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Rinse quinoa and combine with 2 cups water in a microwave-safe bowl. Partially cover with a lid (a plate works fine too) and cook for 6 minutes. Add the water to a saucepot and boil. Reduce the heat to low, stir in the grains, and cover. Cook for at least 20 minutes (up to 40 minutes for a lighter texture). *There are countless numbers of different instructions online, most of them suggesting that it be presoaked prior to cooking.

How to Make Quinoa Simply and Easily. Quinoa used in a dessert. Quinoa has become a popular alternative to rice and other grains simply because of how easy, versatile and delicious it is to eat.

Not only that, but it is very popular due to its low glucose. Cook up a batch of quinoa — either on the stove or in your Instant Pot — and you’ve got the makings for a huge variety of easy, wholesome meals. While it’s often referred to as a grain, quinoa is actually a seed, and it’s packed with protein and fiber, making it a satisfying addition wherever it’s used. Add the water and quinoa to a medium pot with a lid. Cook the quinoa over a medium-high flame until it reaches a boil.

Place a lid on the pot, lower the flame and simmer for 10 15 minutes or until the germ separates from the seed. Combine the rinsed quinoa and water in a saucepan. Bring the mixture to a boil over medium-high heat, then decrease the heat a bit to maintain a gentle simmer. Cook until the quinoa has absorbed all of the water, about 10 to 20 minutes (small amounts of quinoa will be ready closer to 10 minutes; larger amounts between 15 to 20).

You can cook quinoa in a rice cooker (or the Instant Pot), but the best way to cook quinoa is actually on the stovetop. Start your quinoa in simmering water to kick-start its blooming and unraveling phase, making it fluffier than you thought possible. The ratio we use with the Instant Pot is 1 part quinoa to 1 1/2 parts liquid.

Simply combine grains and liquid in your Instant Pot, then cook on high pressure for one minute. Let sit for about 10 minutes to allow the pressure to release naturally. Fluff with a fork and enjoy!This recipe is the perfect way to repurpose your leftover cooked quinoa from last night’s dinner, or create a guilt-free morning indulgence.

4 of 17 Applications. Place quinoa, water or broth, and salt (optional) in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil.

Reduce heat to a simmer, cover, and cook until all of the water is absorbed. This will take between 10-18 minutes, depending on how much quinoa you are cooking.

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Reduce the heat, cover, and simmer over low heat until the quinoa is tender and the water is absorbed, about 15 to 20 minutes.

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Reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer until quinoa has absorbed most of water and is just tender, 12 to 14 minutes.

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Add quinoa, reduce heat, cover, and simmer until all the water is absorbed and the grains become translucent and pop open (15–25 minutes).

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Reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and continue to simmer until quinoa is tender, 16 to 18 minutes.

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Turn the heat to medium-high and shake the pan regularly until you see the quinoa moving easily and can hear the seeds moving in the pan, indicating that they are dry.

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Add rinsed quinoa to boiling water; reduce heat to low, and simmer for 7 minutes.

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Reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and continue to simmer until quinoa is tender, 18 to 20 minutes.

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Cover, reduce heat, and simmer 15 minutes or until quinoa is

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Reduce heat, cover pan, and simmer 15–18 minutes until quinoa is tender; set aside.

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Cover, reduce heat to low, and simmer until water is absorbed and quinoa is translucent and tender, about 10 to 15 minutes.

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  • Thank u for keeping the traditional tabouleh recipe (except for the quinoa) cause I see a lot of people adding cucumber and celery and other things.. I’m Armenian, Lebanese and this is our favorite, u see here everywhere here in Lebanon.. btw we also use the stems just chop them like u did the parsley.. as always amazing video hun..����

  • Folks always have something negative to say and complain about�� This Video is just what I was looking for….a very simple way to cook quinoa. THANK YOU SO MUCH��

  • I am making the Mexican but no beans and home made salsa, hope it comes out good. It’s also my very first time working with quinoa so I want to try it out and see if it is worth adding to my diet, also I am 12. Will let you know how it goes!!!!

