Curry Flavoured Quinoa (Plant-Based) | Healthy Vegan Quinoa Recipe For Dinner | Quinoa Recipes

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Curry flavoured Quinoa is a quick and basic light-weight lunch, side dish, or meal which is packed with veggies and protein. This nutrient-dense recipe is vegan and gluten-cost-free, with curry spices cooked with the quinoa for utmost taste. A colourful meal with carrots and peas, raisins for slight sweetness, lemon juice and toasted almonds for crunch and for added protein.

Quinoa is a terrific alternate to rice that has its have plant-based mostly protein and can be eaten very hot or chilly. Despite the fact that there is no meat in this recipe, you will get a wonderful part of healthy protein. So, let us make this Nutritious Vegan Quinoa Recipe For Dinner ‍at household and surprise your friends and spouse and children.

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▶️ Substances for Quinoa Recipes: (2 to 3 servings)

1 cup/190g Quinoa (soaked for about 30 minutes)
2 to 3 Tbsp Olive oil
1 cup/ 140g Onion
1 Tbsp Garlic – finely chopped (3 to 4 garlic cloves)
1/2 Tsp Turmeric
1/2 Tsp Ground Cumin
1/2 Tsp Ground Coriander
1/4 Tsp Cayenne Pepper (Optional)
Salt to style (I have included overall 1 teaspoon of pink Himalayan salt)
1 cup / 140g Carrots
1/2 cup / 70g Frozen Eco-friendly Peas (If you are employing contemporary uncooked peas then insert it to the pan along with the carrots)
1 cup / 240ml Water

1/4 cup / 35g Almonds (Toasted)
1/4 cup / 35g Pine nut (toasted) or nuts/seeds of option
1/4 cup /35g Raisins – incredibly finely chopped
1/4 cup / 15g Parsley
Lemon juice to style (I have additional 1 tablespoon)
Drizzle of Olive Oil (Optional) – use a excellent high quality olive oil, I have included natural and organic chilly pressed Olive oil

▶️ Process:

Begin by completely the quinoa right until the drinking water operates crystal clear and then enable it soak for about 30 minutes.

Dry roast the chopped almonds for about 2 to 3 minutes on medium warmth and then incorporate pine nuts and roast for yet another 1 to 2 minutes. Clear away from the pan and set aside for afterwards.

Wipe the pan cleanse and include cooking oil, onion and 1/4 teaspoon salt. Adding salt to onion will release it is moisture and help it cook dinner speedier so make sure you do not skip it. Fry the onion on medium-superior heat until eventually it just starts to caramelize.

When the onion has started out, lower the heat to medium or low (dependent on the warmth of your stove). Increase the finely chopped garlic and go on to for for a minute or right up until fragrant. Then incorporate spices (Turmeric, Floor Cumin, Floor Coriander, Cayenne Pepper) and mix properly. Appropriate absent increase the carrots, soaked quinoa, salt and water to the pan. Bring the water to a boil and the moment it starts boiling, decrease the heat to reduced and cook it protected for about 20 to 25 minutes. (It took me 20 minutes to cook the quinoa on my stove).

Uncover and incorporate the frozen peas and change off the warmth. Mix well. Make sure you notice, if you are working with fresh raw peas then include it to the pan alongside with the carrots.

Include the parsley, raisins, lemon juice and drizzle of olive oil to finish. Verify for seasoning and add salt if essential. Completely ready to serve. This can be eaten both heat and chilly.

▶️ Important Ideas:

– Thoroughly clean the quinoa, this will get rid of any impurities/gunk and will give a cleaner flavor to the quinoa. Also, once soaked, drain the h2o effectively from the quinoa if not it will flip soggy when cooked

– Adding salt to onion will launch it is moisture and will help it cook dinner faster so you should don’t skip it

-If you are applying fresh new raw peas then increase it to the pan along with the carrots.

– Turn the warmth to medium-very low to very low before including the garlic and spices. This will avert them from burning

– Raisins normally takes this dish to the subsequent stage, so I remarkably advise it. Also, it’s crucial that you finely chop the raisins so that it can disintegrate/melt in the dish

– This recipe is ideal for food prep and can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 to 4 days.

– This can be eaten equally heat and cold

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20 thoughts on “Curry Flavoured Quinoa (Plant-Based) | Healthy Vegan Quinoa Recipe For Dinner | Quinoa Recipes

  • at 11:05 pm

    It can be served cold.. if any is left!! This is the easiest and most delicious dish I've made in a long time! Thank you!!

  • at 12:50 pm

    The way you do the food preparation and the way your videos are created are both top notch. All your presentations / videos are very professional. I really enjoy both your videos and food. All five stars. Greetings from Sri Lanka.

  • at 5:09 pm

    had me until the raisins

  • at 7:46 pm

    I have just made it. I just used less carrots and put some green beans. Also at the end I added a spring onion. Absolutely delicious. It has the been the first time but it won’t be the last one for sure. 👍👍😋🌹❤️

  • at 8:52 pm

    What pan did you use? It’s fabulous.

  • at 10:36 pm

    Oh my goodness!! This looks amazing!! I'm adding parsley & raisins to my shopping delivery for tomorrow so I can make this for dinner. Thank you. XX

  • at 1:08 am

    Do you have this on your website with a printable recipe?

  • at 1:09 am

    Unfortunately, pine nuts are now going for $25/lb so I would omit them when I make this recipe. I would also substitute veggie broth for the water in the final cooking. Being at high altitude, I would use more then 1 cup of broth to prevent burning. I would also be extremely careful in cooking the garlic, when I do Chinese cooking I limit it to 10-15 seconds to prevent burning before adding something else. Overall, I think this is is a really good recipe where you can add or subtract ingredients as desired. I might even try serving it with or mixing it with basmati rice at least once. Being non-vegan, I would also be tempted to use ghee instead of olive oil. I’m looking forward to trying this because I’m only currently using quinoa for breakfast cooked with an equal amount of oatmeal. I tried being vegan for a while but it took me three times as much work to make anything. I also refuse to use a food processor, a vegan hallmark.

  • at 10:31 am

    hi, great recipe! may I know what portion is per person. I would like to try for 4-6 people. thank you!

  • at 5:21 pm

    I listened to the whole video and heard nothing about pre washed quinoa or rinsing the regular quinoa.

  • at 9:20 am

    Merci pour la recette
    Je viens de la faire pour ce midi
    Ca al air tres bon

  • at 8:32 pm

    Sem dúvida nenhuma, a melhor receita de quinoa que já provei!!
    Obrigada 😉

  • at 11:01 pm

    Beautiful dish! Can't wait to prepare for my boys who are vegetarian 💜❤️

  • at 7:24 am

    Can you substitute raisins for dates?

  • at 3:55 pm

    Gonna make it tomorrow💞💞🤗

  • at 11:12 pm

    I made it and add tomato paste to onion in the beginning it comes out delicious thanks again 🙏👍❤️💐

  • at 4:03 am

    What kind of a cooking pot were you using? Is it a Dutch oven? Thanks

  • at 1:57 pm

    That looks delicious! I've been using quinoa all wrong

  • at 3:19 am

    Do you have a cookbook available for purchase?

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