Chicken curry with quinoa (gluten free). Thoroughly rinse the quinoa through a fine mesh sieve under running water for a couple of minutes then drain. In a small measuring cup, combine the broth, curry and sugar. Pour the broth over the quinoa mix, stirring until it's covered.
Add the chicken and onion, sauteing until the chicken is browned. Stir in the tomatoes, curry powder, chili powder and nutmeg. Add the chicken broth and bring to a bubble. You can cook Chicken curry with quinoa (gluten free) using 17 ingredients and 21 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Chicken curry with quinoa (gluten free)
- Prepare 600 g of chicken breasts (or turkey breasts).
- You need 250 g of quinoa (white, red, or mix).
- You need 1 can of tomato puree (approx. 300ml).
- You need 200 ml of heavy cream (or coconut milk).
- You need 3 of onions.
- Prepare 2 of leeks.
- Prepare 4 of carrots.
- It's 4 cloves of garlic.
- Prepare 1 of chilli pepper.
- Prepare 2 teaspoons of cumin.
- Prepare 3 teaspoons of turmeric.
- It's 2 spoons of coriander seeds (aka cilantro seeds).
- You need 2 spoons of garam masala mixture.
- You need 2 spoons of salt.
- Prepare 2 spoons of sugar (coco flower sugar preferably).
- It's 8 spoons of olive oil.
- It's 2 spoons of fresh or dried cilantro.
Stir in the quiona and reduce heat to medium-low. Meanwhile, cook rice noodles according to packet instructions. Add red pepper to mix and let cook for about a minute, then drain the noodles and add to the curry pan and add soy sauce to taste. In a medium mixing bowl, add chicken and quinoa, and toss to combine.
Chicken curry with quinoa (gluten free) instructions
- Prepare your ingredients for the kari. If possible, use whole spices and grind them using mortar and pestle. This gives more flavor to your dish compared to the already grinded spices. In the end, all spices used must be grinded into powder either way..
- Prepare your ingredients for the quinoa side dish..
- Start with quinoa. I've used one cup of quinoa, which equals to almost 250g..
- Unless properly washed, quinoa can be bitter after cooking. To avoid this, wash it properly with a boiling water -- I needed approx. 1 liter..
- Add washed quinoa into a pot and add 2.5x more water than the volume of quinoa. I've used 1 pot of quinoa, hence 2.5 pots of cold water..
- Add the heat until the water in the pot starts boiling. Then turn down the heat and let the water to simmer. It takes 15-20 minutes..
- While quinoa cooks, prepare the main dish. Cut the meat (I've used turkey breasts) into small cubes (size of the thumb)..
- Cut the onions into small pieces..
- Cut the carrots into the julienne-like slices. You could also use other veggies, such as zucchini, eggplant, spring onions, bell peppers... The key thing to bear in mind is that you add veggies *at the end* of the process only to heat them up and make them smoother. You don't want them to be overcooked without that "crispiness". 🙂 Garlic and the chilli pepper are the only ones you add before since they give additional taste to the dish..
- Cut the leeks, chilli pepper and garlic into slices..
- Add olive oil and the spices into the pan, mix all together and heat it up..
- Heat the mixture for 1 minute. Soon, the spices will start to form small bubbles in the olive oil..
- Add onions into the spicy olive oil and saute for 3-5 minutes until onions diminish in size..
- Add cubes of meat, mix it with the spicy onion and olive oil and saute it for another 3-5 minutes..
- Add 1 sliced pepper and 4 cloves of garlic. Mix together..
- Add 1 can tomato puree and mix together..
- Add 2 spoons of sugar -- I've used the coconut flower sugar..
- Add sliced leeks and cut carrots and mix well together..
- Add heavy cream and mix well together..
- Bring the mixture to boil and then turn off the heat..
- Serve your wonderful dish. If possible, sprinkle with fresh or dried cilantro. 🙂 To make smoother, add a slice of.
Whisk together the coconut cream and seasonings (including the hot sauce if you're using it) in a small bowl and add to the chicken-quinoa mixture. Stir until everything is coated and creamy. Mix in sunflower seeds, raisins and chopped parsley. Nutrition Add quinoa and reduce heat to low. This keeps steam in for softer fluffier quinoa.