  • u should make some more. i really love quinoa and ive been searching for quinoa recipes that dont require that many ingredients.. so, thank you so much!:)

  • Omg, this is hilarious. I always use Trader Joe’s quinoa, but haven’t been able to get it right now. I picked the Canadian quinoa from Grocery Outlet and know I know why I can’t get it right. Glad to know it’s not me��. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

  • you might want to rethink the coconut oil. i used to use a lot of coconut oil in my cooking too but it’s just not healthy when using more than a very small amount. coconut oil is best applied to skin.

  • Thanks for the awesome video. These look great except for all the oil. Coconut oil does nearly as much damage to your arteries as fat and cholesterol from red meat. Zero health benefits and lots of downsides. So i hope these recipes taste as awesome without the oil. ��

  • Oh my goodness Nicole
    I came back to this video because I have the same Canadian quinoa and thought if we used your method, it would work..lol. it’s so sticky and mushy, I can’t do it. I was thinking of making it into flour so it doesn’t go to waste: )

  • I’m not vegan but love vegetarian and vegan food and have been adding more vegan food into my weekly diet. Thanks for all your videos cus they inspire me to try these recipes. I’m a new subscriber and will tag you when I try out your recipes!

  • Wonderful movie! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we adore to notice these types of contents. We create Travel & Food video too, throughout the world, and also we are always looking for inspirations and also good ideas. Thank You.

  • I’m so glad I found this. I really like your recepices. I’ve never had quinoa before so I wasn’t sure how to cook it. Is it a problem if the quinoa is mixed?

  • I’ve never tried Quinoa because it is pretty expensive here ;/ Is it tasty?
    My challenge for you:): A vegan pizza. When I make pizza the crust is always stiff(?I don’t know the correct word) and not very tasty..

  • LMAO this is me I have that kind n I don’t wanna toss it so I just make it n eat it hot lol if it’s cold is just bad lol you’re dope������❣️

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  • Could you please jerk your hands around a bit more, if that’s possible? I don’t speak or write a bit of English, so I need a lot of reinforcements for every syllable so I can comprehend.

  • Thank you so much for your tutorial! So clear and concise with the important steps specially reiterated. �� I have failed twice before watching this video. My quinoa got burnt, overflowed from the pot and it gave me a phobia about cooking it again. Lol. But thanks to your video, I finally succeeded in cooking quinoa over the stove and achieved the right texture! Cooked it with coconut milk and salt, yummy!:)

  • Hey Kianoah is not the last grain used its still rice and some people believe that all there is to believe because a neighbor can’t come over! You know.Luckily in france both protugal and Spain can run even part spain with mountains, LOve thy neighbor doesn’t mean ETA Iraq because hitler boys kill even a hit leer. For I met them they dunn. They brooked and dunn.

  • Omg! I made this w Great Value (Walmart brand) quinoa and guys! It’s so bomb! I used homemade chicken stock so I was able to control how much salt was in it. It turned out amazing! Def recommend!

  • ummm, the saponin is still on each seed? did you soak this prior to toasting to remove the saponin? does the toasting negate the bitter soapyness of the saponin?
    OK OK I see it, there is a comment from skye lights from 5 years ago stating you must rinse first, I would suggest you NOT add wet quinua to HOT oil as the splattering could burn you badly!!

  • Damn I missed the memo I bought 4 bags of that Quinoa from Grocery Outlet ����‍♀️ the first couple of times I cooked it…it was a goopy mess! Tonight I made it similar to how you did but I had the top on����‍♀️ it was better though! It’s a learning curve for sure lol

  • Assalamualaikum warahmatulahi wabarakatuh. It works perfectly everytime I cook quinoa. Jazakumullah khairan. Thank you very much ♥️♥️♥️

  • I added turmeric to my quinoa just like in the video, initially it was delicious, but afterward, it smelled so strong that I couldn’t even eat it

  • Definitely takes longer than 12-15 minutes to cook. After about 15 minutes she took of the lid but I had to cook for another 8 minutes without lid. That’s with the 1 cup quinoa and 2 cup water ratio

  • Quinoa should be soaked in water for 12 hours then rinsed ao that the toxic innit will be released to the water! If cooked without being soaked first it will release poisons to our body. Of curse no one will die because it’s at the cellular level but it’s not good for health

  • Parsley,1 cup Feta chesse,1/4 lemon vingrette, pinch salt, pinch pepper, sauté red pepper, 1 cup dice tomatoes, 1 cup cucumber 😉 yummy

  • I watched this and your video on cooking different kinds of rice, very simple and straightforward, thank you! Is there a chance you can do a similar video for different kinds of beans in the instant pot?

