This Quinoa Stone Fruit Salad is a beautiful summer salad loaded with peaches and plums and drizzled with a maple lime dressing that comes together in just 20 minutes!
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Every single thing in this Quinoa Stone Fruit Salad worked together, and I have a story to prove it.
Cue me, three hours out of town, lost and desolate, starving. Okay, that’s minus the lost and desolate part since I was perfectly fine (added for dramatic effect). I did find myself in a situation where the vegetarian lunch options were almost non-existent, and so, SO happy that my wise mother advised me that I should probably pack lunch. If I was in a tv high school lunch scene, I would pull out my sad brown paper bag and eat my boring salad.
Not here friends.
In this happy scenario, I pulled out my fluffy stone fruit quinoa salad, loaded with fresh peaches, plums, grapes, basil and feta cheese. Not only was I smiling from ear to ear, but I truly got to appreciate just how delicious this salad really was. The quinoa is cooked then drizzled with a maple lime dressing. This takes it from savoury to a delicious sweet and tangy salad base ready for any toppings truly. Add in the delicious fruity punches of peaches, plums and grapes and you’ve got an amazing salad.
But wait, there’s more! The crunch of the pecans, and the creamy tanginess of the feta just rounds this off so well. It’s a perfectly filling, summery and delicious salad that you kind of need to go and make before summer is over.
Let this salad save your life too. Okay, maybe not your life, but at least let it save your lunches and light dinners.
This recipe is naturally gluten free.
To cook quinoa -> How to Cook Quinoa.
MAKE IT VEGAN: Remove the feta cheese or substitute vegan feta cheese.
HOW TO STORE: Store the quinoa salad in an airtight tupperware container in the fridge for up to 5 days. This salad can be served cold or slightly warmed.
To mix it up, you could also easily used grilled or roasted peach/plum slices. You can also use apricots or nectarines in addition to or instead. This recipe can be easily doubled.
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