Quinoa Herring Roe Salad

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This simple and colourful quinoa salad is ridiculously good for you, tasty, versatile and so simple to prepare with cherry tomatoes, fruits and herring roe. It's perfect for potluck or anytime really!
Herring roe is in truth the milets, which is from male fish, in other words, it's herring sperm. Leave it out if you are a vegetarian.

  • 180 g Quinoa
  • 480 ml Water
  • 2 tbsp Herring roe
  • 250 g Fresh fruit, diced
  • 50 g Cherry tomatoes, halved
  • 2 stalk Green onions, chopped
  • 50 ml Extra-virgin olive oil
  • 2 Limes, juiced
  • 2 tsp Cumin powder
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Chilli flakes
  1. Bring quinoa and water to a boil in a saucepan. Reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until quinoa is tender and water has been absorbed, about 15 minutes. Set aside to cool.
  2. Whisk olive oil, lime juice, cumin, salt, and chilli flakes together in a bowl.
  3. Combine quinoa, tomatoes, diced fruits, and green onions together in a salad bowl. Pour dressing over quinoa mixture. Toss to coat and season with salt and black pepper. Serve immediately.

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88 comments:

Catherine 29/4/13 06:23

Dear Angie, I would love this salad. I love roe. Blessings dearest. Catherine xo

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OohLookBel 29/4/13 06:52

Herring roe sounds... interesting! I don't think we'd find it here, so I will substitute haloumi when I make this delicious salad.

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 29/4/13 07:51

A healthy and indulgent salad!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 29/4/13 08:29

Gee.... I'd love to have a taste of this salad. The Herring roe sounds interesting!

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Medeja 29/4/13 08:29

Colorful and flavorful salad! All those flavors sound like a very interesting combination.

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Mich Piece of Cake 29/4/13 10:21

What a gorgeous salad, and I'd love to bring it for a pot luck for sure!

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 29/4/13 10:37

I love the herring roe in your salad but it is very expensive here. Please share with me :)

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Jasna Varcakovic 29/4/13 11:04

Mouthwatering, colourful dish!

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Nisa Homey 29/4/13 11:58

Healthy and refreshing salad...perfect for the heat here...love the addition of roe.

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Helene Dsouza 29/4/13 12:02

That's one unusual salad that I hadn't come across yet. Looks incredible and I want a spoon of it now.

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Belinda 29/4/13 12:33

Ooo - fancy! And what a neat addition!

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Ilke 29/4/13 12:33

I would go for quinoa salad anytime. I might leave roe out though. I am not vegetarian but I guess it is more of a texture thing. But you are right, with simple herbs and tomatoes, this is a nice, filling salad! Thanks :)

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Ridwan@Riceandcoconut 29/4/13 12:34

Simple and unique, honestly i never have roe, very healthy salad indeed !

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 29/4/13 12:34

Healthy indeed and so pretty too. I'll have to keep an eye out for the herring roe.
Sam

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Anne Regalado 29/4/13 12:43

I only tried some crab roe but that herring roe sounds yummy ;D Love this colorful and healthy salad !

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kitchen flavours 29/4/13 12:54

Hi Angie,
A lovely beautiful salad! I have never had caviar before, always wondering how they actually taste like!

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glutwin 29/4/13 12:58

Oh this is a beautiful display of culinary art at its very best...such pops of color and texture here...not to mention nutritive value!!...Two questions for you Angie...1) Which "fruits" do you recommend here in this salad to compliment the herring roe? and 2) I presently have no herring roe.,..but a small jar of black "oeufs de lompe" in the fridge here on the Swiss/French border...Should I wait until I can find the "real deal"?...Is it very difficult to find or dauntingly expensive?

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Guru Uru 29/4/13 13:30

Lovely quinoa salad my friend :)
Yum!

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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My Kitchen Stories. 29/4/13 13:57

A lovely salad Angie. Great for a special occasion too!

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The Café Sucré Farine 29/4/13 15:16

You've got me ready to pull out the quinoa, Angie, this looks so pretty and delicious!

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Tessa @ Feral Kitchen 29/4/13 15:36

Great flavors, colors and textures going on in that salad!

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Lite Home Bake 29/4/13 15:58

Lovely salad with healthy ingredients, nice :)

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Mr. & Mrs. P 29/4/13 17:52

This is probably the most unique way we have seen quinoa used!! Must be amazing!

