Red quinoa (cooked) has a richer taste, slightly chewier texture, and somewhat nuttier flavor compared to white quinoa. It's often the quinoa of choice for cold salads as it holds its shape better during cooking.
Red quinoa is actually a bit more tan than white, so sometimes it's called tan quinoa, ivory quinoa, golden quinoa, yellow quinoa, blond quinoa, or just quinoa.Of all the quinoa colors, white quinoa has the most delicate taste and the lightest texture and it cooks up a bit fluffier than other types of quinoa. White Quinoa is an excellent choice for those looking for healthy twist on standard baked goods such as breads, pancakes and waffles. You can substitute this flour for half of the all-purpose flour in many recipes, or completely replace wheat flour in cakes and cookie recipes.
Red Quinoa flour can be used to thicken soups and sauces and can be used to make gluten-free pastas. As a complete protein and gluten-free, quinoa flour is packed with nutrition
Stone milled from the highest quality quinoa to produce a highly nutritious and gluten-free flour
As with quinoa itself, our quinoa flour is a good source of complete protein, containing all essential amino acids, provides significant amounts of dietary fibre and phosphorous, and is high in vitamins and minerals including magnesium, iron, and calcium
Quinoa is naturally gluten-free. One cup of cooked quinoa, weighing 185 grams (g), contains:
Nutrition Facts : Quinoa Amount Per 185 gm
9 % RDA
One cup also contains more than 10 percent of the RDA of the vitamins B-1, B-2, and B-6, and traces of vitamin E, B3, and calcium