This was so good, and healthy too. You could wilt some spinach in there for more nutrient punch. I also quadrupled the garam masala, and used diced chiles instead of jalapenos, since I didn't have any of those around.
This is outstanding. Made as directed except that I used 1 tablespoon of the garam masala as I love it. Thanks, Diann is Cooking! Made for Veggie Recipe Swap 26.
So good and so easy! I loved the garam masala and plan to add more next time. This doesn't get any easier and I loved the idea of cooking the quinoa in veggie broth, it really brings a nice flavor. I skipped the jalepeno, and roasted the pepper with the sweet potato. Made for Veg*n Swap July 2010
This was good, but needs to be amped up a bit. I'll have to add more spices as someone else mentioned. I do love quinoa!
i made this a couple weeks ago & we completely loved it!!!
Not the best recipe, but certainly not the worst. Made this for my lunches this week at work. The flavors combine well, but something is missing for me. Thanks for posting.
Delicious! About the only thing I did differently was to amp up the garam masala and seasoning (nutmeg left as is). I also dry roasted the quinoa ahead of time (Quinoa-Toasted). Love the flavour combination. I was careful to cut the yam into small pieces as directed, and I think it looks really nice against the small grains of quinoa. Aside from being a great side dish or lunch for the week for me, this will make a fantastic potluck dish. Thanks Diann! Veg*n Swap Dec10. (ps...as a lunch main I think this would make 4 servings easily).
Easy and tasty! I used half stock and half water, curry, and green and orange bell pepper. The addition of the roasted sweet potato was a nice touch. This made four main dish servings for us. Thanks for sharing! Veg*n Swap 30