  • A recepe includes what amount of ingredients. I’m still guessing on the water part. Was that to hard to figure out when making this video? This gets a fail. Sorry

  • Thank you for knowing how to make a concise video without tons of explanation. This is very much appreciated. Will follow your channel! Making a quinoa salad for my gf tonight and clicked on yours because it was 45 seconds. Thanks again!

  • Hi there! I just love your presentations! i eat quinoa for my breakfast since it’s high in protein! I used it cooked, in a bowl with agave or raw honey, my homemade soy milk and a chopped up fruit. It’s amazing!!!

  • Made the one with salsa and cumin today. Used Mango Peach Salsa from Costco It was awesome! I also had some caramelized onion and peppers I threw in with the roasted corn from Trader Joe’s. Thanks for the idea! Can totally see this in my rotation!

  • Thank you for sharing! I made it like you said and its perfect. My mother in law used to make it and she will cook it spread it in a baking sheet and let it dry a bit. Too many steps for me and in this video you make it so simple! Thanks (also sent it to my momma in law to make it)

  • Not sure if others have this problem but the white/tan lettering on a tan background is really hard to see…. my eyes didn’t even register till I wondered why you weren’t giving amounts…. hopefully you can change it to something darker that stands out regardless of the background you are filming. Thank you.

  • Stunning video clip! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we adore to notice these sort of content. We create Travel & Food videos too, all around the world, and therefore we are always seeking for inspirations and also techniques. Thank You.

  • Okay wow, i have cooked quinoa wrong…. like it has always felt tough and rubbery and i always thought i have to cook it longer and i usually cooked my quinoa like half an hour or more and stirred it often and i think with too much water… i mean it tasted okay but i always thought how the hell people get their quinoa ready in 15 minutes and it’s fluffy…. saw your video and i thought fine i’ll give it a go and did everything exactly like you said…i didn’t believed it would work… but OMG this worked and my quinoa have never tasted this good and soft and fluffy, i was so amazed, now i’m always donna do it like this, so thank you thank you thank you, they should put this on the boxes too:D

  • The one thing lacking in your video Is that you don’t tell us what your stove is set up that high heat medium what? Other than that video is great helped out a lot thanks

  • I made your recipe last night but I used chicken stock and butter. I thought I died and went to heaven. Yummy.
    I like using veggie broth but someone gave me the chicken stock so I used it. That quinoa is like the caviar of grains. Thank you for the recipe my dear.

  • I don’t understand she said wait for water to boil and then it said to turn heat down to simmer �� so do I let it boil or simmer ��

  • Thanks for the info. I bought a mixed bag of white, red and black quinoa, how would the cooking times differ in this instance? Thanks again.

  • This was my first video of yours I watched and i instantly became obsessed. Please never stop you’re so awesome and so is your food!!!!

  • How funny, I just went to Trader Joe’s today for the first time in years and I picked up a bag of that same Quinoa…came on YouTube to find out how to cook it and I find your video where you cook the exact same brand and type. Thanks

  • As a Middle Eastern, when I saw Tabouleh with quinoa i was like Arabs crying everywhere lmao but i do admire the recipe! It looks bomb. Personally, I would do a lot more parsley cuz that’s really the base of Tabouleh. I would also add some fresh mint and red onion! Also, you want to dice your tomatoes a lotttt more finely cuz that’s how we do in the Middle East!

    Note: ok why doest qunioa look like a bunch of small condoms im sorry ������ i love quinoa though

  • I found out the hard way also is that once the water starts boiling and you put the lid on the pan and you lower the heat to simmer it for 20 minutes is that you have to lower the heat as low as you can as long as you can see the water babbling of course if is not babbling is too low, the reason I’m saying this because on 3 different occasions I set the heat to medium low to simmer it and the quinoa never got puffy and soft it stayed small and crunchy no good it tasted awful. I learned after that to simmer it as low as possible as long as is babbling it might take an extra 2 minutes for the water to be absorbed but it will be perfect every time.

