Oh. I also use coconut oil to saute the veggies!
This is a yummy, quick, and healthy option for a meal. The parmesan cheese was not necessary.
really good. Added a splash of red wine instead of white (just because that's what I had open) and it worked too. Also used canned mushrooms and granulated garlic (also just because that's what I had) Didn't even add the cheese. yummy stuff
I have been on a kale kick here lately and was looking for some inspiration, when I went to my old standby Real Simple. I thought this dish was great and was not lacking in flavor at all? I used a garlic quinoa, garlic EVOO and real garlic so perhaps that enhanced the flavors some as opposed to using regular everything else? Either way, this was super easy to make, which is always a bonus for me and I'll definitely be making it again!
This recipe is delicious! The white wine and salt make the veggies, especially the kale, very flavorful, which is a perfect compliment to the simple flavor of quinoa. I had never made quinoa before (I found it with the rice in case anyone was wondering where to look for it) and was pleasantly surprised by how low maintenance it is. I gave this dish five stars. Yum!
This looks lovely, though I am inclined to agree that this recipe would need a flavor boost, maybe a shot of soy sauce. Kale and quinoa are a great combo that I have been enjoying this year. I love them with eggs for breakfast, in salads, and in real, simple dishes like this one.
I couldn't find kale, so I used spinach instead. It was delicious!
This was indeed the most boring, bland dish I have ever made. I considered throwing the rest out... Then I added teriyaki and VOILA! I added it to the quinoa when I heated it up the next day, and I found it even enjoyable! This dish heats up... ok. The kale gets a little limp from being cooked, then refrigerated, then nuked. But the sweet potatoes are soft and I love mushrooms, so with the teriyaki, this is a dish I might make again!
I LOVED this recipe. Kale is a staple in my family's diet. It's so healthy and delicious. I excluded the parmesan from the recipe and I must tell you this dish is definately going to be in heavy rotation at our home.
My vegetarian husband loved this, as did I. It was the first time we have made quinoa, very easy in the rice cooker. I thought the recipe has lots of great flavor and it's really healthy!
I thought this was one of the most boring, bland dishes I've ever made. There are way better recipes on this website, find something else.
I have only had Quinoa once before at a salad bar and I loved it! I have used Kale a couple of times before in a soup and a stew and I just don't get it. I sure hope that kale is a super food because I don't like the texture and it doesn't add any flavor to the meal, unlike a leafy vegetable like cabbage or even spinach. Don't believe the website, it is going to take you about an hour from start to finish. I cooked the quinoa in my rice cooker and as I do with rice, I added ½ teaspoon of salt to water. For the rest of the dish I followed the recipe except for the quantity of garlic. I don't understand any recipe that calls for two cloves of garlic!!! There are very few times when garlic is called for that I don't use the entire bulb. In this case I use half a bulb and I could have used more, just don't do it before a first date unless you both are going to eat this meal. Oh, did I mention, I bought the wrong kind of potato (I bought yams by accident) and it still worked out fine. I just finished eating this meal and I am thoroughly sated after a single portion and it was worth doing!
A go-to dish that's astoundingly easy to make. I've tried wine and chicken broth - both are very good in different ways. Shaved parmesan reggiano adds a little more depth to the finish. Whether you're a vegetarian or omnivore, this is a great weekday dinner staple.
This is honestly one of the best non-meat entrees I have ever had. I have made it three times and have converts to quinoa (most have never heard of it) each time. I make it with chicken broth instead of the wine.