hate quinoa. Thanks.

  • Cabbage for star ingredient please! It’s healthy and cheap but I only have two delicious recipes and would love to learn more ways to prepare it.
    Thank you Yovana ❤️❤️❤️you are my go to person for recipes and motivation for over two years now ��

  • Stunning video clip! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we adore to notice these sort of content. We create Travel & Food videos too, all around the world, and therefore we are always seeking for inspirations and also techniques. Thank You.

  • Thinking of making the turkey quinoa taco skillet, however thinking of replacing the turkey for the quorn mince. Has anyone tried using quorn mince instead?

  • I don’t say that to a lot of people but you’re an amazing cook! Learned how to make scrambled eggs different from you and they turned out to be very delicious thank you! Now let me subscribe ��

  • Just started making quinoa and I did a similar recipe to the fried quinoa and Im in love with quinoa now. All the recipes here look amazing. I will be trying them for sure! Thanks��

  • Hi I love your recipes but I looked through all them and a kind of disappointed that you haven’t done a chicken and dumpling recipe cuz I couldn’t find one and then if you could send me a link to that rice pilaf that would be nice❤

  • I’ve made this Turkey Quinoa Taco Skillet again. SOOOOO good. Easy to make. Thank you for making this very video. It’s a healthy, delicious skillet. I’m new to cooking as my wife has been the primary cook in our family. But I’m loving these Quinoa dishes. THANK YOU SO MUCH.

  • I like Quinoa but there is not actually much protein in it. So I add ground Almonds. Just stir the Almonds in to the cooked Quinoa & add a little liquid as needed. Dont forget to soak & rinse your Quinoa before cooking to remove pthalates(sp).

  • I just made the first one (albeit with chicken thighs instead of breasts and fresh basil instead of parsley) and WOW that was delicious, definitely the best quinoa dish I’ve made yet! Thanks!

  • Can you tell the name of your pots and pans nice to see they are not sticking much, also do you know good steel wok for Chinese cooking, or Kadai used for indian cooking.Thank You

  • Wonderful movie! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we adore to notice these types of contents. We create Travel & Food video too, throughout the world, and also we are always looking for inspirations and also good ideas. Thank You.

  • I made the Chinese fried rice and it was sooo good! Next up the cheesy quinoa! Curious though do you suggest a non sugar substitute for the Thai quinoa recipe. I have a chronic inflammation condition where I can’t do any type of sugar (cane or even artificial sweeteners like stevia). Wonder if I could put in ginger and coconut aminos to sweeten it up instead of honey. Thoughts?

  • I tried the Turkey Quinoa Taco Skillet and it was delicious. Thank you! Trying out the Meal Plan site and I am loving it so far. Again, thank you!!!

  • Hi, I tried your first recipe in this video and it is delicious! The only thing I changed was the rictotta cheese for cottage cheese and didn’t add any oregano. Other than that is was the same. Simple to cook as well. Looking forward to trying your second recipe soon too!:)

  • Sweetie, the recipes are fine. Your facial theatrics, however, are annoying AF. Please stop.
    Being less “Isn’t this the most amazing sh!t ever?!?” and dialing down the bobbing eyebrows and over-the-top dramatics in your on-camera presentation will get you more likes and subs. Nobody likes a Looney Tunes housefrau.

  • Awesome video! I planned to try these out! I’m seriously hungry just watching….I love Quinoa and these recipes look amazing! Keep up the great work.

  • So basically you cooked normal dishes and just added quinoa to them. I was hoping to find recipes that have quinoa as the main ingredient. You said quinoa is a great protein yet, you add lots of meat, even more than the portion of quinoa, to all three dishes. Great recipes though.

  • I am making the Mexican but no beans and home made salsa, hope it comes out good. It’s also my very first time working with quinoa so I want to try it out and see if it is worth adding to my diet, also I am 12. Will let you know how it goes!!!!

  • They all look like my favorite but Im so excited I have all the ingredients for the quinoa cookies..Yay! Thanks for more delicious looking recipes! ��

  • It’s very annoying when you skip over ingredients. For example, you definitely added flax seed but said nothing about it or how much…also did you rinse your quinoa first? I dunno feels rushed and like I’m missing some info.