  • It’s kind of like the reverse way that I fry my rice. Also be careful with using a metal utensil inside a pot like that. if it has a non-stick coating it will ruin it really fast.

  • lol she forgot to tell how much quinoa can absorb how much water. People need the exact number like “0,2 l” because putting “2 cups” as a quantity into the description won’t help.

  • This is a perfect tutorial for ppl like me that want to eat more healthy but have never really tried specific things like Quinoa before. I feel more confident now and not like I’m gonna end up wasting my money buying it:) Keep up the good work!

  • Hello, I just bought my first bag of quinoa and found your video, but I have an electric stove. Help! I want my quinoa to come out perfect like yours did. How do I do this??

  • You showed in your recipe that you are washing quinoa under the tap and then you put dry quino in the fryingpan
    Little confuse please explain

  • To bring out the the power of turmeric, it needs to be combined with oil like olive oil or coconut oil, and ground pepper…. good for the body

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  • The last time I remembered I had quinoa was about 2 to 3 years ago, I hated the way it taste i thought it was weird. 6 months ago I went vegan and decided to try quinoa again as they so nutritious! I’m so glad I saw this tutorial because I just realised I cooked it wrong the last time!�� Thank you Raoul and Miriam!

  • All sounds great, but I’m a bit worried about soy sauceit is not healthy and high in sodium. There are healthy alternatives, for example, Bragg makes one.

  • Hi. It’s my first time cooking Quinoa. I got the red kind. The instructions on the box told me to wash it first. Was I supposed to do that? Because it’s taking a bit longer than 20 minutes to cook up. And does it matter if my stove is electric?

  • You two are amazing.  The Quinoa has just cooked perfectly, so instead of your Shepherds Pie tonight we’re going to have your summer salad instead!               Cheers m’dears!

  • I’ve finally learned how to cook quinoa. I was having a lot of trouble cooking back quinoa and gave up on it a long time ago. I’ll attempt it again soon. Thanks!

  • Hi there! I found your channel thanks for +KevinTheVeganGuy recommendation… and let me tell you, I’m fascinated with your videos… the way you properly explain the steps through the recipe and the healthier way to achieve a vegan diet, is just amazing and easy to follow.
    Could you please recommend yummy salads and dressings?

    Thanks!

  • Dang girl is there any way you can direct the next Tom Cruise film, you can take it from 3 hours to 25 minutes…��. Cutie petutie too.

  • Thanks I usually put bulgur in my tabouleh. However I have 2 friends coming for dinner one is celiac the other hashimoto, so gluten free, quinoa is great ��

  • Hi I really like way U showed how to cook quinoa. But in my case I bought mix quinoa white, black, and red. so can u tell me what the megerment I can do it.

  • Oh my goodness�� I was seriously thinking all this time that I was bad at making quinoa everytime I try to but when u said which brand was bad THAT WAS THE BRAND I WAS USING�� well now I know not to get it

  • My trick which was learned from a friend, is to soak the quinoa for 30 min-an hour. Sometimes i soak it longer, will put it in the fridge and it sprouts by itself. Then cook with the same water ratio, and it’s done in less than 5 minutes, and no mushiness: )
    it also needs to be drained. Sounds more high maintenance but to me it’s a lazier way cause the next day it cooks quick.
    Loved the video as always!

  • Quinoa is delicious and super healthy. When cooking it at home I use my rice cooker and add in some no sodium vegetable stock for added flavor. Sometimes I will add in a can of red beans or lentils towards the end of cooking. The quinoa is perfectly cooked with very little effort.
    Question for you…Have you tried sprouting quinoa? If so, what are your thoughts?
    Thanks for all the great videos! 

  • Video sound good but you forgot to mention the cooking temperature when you put the oil and after covering the quinoa, is is low, medium or high

  • Nicole, you deserve your own live tv series… I’m sure All vegans will love your tv show….
    keep up the good works hun…:-) xx

  • Thanks very much for this value and info-packed video! Love your exuberance! Should the onions/garlic be sauteéd over medium heat, with the quinoa cooked at the same temperature? I just heard you say to turn it down to a simmer when the desired firmness is reached.

