Quinoa with ham tacos and soy sauce

Today we bring you a simple meal, quick to do and uncomplicated. One of those recipes that we all like to have around for unforeseen events, for days when we don't have much time to eat and even for athletes who want to add extra protein to their diet.

If you want to try this quinoa with ham tacos and soy sauce follow the step-by-step below and find out about the few ingredients we need.

Quinoa with ham tacos and soy sauce
Quinoa is a very fashionable food for its extra protein intake and also because it is widely consumed by athletes.
Kitchen: Spanish
Recipe type: Subsistence
Rations: 2
Preparation time: 
Cooking time: 
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  • 500 grams of quinoa
  • 200 grams of ham in tacos
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • Basil
  • Olive oil
  1. We had previously cooked the Quinoa. If you don't know how to make it, just boil it with twice as much water as quinoa. Of course, you will have to rinse it quite well, both before putting it to boil and afterwards, with water at room temperature.
  2. Once boiled, what follows is super quick and easy. Put it in a skillet over medium heat with a drizzle of olive oil. Heat it up and then add the ham tacos, the two tablespoons of soy sauce (this is a bit to the taste of the consumer) and and a little basil. Stir everything very well so it doesn't stick, and set aside when the flavors have mixed.
If you prepare quinoa in one go and think you will have leftover, you can put it in a tupper and freeze it without problem. In this way, you will already have it prepared only to defrost and heat for other times.
Nutritional information per serving
Calories: 295


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  1.   foodfilin said

    Hi carmen! We have never tried to combine quinoa with ham and soybeans, but it has to be great. We sign it up 😉