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Instructions Heat the oil and garlic in a large skillet or wok over medium-high heat, stirring until fragrant about 30 seconds. Add quinoa and veggies and cook until starting to soften and coated in flavoring. Ingredients 1 cup dried quinoa, rinsed 1 3/4 cups water or low-sodium vegetable broth 1 cup corn 8 oz. mushrooms, sliced 2 carrots, peeled and diced 3 scallions, thinly sliced (green and white parts) 1 small. Veggie Loaded Quinoa Fried Rice.

This super simple and nutritious quinoa fried rice is loaded with vegetables and bursting with flavor. An easy weeknight dinner. Veggie quinoa fried rice is a fantastic twist on an Asian classic. We replace the rice with quinoa to add more protein and fiber to the dish, making it more nutrient dense. Another reason is that quinoa.

In a very large skillet, heat the oil over medium high heat. Add the onion and white and light green portions of the green onions and sauté until translucent, about 3 minutes, then add the carrots and sauté for 3 minutes. Add the garlic and ginger and sauté for 2 minutes.

Add the quinoa. Quinoa Veggie “Fried Rice”. posted inasian inspired, entree, giveaway, healthy, quick & easy, vegetarian//93 Comments ». Quinoa is a wonderful substitute in this protein-packed veggie “fried rice”. Health Benefits of Vegan Quinoa Fried Rice. This Simple Quinoa Fried Rice is not only delicious and easy to make, but its packed with healthy ingredients: Quinoa – quinoa is full of protein. Vegetarian Quinoa Fried Rice.

This flavorful vegetarian quinoa fried rice with broccoli, peas, and carrots, is healthy and delicious! Your family will love this tasty gluten-free dish! Recipe. Quinoa fried rice is made just like traditional fried rice with eggs, veggies, and a soy sauce-based sauce but uses cooked quinoa instead of rice.

Cook for 3 minutes, than add the sauce and quinoa. Stir fry for 1 minute, then remove from the heat. Top this easy quinoa fried rice with with chopped scallions (green part only) and sesame seeds (optional).

This quinoa fried rice is much better than fast food fried rice!

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Add the quinoa, reduce the heat to low, and simmer until the quinoa is fluffy but still slightly crunchy, 15 to 20 minutes.

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In this recipe you can substitute long grain brown organic rice for the quinoa if you’d like, but do try the quinoa.

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4 When the quinoa is ready, add the sesame oil and scallion greens, fluff with a fork, and taste and adjust the seasoning.

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Add the quinoa, stir to combine, and heat through for 2–3 minutes.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: With its hearty flavor, chewy texture, and complete protein properties, quinoa has increasingly become a popular side dish.

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  • I’ve replaced the rice wine vinegar with lemon, it worked fine! too bad I didn’t have anything spicy tho. super easy, super delicious! thanks

  • This recipe is one of my favorite ones, my toddler also love it! I added some cooked chickpeas this time. Just pass by to say thank you!

  • Absolutely freakin delicious. I made quinoa + this recipe for the first time and it was GREAT! I will definitely make this again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Even my picky husband and picky 8 year old said it was good!!!!!! Thanks BOBBY

  • love all your videos I’ve seen so far! One question about this one though can it be done without eggs and if so should I substitute for something? I am highly allergic to eggs. thank you!

  • I am going to make this and add to it vegan general tso chicken from Whole Foods along with cashews.  Thank you for the inspiration.

  • in the written recipe direction part, it says “To make the quonia, bring just over 2 cups of water to a boil in a pot and add 1/4 teaspoon of water”. Did it mean to say 1/4 teaspoon of..salt? /:

  • That ‘s the fast time i coked it.omg very easily and very delicious. Thank you very much.now i’m going to cook every day..thanks again.

  • That’s amateur. You should put more oil when start stir frying and the pan seems burn now. I would prefer toss onion garlic & ginger then adding some cook wine to increase aroma. Too much of oyster sauce and of cause it will taste great it’s full of MSG. Uncle Roger and I sure will be upset on this

  • Wow for the first time on cooking quinoa I wanted to come out with a boom and I did I wanted ideas and follow some of the video but I give food my personal touch all the time and with a mahi mahi and add some salted shrimp to the rice will give it a whole other experience. Thanks and looking to see more out of your channel

  • Bro DONT use canola oil!! It’s meant to be used on stamping machines!! Aaagh!! Olive oil,palm, mustard blend with EVOO. ��������

  • Yehey! I am not Vegan but grateful you’ve been so considerate and showed them another healthy recipe to try.. looking forward for more ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • I have never tried quinoa b4 but I’m gonna try this 2 nite..I’m gonna add some mushrooms, cos I have some to use up, but I love mushrooms anyway..

  • this is great i just started to change my diet and quinoa is one big change thats in place if the rice, this i will definitely try this week. i also love sesame seed oil, at first my kids were like what is that smell and taste but when they eat the foods i use it in they cant get enough. i also cooked the spaghetti squash and its excellent….i showed my kids how i prepared it from start to finish and they have an appreciation for food now…thx u have done an excellent job in teaching me something new!

