Quinoa Stir Fry

Quinoa Stir Fry

In a pinch? What to cook for dinner? This has easily become one of my main “go to” recipes for a quick meal. The best part, you can use random vegetables in your fridge. In this specific case I had some veggies starting to go bad sitting in my fridge. I just didn’t get to use them on time. Instead of feeling the bottomless pit of shame and guilt for not using up my dearly beloved vegetables that I went out of my way to buy organic, spent money on, and someone spent time caring and growing them, I just toss them all in 1 lovely recipe!

A stir fry is so versatile and can be changed up so much, that I probably have never “officially” made one the same way. Always different vegetable combinations., and you can opt for rice, or (one of my favorites) rice noodles, even other options. Don’t be afraid of getting creative! You can add any veggies you can think of. You can also easily “sneak” super foods in that members of your family wouldn’t normally eat. Sneaky Sneaky!

Aside from cooking the quinoa (or whatever else you choose as your base) It only takes about 15 minutes to cook. Sometimes I precook some rice or quinoa to throw into recipes throughout the week so that can majorly speed up the process.

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Quinoa, Broccoli, Snow Peas, Spinach, Kale, Bok Choy (The greens are all in 1 bowl), Carrots, Scallions, Beets, Ginger, Garlic, Sesame Seeds, Sriracha, Coconut Oil, Turmeric, Rice Vinegar, and Tamari (Organic Gluten Free Soy Sauce)

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Add Everything to Pan or Wok and Stir together until Vegetables are Vibrant Green

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I like to serve more sriracha on the side in case someone prefers this dish more spicy!

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Quinoa Veggie Stir Fry
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  1. 1 cup Quinoa (dry) then cooked
  2. *Vegetables* (these are the ones I used)
  3. 2 cups chopped Kale, Spinach, and Bok Choy mixed
  4. 2 cups chopped Broccoli
  5. 1 cup Carrots (shredded or spiraled)
  6. 1 cup Snow Peas
  7. 1 cup chopped Green Onions
  8. 1/2 cup cubed Beets
  9. 4 Garlic Cloves chopped
  10. 1" cube of Ginger shredded
  11. 1 T. Sesame Seeds
  12. 1 T. Sriracha
  13. 1 T. Coconut Oil
  14. 1 T. Turmeric
  15. 1/4 cup Rice Vinegar
  16. 1/4 cup Tamari (organic GF soy sauce)
  17. *salt for taste if desired
  1. In a wok or pan over medium heat add in the Coconut Oil, cooked Quinoa, Broccoli, Beets, Snow peas, Carrots, Garlic, and Ginger
  2. Mix together and allow to cook while continually stirring for 5 minutes
  3. Add in all of the remaining ingredients and continue to stir for another 5-10 minutes
  4. Once Broccoli, and greens have cooked to a vibrant green color, remove from heat and serve.
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 Also, for my vegan and vegetarian friends, If you haven’t tried this Vegan Chili you should def. check it out! I can’t forget my friends who eat clean and paleo, make sure to try these chicken kabobs .




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