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Pam 29/4/13 17:59

A hearty and tasty looking quinoa salad.

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 29/4/13 18:17

What an unusual salad. herring roe and fruit? I have trouble placing herring roe flavor wise right now off the top of my head. But I'll try it :-) A handful of crumbled feta would be nice as well.

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Velva 29/4/13 20:08

I have not made the leap as yet and tried roe-In your salad I might just do it.

Velva

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Angie Schneider 29/4/13 20:17

@glutwinI have used a mix of pear and mango. They went really well with crunchy, mildly salted caviar. The herring roe ain't expensive and I am sure that your black lumpfish caviar would work just great.

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Priya Suresh 29/4/13 20:46

Very interesting and delicious a delicious salad.

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Geni 29/4/13 21:21

Angie this looks great and I love quinoa!

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dentistvschef 29/4/13 21:57

i can imaging the fragile caviar that blasted when i eat the salad....
delicacy!

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 29/4/13 22:14

This is such an unusual sounding salad...it must have a lovely texture between the quinoa and the roe.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 29/4/13 22:19

I can imagine how tasty the salty roe would be in this salad of sweet fruit and savory vegetables! What a unique and lovely salad. I'm planning on making quinoa tonight as a side for our stir-fry :)

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The Yum List 30/4/13 01:41

Ooh, a nice savoury treat.

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 30/4/13 03:10

I should be consentrating more on healthy salads like yours instead of craving chocolate desserts! Never had herring roe mixed with quinoa. Very different from any other salads I have had! I would love to try it!

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MyKitchenStove 30/4/13 05:05

Lovely pictures!! I have never tried anything with this salad.

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Elin Chia 30/4/13 06:16

Wow Angie...herring roe in your quinoa salad ! I want too :)

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Jehanne 30/4/13 06:40

Wow this is a very gourmet salad, I love quinoa , but caviar, double wow!

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Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 30/4/13 07:15

I would definitely leave the herring roe in! ;) These look delicious.

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Katerina 30/4/13 12:27

Such a healthy and colorful salad!

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Joanne 30/4/13 14:51

So many fresh flavors and bright colors here! Yum!

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Amy Jo 30/4/13 17:12

Beautiful. Those fresh vegetables in this dish look amazing!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 30/4/13 18:24

All right. I'm going to trust you on this herring roe stuff!

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Kitcheninspirations 30/4/13 19:19

I am a huge fan of roe, any shape or form, so I knew this lovely recipe would appeal to me instantly. I had a really busy weekend sitting my 13 year old nephew and 10 year old niece, so I'm a little behind commenting. Thanks for understanding.

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lena 30/4/13 19:54

caviar in salad? that's clever!

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teresa 30/4/13 20:22

what a beautiful blend of colors and flavors!

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lisa is cooking 30/4/13 21:12

I've never tried herring roe, but I'd love to taste it. This sounds like a lovely, light salad!

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Juliana 30/4/13 21:35

What a tasty quinoa salad...and I love the roe in it...looks beautiful Angie.
Have a lovely week :)

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Alida 30/4/13 22:14

Quinoa! So healthy and nutricious! You really know how to prepare it. I need a tip or two as I still haven't learned how to do it properly. Adding herring seems a very good idea. Like that you get a proper meal. X

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twodogsinthekitchen 30/4/13 22:48

A gorgeous salad and again very creative. I have quite a few of your recipes bookmarked and this is going to be one of them :)

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Gourmet Getaway 1/5/13 10:21

This sounds like a really interesting recipe! I really enjoy using Quinoa. Love the pic :)

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Roz Corieri Paige 1/5/13 15:40

Mmm caviar an quinoa -- an elevated to new heights recipe, that's for certain Angie! So creative! +-ing it for you!

Roz

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 1/5/13 18:11

Such a colorful, wholesome and healthy salad for summer. Great recipe, Angie!

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Gerry @Foodness Gracious 1/5/13 19:35

I bet this tasted soooo fresh and clean! Great job :)

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 1/5/13 19:54

Super healthy, I love this! I've been cooking with quinoa a lot lately. Always great to find new recipes. Now I just need to learn to like caviar! :)

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Viviane@foodandstyle.com 1/5/13 21:35

This is such a beautiful spring salad, Angie!

