(10 customer reviews)


High-calorie and nutritious meal with spinach, nuts and raisins. Just add boiling water.
Gluten-Free. Spice level – mild

Single Portion: 100 grams, and 550 calories per portion.
Double Portion: 200 grams, and a total of 1100 calories.

Ingredients: Lean ground pork, quinoa, spinach, walnuts, raisins (sulphites), onion, garlic, sunflower oil, vegetable stock (gluten free), paprika, oregano, fennel seed, black pepper, Himalayan salt, chili powder.

Contains: nuts, sulphites

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10 reviews for Quinoa with Italian Sausage

  1. Matt & Mandy

    This dish was so filling and tasty. the sweetness of the sultans and the crunch of the pine nuts was a fabulous treat! The quality of the product is just like making dinner at home but while enjoying the beauty of our province.

  2. David Wilson

    This summer I saw a new brand on the shelf (West Coast Kitchen) at Valhalla Pure and thought I would get one to try out on an upcoming 9 day traverse of Baffin Island in Canada’s Arctic. I wish I had brought more than just one! This has to be one of the best backcountry meals I have had! The flavor is incredible, it is a good portion size, simple and natural ingredients and made in Canada! Im excited to try more of WCK product!

  3. Paul

    This was a favourite of ours during a recent eight-day trip in the backcountry. Very tasty. And, as always with the WCK meals, a generous amount for two hungry campers.

  4. Kelly Corbett

    Loved this! So tasty. Highly recommend it. I enjoyed it as a breakfast meal and now I don’t want to go back to boring traditional oats for breakfast.

  5. Debra (verified owner)

    Out of my order this was the first one I tried and I fell in love! This is SO good! It was a delicious meal and different from all the other meals out there. I could even see this being a great stuffing for a turkey dinner!

  6. Jenna (verified owner)

    This meal was delicious! A good amount of food for two people to share.

  7. Linda Leonard

    Really liked this. So much better than any other dehydrated backpacker food I’ve tried.

  8. Ian Craib

    The taste and quality is great but I was disappointed with the price. 21.95 at a store in Mill Bay, $2 more than the website. Backpacker’s Pantry at MEC is 7$ less.

  9. Monika

    Split between 2 hungry adults and we savoured each bite. Incredibly flavour-full! Filled 2 hungry adults and we savoured all the tastes it contained ( raisins, nuts, just so many tastes in one bite)

  10. Amy

    Great flavour and texture. I’d say this is a close second to the Butter Chicken for us.

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