A go-to weekday dinner, and perfect for the Mexican food lover who's a bit more health-conscious —Molly Hippolitus
What You'll Need
Chopped Tuscan Kale
Salt and Pepper, to taste
Corn Tortilla Chips
Cook quinoa using vegetable broth, per package instructions.
Roughly chop Tuscan (also known as lacinato) kale, removing stems. Saute over medium-high heat in olive oil until they've wilted and turned bright green. About 5-7 minutes.
Use cooked black beans, or 1 can of organic black beans - drain the majority of the liquid, but do not rinse.
Combined black beans and quinoa, add cilantro, lime juice, salt and pepper.
Serve mixture in deep bowls, topping with cubed avocado and a few blue corn tortilla chips. Add an extra spritz of lime to tortilla chips and avocado. Lightly drizzle with sriracha. Salt and pepper to taste.