I’ve come to the conclusion that I don’t have nearly enough side dish recipes on the blog. Mostly because I don’t make a lot of blog-worthy side dishes. Basic grains and veggies accompany dinner most nights, maybe a salad for some. But every now and then, I decided that I need to step it up a notch with the side dishes, and this is one that’s been on my to-make list for a long time.
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What’s not old and boring, though, is this dish (the food, not the bowl – though the bowl is pretty rad, too.)
Quick and easy to throw together, creamy and full of flavor, and packed with spinach-y goodness, to boot!
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- 1 cup uncooked quinoa
- 2 cups water, chicken or vegetable broth
- 6 cups baby spinach
- 4 Tbsp basil pesto
- ½ tsp kosher salt
- ½ cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese, plus more for topping
- Place quinoa and chicken or broth in a large sauce pan or stock pot, and cook according to package instructions.
- Once done cooking, turn heat to medium and add spinach (a little at a time so it wilts and you can fit more in,) pesto, salt and cheese. Stir until spinach is wilted and cheese has melted and all is well-combined.
- Serve with extra cheese sprinkled on top.