*Hearty Quinoa Saute'

This makes a great breakfast if you are looking for a high protein meal without eggs or dairy.


Organic Turkey Sausage:


1 pound organic ground turkey

1 teas. sea or celtic salt

1/4 teas. pepper, nutmeg, cumin, marjoram, ginger

1/2 teas. basil, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder, thyme, and sage


Mix together and form into small patties.  I wrap them in wax paper and a ziploc and freeze until I want to use them.


Soak and sprout quinoa and cook ahead.  I place them in glass dishes and freeze.  I pull one out the night before to thaw in the refrigerator.


Pre-cut vegetables:  

Spinich, Zucchini, bell pepper, green onion, broccoli etc.




Fry the sausage pattie.  I always add a small amount of water to my pan and put a lid on it to allow it to steam-cook.  I cut the pattie into bite sized pieces and place back in the pan with a bit more water and the quinoa.  I steam until the quinoa is warm.  (About 2 minutes)  I add the vegetables and a bit more water and replace the lid to steam heat the veggies for 2-3 minutes.  I toss and add some organic EVOO or coconut oil and salt and pepper to taste.


Super easy, healthy and yummy!


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