I’ve been promising this recipe for awhile!! It’s SO tasty!! Enjoy
Ingredients *everything is approximate I just threw everything together.
3/4 cup dry quinoa (rinsed)
1 – 2 cups sliced mushrooms (I just used white ones)
as much kale as you like
1/4 cup walnuts – chopped
1/4 white onion chopped
1 tsp dried savoury or herb of choice
2+ cups broth (I used chicken)
Sauté onions and mushrooms until onions are translucent.
Add in quinoa and 1/2 cup broth
Simmer on medium until all broth is sucked up (yes that’s a technical term)
Add another 1/2 cup of broth stirring until broth is gone again… continue in 1/2 cup
Add in kale, walnuts and savoury - stir until combined and kale is slightly steamed
Add in salt and pepper to taste!
Serve warm or also is great as a cold left over!
So creamy and delicious!!
This was such a fantastic meal!!! Hearty and filling!!
I think next time I might use these…
And use the water from soaking them as the broth!! (YUM! and so nutritious!)
As I have mentioned a few times, this recipe came as an inspiration from someone elses blog, so if this was yours, please let me know, so I can give you kudos!!
Have a great day today – are you up to anything fun??
I’m doing homework, a few wedding things and then hopefully ZUMBA!
This looks really good. I am definitely going to make it! And I am lactose intolerant, so this is just perfect. :)ReplyDelete
That's what I'm talkin' about! I love it! I bet the walnuts add an amazing depth... and looking here I have everything to make this (I only have a couple stalks of kale left though, so I might have to use some spinach too)... I think I just found dinner for tonight!ReplyDelete
yes, walnuts are a good add! I'll have to try this with my GF risotto!ReplyDelete
I want this for dinner! Mmmm... Looks fabulous! I love all of the ingredients you've used!ReplyDelete
Hearty and winter warming. Just what I like!ReplyDelete
that meal is "so me." esp. if you used the dried shitakes - i have some in my pantry right now i don't know what to do with!!!ReplyDelete
I just made this for lunch and it was delicious! Thanks for the recipe.ReplyDelete
Could I use bone booth instead of chicken booth?ReplyDelete