  • Chef Buck u have to soak it first in order to get rid of the physic acid. It prevents our bodies from getting all the nutrients from the quinoa. Jus sayin 😉

  • ngayon ko lang narinig and nakita ung ganitong klase ng recipe. nakakatakam sya lalo pa mahilig tlga ako sa vegetables. healthy foods ��

  • Cooking always seems like such a chore. Until I came across your video. This was simple easy and quick. And I really enjoyed it. Thank you for your time and showing us a better way to eat that is truly healthy and life changing

  • I ate this quinoa with salmon from B’J restaurant. It tastes so delicious. I m going to make it tonight replace for rice. Rice cause so much disease

  • Man, who doesn’t like garlic?! Nice reggae beats xD
    But euhm guys don’t use eggs unless the eggs are from your own (free, happy, nonstresshormoned) chickens.. And chef careful with your cholestrol levels.. (What could replace the eggs in this recipe?)

  • Hello my lovelies!

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    I’m asking you lovely people a favor and help me take action. If you see anyone’s re-uploading my videos/content please notify me. I

    work hard and put my heart making these videos and to have someone just grab it, monetize and claim it as their own is just heart breaking!

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  • It made me crazy the fact you were cookng sideways…like tue kit hen in ypur back…and then in one frame the camera got all steamed hahaha so funny…good vid btw!

  • That must be good because you used ginger and garlic Amy like a vegetables! That’s how I cook. I use garlic and ginger amount as much as the amount of my veggies.

  • Stop glancing ay your vid -cam…..so distracting! Just go on..,we’re here!,, watching your so organized and well -explained Quinoa Fried Rice
    demo-cooking…..

  • You need to do some more research about your ingredients, sir… Canola oil is one of the WORST oils out there; HIGHLY processed and bad for you,,, why would you suggest an unhealthy oil when there are so many other options?

  • Excuse me i would like to give you a suggestion. The quinoa you should wash it for at least seven timesto remove the soapy and bitter it. It contains saponin. \\\\\\\it’s advice.Thank you.

  • Ooooweee sooo i have been trying my hardest to transition from black people food (african American and African) to “healthy” food but healthy food doesn’t taste good. However this right here changed the game for me thank you sooo much!!!

  • It’s always better use cold press sesame at the very last minute of any dish instead. Sesame oil + high heat = diseaster, ruin the nutrients and flavore!

  • Chef Buck I like you & your video����, good job, the only thing, I didn’t like was you continually kept eating out of the skillet w/that cross-contaminated germy wood spoon, excuse me, IF that’s how you normally eat out of a skillet on the stove.
    sir, please fix a plate, stand or have a seat & enjoy your meal from a plate, not skillet on the stove, it was in such poor taste
    IF you’re going to eat, all I ask is would you please stop eating out of the skillet,
    that’s why I didn’t subscribe yet,
    man-thing or not?, It’s poor etiquette & you had a guest? mother? sister? wife? daughter? friend? neighbor? whoever? However delicious or not Quinoa stir fry was, IF you must continually taste & eat out of the skillet, please use plastic throwaway spoons each time you go in for more. Hope you had common courtesy enough to fix guest’s plate w/a clean spoon, before you dug in twice into that skillet again w/that same contaminated wood spoon,
    but anyhow, time allowing & God is always willing I’m going to make your Quinoa stir fry today 2/4/20 thank you❤️and I’ll be back to subscribe.. Peace

  • Masha Allah tabarak Allah��
    This looks so yummy����
    I wish the video was without the music so we can enjoy the sound of the cooking..
    But it’s woderful��

    Love from Saudi Arabia��

  • Be kind! I do that once in a blue moon with tamari sauce, especially if mushrooms are in the mix. (typing with left hand, learning a whole new way of being). Great recipe for budgets etc. and super healthy; I would add with the frozen peas, some frozen kale. Quinoa is great because it is a complete protein and doesn’t dry out as any kind of rice will do if leftovers etc Not bad at all!!!! My mom was jewish, OK so am I and she really hated matzo ball soup. With a good broth, slice up those perfect eggs as if they were noodles. Anything goes…. now how do I get rid of this bold typeface …. I subscribed, great ideas!

  • When there’s a Chef Buck version of whatever new recipe I’m looking into, I immediately click. Straightforward, humorous, and delicious. What’s not to love? Thanks Buck!

  • Aren’t you supposed to wash the quinoa first? Please look at all the other videos! Or read the directions on the package! Boy they let anybody on here!

  • Andami kong gusto itry sa mga recipes mo gurl.. road to healthy eating na ba to.. hehe ang galing mo talaga.. the quality, style, editing ng vid.. amazing!!! Idol!! ��

  • A good quality olive oil usually has a higher smoke point than canola. Unrefined canola oil would be really bad for this. Just avoid EXTRA virgin olive oil for frying.

  • Please dont use sesame oil for frying it burns faster than olive oil and burned oil is not healthy. Add it towards the end of cooking if you want to use it

  • He said about 3 tablespoons of oyster sauce if the person who commented said that’s a lot more than a couple of drops were paying attention…

  • hi there, I think sesame oil to stir fry would be way tooo intense on the flavor of the dish. Avocado oil worked out soooo great, thank you for this recipe!

  • My husband is diabetic and I’m trying to switch to healthier choices I’m going to try this. I like how you used lots of garlic and ginger and veggies��

  • This thing is amazingly similar to rice. I’m used to eating rice everyday so quitting it is quite hard but fried quinoa tastes very similar to fried rice.

  • hey. Thanks so much to this. I got Quinoa in my kitchen and never get to taste better when i make it. i sure try this on. Thanks alot.