Mango Black Bean Quinoa Salad

Who else watches The Biggest Loser? I recall the first occasion when they began advancing it years prior, when there was in no way like that on television, and I thought it appeared such a repulsive thought. Who parades individuals’ weight issues on national TV for amusement? Do you recall that? The thought was kind of stunning. Presently obviously, as such huge numbers of others, it’s one of my most loved shows.

Despite the fact that a fraction of the time I watch it while eating dessert, I believe it’s totally moving and I love watching everybody’s changes. I’ve adored watching this season, and without precedent for a couple of seasons I truly love everybody in the last four. In any case, I particularly love the sisters, Hannah and Olivia. Olivia, specifically has been my preferred all season. She looks so astonishing currently (Check out the pics she presented on her FB Page of her homecoming. She looks insane great!) I believe she’s clever and not overly whiny and irritating like young ladies can regularly be on that appear.I additionally believe she’s my most loved on the grounds that I discover it semi freaky that The Biggest Loser(hair aside) she looks a great deal like me. Furthermore, much increasingly freaky, her sister Hannah looks a great deal like my sister. Since the season is practically finished and she’s thin and hot, individuals have appeared unexpectedly to reveal to me the amount we resemble the other the same. I’m almost certain they all saw previously and decided also it as of not long ago. I have savvy companions.

Anyway, on a scene half a month back, Ali Vincent (a past victor) sought a visit. She did a kitchen portion where she made this quinoa serving of mixed greens that I thought sounded quite great (not going to mislead anybody, not the entirety of that Biggest Loser nourishment does. Cutie pie Curtis Stone can unfortunately do a limited amount of much without oil and salt… ) And I had quite recently wrapped up this post about quinoa. Immaculate planning! It’s extremely basic, extremely solid, and works extraordinary as a primary dish or a side dish. Look at it.

Mango Black Bean Quinoa Salad

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Recipe by ourbestbitesCourse: SaladsCuisine: LatinDifficulty: Easy


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This mango black bean quinoa salad is a recipe I know my mom would just adore. It’s simple, beautiful, seasonal and stays good for days.


  • 2 cups cooked quinoa* at room temperature, or chilled

  • 1 14 can can black beans, drained and rinsed

  • 1 medium mango, peeled and diced

  • 1 red bell pepper, diced

  • 6 green onions, thinly sliced

  • 1 handful chopped cilantro (about /2 cup)

  • 4 tablespoon red wine vinegar

  • 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

  • 1 – 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice

  • kosher salt

  • freshly cracked black pepper


  • Place cooked quinoa in a large bowl. 
  • Add mango, red pepper, green onion, black beans, and cilantro. 
  • In a small bowl combine vinegar, olive oil, and lime juice.  Whisk until smooth and pour on top of salad. 
  • Toss to combine and add salt and pepper to taste.  Chill for at least one hour before serving.


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