Healthy, flavorful, delicious and convenient frozen quinoa from Costco!
Despite all the sweets & treats I review, my husband and I do try to eat healthy most of the time. When Norquin offered to send me a sample of their new frozen quinoa & kale I was really excited to try it because that’s the kind of product from Costco I would buy to eat on a regular basis.
This can be found in the freezer section at Costco and the item number is 3394008.
I know I got a free sample of this but I have to say, I truly love, love, loved it. It’s very simple, flavorful and delicious. It’s a mixture of white quinoa and red quinoa with kale, salt, pepper, olive oil and garlic.
I microwaved the bag of quinoa and it turned out really nice, hot, not at all mushy and seasoned well, a bit salty with a hint of garlic. I absolutely love that they use extra virgin olive oil and you get a slight hint of olive oil in each bite. You can’t really taste the kale but it adds a lovely green color!
This Norquin Frozen Quinoa & Kale from Costco isn’t full of ton of ingredients and it tastes that way, simple, wholesome, flavorful and light.
A 1.4 kg bag of Norquin Quinoa & Kale costs $11.99 Canadian. You get four smaller microwaveable bags in the large bag for that cost.
You can choose to microwave the quinoa or cook it on the stovetop. I chose to microwave it and highly recommend using that method as it was super simple and tasted great.
The best before date is over a year from the date I received the quinoa. You could use this in a variety of ways, as a side dish, to make a quinoa salad or you could even us it as a main with extra veggies and some protein mixed in.
One cup is 180 calories, seven grams of fat, 24 grams of carbohydrates, three grams of fibre, zero grams of sugar, six grams of protein and 240 mg of sodium.
The Norquin frozen quinoa from Costco honestly has one of my favorite ingredients lists I’ve ever seen on a Costco product. Short and simple with nutritious ingredients. Quinoa is gluten-free and high in protein. Kale has lots of Vitamin A and is also a good source of folate.
If you’re looking for a flavorful, healthy, convenient frozen side from Costco, definitely pick this one up! I’ll be repurchasing it in the future.
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