RECIPE: Spicy Curry Mushroom Quinoa


Spicy Curry Mushroom Quinoa

Spicy Curry Mushroom Quinoa
If you are looking for some quick lunch or dinner ideas. Quinoa is a fast nutritionally packed grain that will make your belly super satisfied. Here is a delicious filling quinoa recipe that would be a great side dish, or tossed on top of a great big salad!
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Golden & Black Quinoa (225 g)
  1. 2 cups of water
  2. Dash of Cool Runnings Caribbean spice and roasted Garlic
  3. Dash of Cool Runnings Jamaican style curry powder
Sliced Cremini Mushrooms (227 g)
  1. 1.5 cups of water
  2. Tsp Cool Runnings Caribbean spice and roasted Garlic
  3. Tsp Cool Runnings Jamaican style curry powder
  4. Dash of Turmeric
First the Quinoa
  1. Grab a medium pot, boil 2 cups of water with a dash of caribbean spice and curry powder.
  2. Add the quinoa and wait 15 min. When done, set aside.
Now the mushrooms
  1. In a medium pan, fill it with 1.5 cups of water. add a tsp of caribbean spice, tsp of curry powder and a dash of turmeric.
  2. Allow to boil and add the mushrooms. (mushrooms should take 10 min or until soft).
  3. Keep the remaining water for the final step!
  1. Mix the quinoa and mushrooms together and pour the remaining spiced mushroom water overtop.
  2. ENJOY!
  1. If you don't have the specific spices that I used, you can use any kind of curry and for the caribbean spice you can just use some garlic, onion, allspice, hot pepper (maybe cayenne), and a little bit of pink Himalayan sea salt. Make it your own and add some other stuff if you want!
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Jeremy Matthew Wulkan, is a co-founder of Clean Livin', Thai Yoga Massage Practitioner and a aspiring health coach. 9 years ago he chose to become vegetarian for ethical reasons which then he soon adopted a vegan lifestyle. Years later after becoming very ill due unknown reasons and the lack of knowledge regarding plant-based nutrition, he spent countless hours doing research and found an extreme passion towards the aspect of health in veganism.

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