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  • Writer's pictureAlexa James

ChikChat® Meals on the go! - Alexa's Morning Jambalaya

n our previous video, we gave you some pointers on how to cook grains. Millet, Sorghum, and Quinoa seem to be the star players, and their nutritional value spikes even more when cooked in a pressure cooker. In this video, Alexa shares her formula for her "Morning Jambalaya," though there's not much in the way of Cajun-flavor to it. To take it in a Cajun direction, first saute chopped onion, celery, red, yellow and green bell peppers, garlic and parsley.  Cook some chicken or seafood with Cajun spices. Cayenne has shown to have many health benefits! Add all of those to your grain. Adding stewed tomatoes along with that will take it more in a Creole direction. If you make this dish with Cajun or Mexican flair, you might want to have it for lunch or dinner if "spicy" doesn't jibe with you in the mornings.

In this video, Alexa points out things you can add to your grains and roasted or sauteed veggies. They add nice flavor and nutritional value. Goat Cheese or authentic European cheeses are also a nice addition. NutPods can add a nice creamy consistency without adding unwanted allergens and calories.  Have fun and be creative! Prep in advance, then heat up and eat throughout the week.

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