  • Made the one with salsa and cumin today. Used Mango Peach Salsa from Costco It was awesome! I also had some caramelized onion and peppers I threw in with the roasted corn from Trader Joe’s. Thanks for the idea! Can totally see this in my rotation!

  • Awe, really enjoyed this video! You’re glowing!! ���� also, can we talk about how adorable your outfit is and how yummy the cacao cookies look?!

  • I cooked quinoa but it’s grain r still intact. They didn’t fluffed up. I boiled them.for 4-5 hours but still the same. I even steam.cooked them but still no hope. What to do?

  • Quinoa comes from my country Peru I grew up with it and know many way of cooking it. You took it to another level QUICK and delicious �� LOVE LOVE ��✨������������

  • Loving the plant based variety ������. Lentils or broccoli as a star ingredient would be nice to see.
    Sending greetings from Germany,
    Jessi ��

  • u should make some more. i really love quinoa and ive been searching for quinoa recipes that dont require that many ingredients.. so, thank you so much!:)

  • For my quick, go-to meal, I mix a quarter teaspoon of Better than Bouillon veggie with 1 cup water. Add 1/2 cup Costco quinoa and stir, top with half a can of cooked pinto beans. Cover and cook 20 minutes, rest 10 and voila.

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  • All sounds great, but I’m a bit worried about soy sauceit is not healthy and high in sodium. There are healthy alternatives, for example, Bragg makes one.

  • No wonder you are so pretty because of healthy eating.God Bless,you motivate me to eat healtht.Stay safe stay in stay stromg.Long Live Canada!

  • I’m not vegan but love vegetarian and vegan food and have been adding more vegan food into my weekly diet. Thanks for all your videos cus they inspire me to try these recipes. I’m a new subscriber and will tag you when I try out your recipes!

  • Thank you for the video. It’s the best one I could find on you tube. I have never cooked quinoa before, but I am gonna try n follow your video. Wish me luck xxx

  • Great recipes I can’t wait to try!
    Another way I like to do quinoa is I sauté some mushrooms, bok choy, sweet peppers, green onions and garlic, adding paprika, turmeric, and soy sauce and ginger powder, all in olive oil and soy bean oil. Then add quinoa and adobo broth over a bay leaf and simmer. Close to the end I toss in some cilantro, onion salt, lime juice, and garlic powder mixed in. I serve it with pork or beef but your tofu will absorb great flavors too!

  • Hi �� from Japan ���� I really love your video and recipes. I will try to cook this recipe especially second one.and I’m always looking forward to watching your video ����

  • The minty peas salad turned out great and a good variation for my son’s lunch box, the other two are versions I already make. Thank you for the easy peasy recipe.��

  • Girl I tried the second salad with the black beans and it is life!!! The mango brings a nice pop of flavor I love it!! Thank you!!

  • Beautiful way to promote Quinua from BOLIVIA ���� my home land ������������������❤️��������������������������������������������l will make the tomato and peppers first.

  • I tried quinoa and peas salad and it turned out to be great. I try all your salad recipes they all are awesome. Thank you very much and keep uploading such amazing recipes

  • Wow I will try 3 of them
    Can you tell what colo is you backsplash please white on white and white ground? I love it
    Thanks for you videos

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  • The first bowl looks incredibly delicious!! Thanks for making it easy for us and giving us many options. After I watch your videos, I get the grasp of things and play around with the dish sometimes!

  • I tried the 2nd salad by purchasing it premade from Target in the frozen section, it was delicious! �� I’m gonna try to make it myself & also try the 3rd salad (minus the salt). I loved your video ❤️❤️❤️

  • Wow, these salads look absolutely delicious. I just bought quinoa last night for the first time and I’m going to make the first salad today. I will let you know how it comes out, I’m so excited.