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Erica 1/5/13 23:12

I am a huge Quinoa fan, Angie! This sounds interesting and delicious! Would love to try it!

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Rosita Vargas 1/5/13 23:38

Me encanta esta ensalada de quinoa se ve muy saludable,hoy es día de descanso "Día del trabajo" y como siempre tengo quinoa cocida me preparé una ensalada también,hugs.

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Gloria Baker 2/5/13 04:30

Angie I love your quinoa recipes always look amazing!

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Gourmantine 2/5/13 11:08

I love the sound of this salad, never thought of pairing herring roe and quinoa before!

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Joanne 2/5/13 12:56

Love all the fresh flavors in this!

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 2/5/13 13:55

Wow Angie - looks like I missed so much while away on holiday. Can't wait to catch up on all your posts. We adore Quinoa and always look for new recipes. Do you have a suggestion for a roe substitute? Just wondering :)

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Liz Berg 2/5/13 13:58

Now that the weather is finally warmer, I've been hankering for a quinoa salad! Yours looks wonderful, Angie!

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 2/5/13 14:08

WOw! Amazing recipe! I love quinoa & had it twice a week & I'm definitely trying this delicious recipe! Thanks for sharing! ;)

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Spicie Foodie 2/5/13 20:42

What a unique and delicious sounding salad. Yes, all those healthy ingredients surely make it a healthy meal. Thanks for sharing Angie!

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tigerfish 3/5/13 00:25

I don' think I have tried herring roe before. Wonder how it taste like...

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 3/5/13 02:17

Oh what a beautiful and unique salad, Angie! : )

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Amy 3/5/13 02:58

I don't particularly like Herring, but I think I can handle Herring roe! :) This salad looks and sounds refreshing and flavorful. Can't wait to try it.

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 3/5/13 12:14

This is such an indulgent Quinoa salad!

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Barbara 3/5/13 13:00

I'm not a great roe fan, but in combination with the fruit I bet it's really good. Very unusual salad combo, Angie.

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Caroline - All That I'm Eating 3/5/13 14:08

I love the sound of this, really interesting flavours and textures.

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busygran 3/5/13 14:43

Herring roe? Oh wow! In salad! Couldn't ask for something better! Love the dish!

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foodtravelandwine 3/5/13 23:00

WOW!!....this is paradise!!....I love your combination!!........Abrazotes, Marcela

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Daniela Grimburg 4/5/13 00:56


Would have never thought of combining Quinua with herring Roe it looks very tasty and easy to prepare.
Wonderful recipe, healthy and fancy!

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Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 4/5/13 04:40

I love herring and I love all kinds of roe! this looks wonderful - right up my alley! Herring is so overlooked in recipes, unfortunately!

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 6/5/13 03:07

What a creative recipe Angie. I don't think I've ever tasted herring roe. Such an interesting and unique combination you've put together here.

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motherrimmy 6/5/13 04:41

I've not tried herring roe. This is why I love your blog. It stretches my imagination.

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Stephanie @ henry happened 6/5/13 17:03

It does sound intriguing, perhaps I'll give it a try soon!

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Marta @ What Should I at For Breakfast Today 7/5/13 00:48

Quinoa is always a good solution for a meal for me. It is so healthy and I like it's taste. Very nice idea to make a colourful salad out of it.

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Jennifer Kendall 7/5/13 06:10

this is such an innovative salad! looks and sounds absolutely fantastic Angie!

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Violeta Pasat 7/5/13 09:34

This salad looks delicious! So colorful, wholesome and fresh.
cheers,violeta

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Terra 9/5/13 06:59

You know it is funny, I used to shy away from roe. Today I look forward to learning, and finding new recipes with roe. Your recipe really sounds delicious, and looks so gorgeous!! Hugs, Terra

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Amelia 10/5/13 18:07

Hi Angie, this look wonderful and very interesting recipe.
As usual, you take excellent pictures.

Have a wonderful weekend.

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rita cooks italian 12/5/13 13:33

The pefect fresh and tasty picnic salad topped with ...herring sperm! Thank you Angie

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Shut Up and Cook 13/5/13 18:49

Love quinoa...the miracle food indeed! Never thought about pairing it with herring...thanks for the inspiration!

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whenspoonmeetspot.com 25/5/13 11:27

Such a tasty idea to add roe! Seems delicious!

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