Quinoa stuffed tomatoes: light on your stomach, easy on your hands

Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes

Photo credits: Iza Skalska


A couple of months ago I was a guest blogger on Wendy Polisi’s blog, cookingquinoa.net. Since I’ve got many more followers now, I thought it would not hurt to repost this delicious recipe. đŸ™‚ It’s so light and refreshing, and easy to make.

And if the stuffed tomatoes are to your liking, you can always check my Plantiful App for more inspiration for your soul and enjoyment for your stomach.

Without further ado, here’s an excerpt from my blog entry at cookingquinoa.net. When you click “Continue reading” you’ll be magically transported to Wendy’s site where the article resides. Bon appetite!

“In Poland where I grew up, the season for fresh, ripe tomatoes was short–May through September, if my memory serves me right. I loved tomato salads or simply a sliced tomato and scallions served on a piece of bread.” Continue reading…





Karo Caran, the Rainbow Poetess, is a poet and a non/fiction writer. Her novel, "Breaking the silence: A story in paintings" focuses on the censorship of art and gay relationships in the postwar, communist Poland. Her poetry-based memoir, "Life in a Footnotes" will be published this summer.
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