  • Quinoa with spinach, garlic, chia, basil, parsley and salt, cooked with water..it pretty good. It is a side dish for me.
    I will try Tangy Thai Quinoa..it looks good

  • Sara Lynn, Thank you for your very helpful and delicious recipes. ☺️Quinoa upsets my stomach, even though I rinse it before cooking it. Do you have any feedback on how to better prepare quinoa to avoid stomach pain? Thank you so much! ��☘️

  • Hello Dani, Thank you for all these great recipes! I wanted to ask you please if you have any suggestion on how to get rid of the sand and little stones in the quinoa?

  • I’m trying the tomatoes feta one I will just remove gets to make it vegan and thanks for showing how to peel and cut mango I always had hard times with that

  • Seems to me like a lot of soy sauce but I don’t know the exact amount of soy sauce it is. Also doesn’t seem like enough lime juice. I like asian food but I don’t like just tasting the soy sauce. For me I’d probably add more lime juice to it and put some Thai chili in it and top off with some cilantro. I also think this salad would be good with some salmon on top of it

  • Thank You for your clear instructions and healthy and pretty recipes! Very constructive, helpful, and just what I needed to know! Sincerely

  • Would the salad dressing still taste good if I replaced the peanut butter with almond butter? or what is another alternative that I can use in place of peanut butter?

  • You are so energetic ❤️ to very fast
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    Zucchini rice.

  • The first one il try quinoa & peas, then the tomato, basil & feta (sounds ike a Greek inspired salad, then the mango, black bean salad.
    I will make one with diced sweet potato, minced kale, scallions, basil, a bit of grated ginger & lime juice & a light drizzle of either extra virgin olive oil or sweet Almond oil & I may put some pine nuts in for a touch of extra flavor. I love quinoa! So many possibilities!! Yummy! Thanks for sharing your recipes ����‍♀️

  • For the first one with eggs, I don’t eat eggs cuz they’re disgusting and not cruelty free. But you can make vegan eggs which tastes exactly like them. Just get extra firm tofu, cut it in half get paper towels and switched the heck out of it a couple of times. Then add turmeric, salt, pepper, garlic powder and nutritional yeast put in a pan with a tiny bit of oil and cook it it looks just like scrambled eggs. That had a handful of chopped up spinach. You won’t even know the difference! Protein rich and cruelty-free!

  • Beautiful colors…I made almost the same in my channel with different dressing…your dressing looks yummy…will definitely try it thanks lovely

  • I love your recipe, I love your simple amazing cook, and how you explain it, but please, be a bit slow in your words, sentences, pictures, 5 minutes explaining are not the enough time for teaching something new,….thanks for your good understanding

  • I cannot have any of these as I have bowel issues & have had to go on the low FODMAP diet, low in fermentable chemicals. Please would you make some recipes that are low FODMAP friendly? I get desperate for something tasty. You can look up all the details online from Monash University. Please.

  • Made the Thai spicy quinoa tonight and wow that was delicious like you said add some Chicken or Shrimp to it. So, I added some Chicken. Low calorie and super healthy…����

  • Thanks for mentioning the nuts ❣️I think great minds think a like because I was about ready to mention that in the comments below ‼️

  • I tried Peas and Mint quinoa with little broccoli and baby tomatoes. My breakfast was simply delicious.. My next on chart is Mango Quinoa, can’t wait to have a bite.:)

  • Me: making rice caserole
    Me, casually to my family in the safety of my own home: I should see if theres a quinoa version of this.


  • Looks good i bet it they all taste bitter because you are suppose to socked quinoa in water and then roast it so it looses the acidity but again that’s her recipe.

  • i literally love your recipes, i tried tangy thai yesterday and i couldnt believe the taste. and im planning to make another one tomorrow that is in another video one skillet quinoa recipe

  • Thank you so much for this recipe! The salad is sooo delicious and also it looks so beautiful with all the colours! And the mint leaves are absolutely essential!!

