Root Vegetable, Quinoa Pilaf


Tasting notes

This recipe is inspired by the Middle East. Pilaf, (not to be mistaken with a pilau), means to cook everything together and is traditionally made with rice so it absorbs all the flavours. We’ve chosen to use quinoa instead to create a unique, balanced recipe for your little one.


The story behind the recipe

Pilaf is a beautiful dish and one that I’m passionate about. Many of us get pilaf confused with pilau. The difference? Pilau originates from India and Indian spices are the base of the dish, whereas pilaf originates from the middle east and generally uses more vegetables and herbs.


Organic Cooked Quinoa (31%), Organic Beetroot (27%), Organic Butternut Squash (24%), Organic Cooked Kidney Beans (14%), Organic Onion (3%), Organic Rapeseed Oil, Organic Dried Sage.

Our quinoa is grown right here in the UK

A great source of texture



Typical Values per 100g
Energy 273kJ
Energy 65kcal
Fat 1g
—of which saturates 0.1g
Carbohydrate 9.7g
—of which sugars 3.6g
Fibre 2.4g
Protein 2.8g
Salt 0.06g

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