13 Reviews

This worked out well for our family. My 2yr old nephew would not eat it but everyone else liked it and there were no leftovers. It was a bit spicier than I expected it to be with the curry spice I used as I just used plain sesame oil. This may be why my nephew didn't want to eat it. Not sure if I will make this again, but it worked for a quick dinner last night! Thanks!

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Dominique353 April 29, 2010

This was edible but I think that flavour combination is terrible. I like the technique of baking and will try it again but the combination of the celery, broccoli and then the soy and vinegar and the curry didn't go very well. Next time I'd definately omit the celery, the soy and the vinegar and probably add peas and nuts or something.

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canthelpmyself July 30, 2009

Good recipe. Cooked well in time given. Used it at vegetarian potluck. Liked that the quinoa came out light and fluffy - not soggy or crunchy. I did make 1 change that I thought was wise. After chopping the broccoli, I separated out the small florets and tops. I reserved those and added them 15 minutes into the cooking time. Thus the broccoli tops came out less mushy. Next time I might wait 20 minutes into cooking. I will use this recipe again.

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rmgritz July 01, 2009

Very good! I love quinoa and this was just what I was looking for. I left out the celery because I hate it, and added a little bit of mozarella cheese on top to make this appeal more to picky eaters. I didn't know what hot pepper oil was, so I used an asian hot pepper sauce and it worked great. Thanks!

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DCKiki December 12, 2008

Turned out to be a great way to get rid of all of the left over fresh veggies I had in the fridge. I diced it all in addition to the recipe ingredients. I used ALOT more curry powder and a bit of cayenne as well with vegan worcestershire sauce instead of soy sauce. Perfect! Thanks!!

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Zaccaria December 04, 2008

This is my first successful attempt at quinoa! Before I would always forget to wash or forget to toast. It came out perfect in this recipe! Like the others, I couldn't find hot pepper sesame oil, so I just used red pepper and sesame oil. It is definitely a recipe I will be making again. Thanks for a great way to cook this awesome grain!

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Shelly K June 08, 2008

This recipe was wonderful. Being new to quinoa, I am now a huge fan because of the simplicity of this quinoa casserole recipe. Thank you! Veganhood may not be that far away for me after all.

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blackmothfilms January 01, 2008

I really liked this. I could not find the hot sesame so just added some hot sauce as another reviewer suggested. Thanks for such a healthy recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada September 15, 2007

This was great with a lot of Braggs squirted on! Thanks :)

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Vegan Courtney April 30, 2007

I couldn't find hot pepper sesame oil so I improvised with sesame oil with red pepper flakes. I'm not sure it had the "zip" it should have, but overall it was quite good. I also chopped the broccoli very fine. And baked it off in a crock pot. Thank you kburie!

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Glori-B January 09, 2007
Quinoa Casserole