  • Looks soooooooo good!!! I’m totally gonna try this! I really want to share one of my absolute favorite recipes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avZt4NIMRq4&list=PLgCmrddYdKNzXzUGlIUqnvRoGw369tILX&index=2&t=0s

  • They,’ve said such wonderful things, that I don’t know what to say. Everything is being said. Well esplained, well every thing! I am definitely going to try it. I have two boxes Hime, my niece gave them to me and I did not know what to do with them, but thanks to your genius idea, I am saved! Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Everything looks and I am sure it is delicious!! TIP: add a little bit of 100% extra virgin olive oil, it’ll improve the taste 360° ��

  • This opens up a NEW WORLD to me. Thank you so much for this recipe I can’t put in words how much I’m falling in love with it right now as I’m eating it. Incredibly tasty! Much love

  • Yummmmy Quinoa Salad and soo coloring, Love your Beautiful Channel and healthy delicious recipe, Have a Wounderful Summer Time, greetings from Spain ����

  • I happen to have all of those ingredients, so I might do that for dinner. What I love about your recipes and videos, you always give alternatives in case we need to substitute anything. I try to cook with what I have that needs to be used first. I was going to make egg roll in a bowl tonight, but, no dinner plan is set in stone! Here’s a tip for your fresh lemons and limes. If I have one that is starting to go bad, I squeeze it into a mason jar and keep the juice in the fridge. It stays good forever. You won’t have zest, but fresh juice a plenty!

  • Oh my God!!. Sara, yesterday I was exploring in your all recipes for quinoa recipe. Wanted to cook and eat with different way. And you posted it today. Seems like just for me. Thank you very much. Gonna try it today

  • Just tried the tomato one and YUM! It was so tasty and delicious! This recipe is definitely a keeper. Excited to try the other two versions. My picky eater didn’t like it (mostly freaked out about the strange appearance/texture of the quinoa and the strong taste of the blend) but the other kid did. My husband and I can’t wait to have it again.

  • My favorite part is at 2:48 because right from the start I wanted to make this with Black rice. I could already tell with the first few ingredients its a tasty combo.

  • So disappointed to find she is not showing mercy for animals, Vegan is the only way forward, and the Quenda seed has all the nutritious you need,please stop adding animal product, thank you!

  • I love this… I have been making it since the things to do with qunioa episode. I always add some shreded chicken to it and make extra dressing to having the side in case it needs a little more after it’s been in fridge for a day or so.

  • Thanks for the awesome video. These look great except for all the oil. Coconut oil does nearly as much damage to your arteries as fat and cholesterol from red meat. Zero health benefits and lots of downsides. So i hope these recipes taste as awesome without the oil. ��

  • I love the part with the dog, your personal introduction/description was a bit too long for me /too much personal talk, which wasn’t interesting for me, but the recipe is really good, thank you!

  • Looks so good! You have in my blog a very easy and delicious recipe of quinoa salad http://fooduptomood.com/2020/04/quinoa-salad/, I hope you’ll enjoy it.

  • Wow that is a great recipe. Being Indian, I never tried raw turmeric as we always cook termeric or boil it first but will try it for sure!!

  • Thank you so much for these recipes. My nutritionist recommended that I eat quinoa instead of rice and I had no idea how make a meal out of quinoa. I watched your video and made the second recipe, it turned out delicious. Thanks again. You are making a difference in people’s life for good. Keep it up! ��

  • I love the intro with Bambi! So cute. I am also very glad you made this video because I watched a different video you made and you stated that turmeric is good for clearing acne international and externaly but I didn’t know any recipes that were organic with turmeric. Thanks for making the video, it really helped! Can’t wait to try it out! ❤️

  • Made it today, replaced the turkey for Quorn mince and black beans for mixed beans. It was delicious! Definitely something I will have to make again. Thank you soo much for sharing this wonderful recipe.

  • Hi there! I just love your presentations! i eat quinoa for my breakfast since it’s high in protein! I used it cooked, in a bowl with agave or raw honey, my homemade soy milk and a chopped up fruit. It’s amazing!!!

  • What. The. Fuck. Why is there a fucking bitch talking? The dog was okay but fuck me, the girl in the green is annoying as a fucking yeast infection. Fuck me.

  • YOU RE SO BEAUTIFUUUUUULLL!! And your voice OMG. Love it!! One of the best quinua recipes ever! Im Peruvian the way and it s where the quinua come from. And you made this quinua recipe perfecto ��