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Makes 10 servings
1 ½ cups quinoa
1 ½ cups millet
½ cup arame
¼ cup shredded dulse
5 large onions
1 bulb garlic
1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil
8 cups water
1. Combine dry grains in bowl, fill with water and swish around with wooden spoon. Drain through a sieve. Repeat two more times.
2. Cut onions in ½, cut ends off, then peel. Cut crosswise into crescent shapes, set aside.
3. Peel and mince garlic.
4. Put oil in pan and heat over medium. Sauté garlic until brown, add onions, and sauté until golden. Add arame and dulse.
5. Meanwhile, in another pan dry roast 3 cups of combine grains. Roasting is complete when the grains turn lightly golden and a pleasant aroma arises.
6. Add roasted grains to pan with onions and garlic and stir thoroughly.
7. Add 8 cups of water to this pan.
8. Bring to boil, turn down heat to low, cover and simmer until water is absorbed.
The result should be a fluffy, tasty combination that is a complete protein because of the quinoa. Additional vegetables, and/or a salad can be eaten with this. Beans are also an option.
Per serving(375g): 299 calories, 10g fat, 1.4g sat fat, 44g carbohydrate, 8g protein, 5.7g fiber.