  • Omg!!! Thank you!!! This recipe was great! I never thought make quinoa this way. Especially using a broth or stock instead of water; total game changer. ❤

  • About oil choices. Not all oils are made equal. You want to keep away from hydrogenated oils such as margarine, vegetable oils are also toxic, stay away from canola oil. Flax seed, sesame, coconut and olive oils are all good choices healthwise.

  • Are there other brands of quinoa that you also love? Also, if YES, do we cook the same way? Thanks for all your videos! I am “trying” to add more veggies to my life!

  • you rinsed the Quinoa, so it got wet, next frame the quinoa is dry and you are frying it? you did not say anything about drying the quinoa 1st. most confusing video

  • Please help! Why does my quinoa burnt at the bottom around 15 minutes, I realized there was a burning smell… I followed the steps.. maybe too little olive oil?

  • For my quick, go-to meal, I mix a quarter teaspoon of Better than Bouillon veggie with 1 cup water. Add 1/2 cup Costco quinoa and stir, top with half a can of cooked pinto beans. Cover and cook 20 minutes, rest 10 and voila.

  • Thank you a lot for this guidance…. As I’m on the way of shedding my extra kilos, I was searching about quinoa cooking & end up to your video…. Really thankful to you…. Stay blessed….����

  • I watch a lot of vegan YouTube LOL and I can’t even begin to tell you that almost everybody never rinses the quinoa. It drives me nuts! If for nothing else it’s the first step in the directions on the package.

  • My 1st time cooking Quinoa
    Did the same as video but added 1tsp turmeric powder and 1/2 tsp chilli flakes and 1tbs tomato paste while toasting the Quinoa �� it’s was delicious with bit of a kick ��
    thanks for sharing

  • How long can you store after cooking. Or do u have to make it fresh everyday to get the nuetrients? Can I prep on Sunday. And make enough to last 4 days and refrigerate?

  • My daughter just bought me half a doz. bottles of Trader Joe’s honey on her way home from DC. When I heard your promotion of Trader Joe’s quinoa, I knew she picked the right brand. You made everything look so easy. Thank you.

  • Thank you for the quinoa protocol of cooking it. I bought the Greenwise Organic tri-colored quinoa that was on special for BOGO @ my Publix grocery store. I will follow your method. You rock!��

  • OMG! I bought that same quinoa at Grocery Outlet and I had the same results: mushy, like a flax egg. Just nasty. Thank you for saying something! ��

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  • My Kee NO Wah recipe is my own. Cast Iron or Stone Dutch Oven:

    Add I container of chicken stock two cups of KeeNoWah. Add a huge bunch of fresh baby spinach. Add a couple of boneless/skinless chicken breasts (uncooked). Add a touch of olive oil, two sliced cloves of garlic, rosemary, thyme, salt, pepper, and a half cup of white wine. Top with a few slices of lemon. Cook for about 1 hour 15 minutes covered on 375. Notice that the quinoa has absorbed the flavors. It also has created this slightly crunchy top like a turkey dressing….mmmmmm! THIS is a wonderful meal! The left overs are better..if you can manage to leave some lol!:) PS I have also made it with kale..it is just as amazing!

  • Thanks so much for posting this recipe. First time, I used the BBC recipe. Far too much water, and inedible, soggy quinoa. This was perfect!

  • Good video. im giving it a like. Music background: theres a million of videos and commercials with that ugly and distracting song. something different for future videos maybe?

  • I’m just beginning to start playing with quinoa as a diet option and I wasn’t sure why mine tasted kindof like I bit a leaf? I’m not sure how to explain it, but it’s probably because I didn’t cook it long enough maybe. But my favorite way to cook it is I do 1/2 cup of quinoa, 3/4 cup of water, 1/4 cup of beef stock, some salt, pepper, garlic, onion powder (little bit), some basil, a few chives, and lastly a bay leaf while cooking. I’ve never fried it before though so I’ll definitely try that next time!

  • you look a bit like Jennifer Carpenter, also thx for the vid, havent watched it yet but the comments are very reassuring! i have a tricolored quinoa to cook:D

  • Hi �� from Japan ���� I really love your video and recipes. I will try to cook this recipe especially second one.and I’m always looking forward to watching your video ����

  • Quick question, if I’m cooking white quinoa in an instant pot like you said however I’m cooking 2 cups instead of 1, do I still cook it for 1 minute or double to 2 mins?