Coconut Quinoa Curry Superfood Recipe

Coconut Quinoa Curry Superfood Recipe

Coconut Quinoa Curry Superfood Recipe

Want to eat more protein in a healthy way? How about trying QUINOA. Would like to know how I use quinoa in a healthy and delicious recipe? Check out my easy, high energy recipe for Coconut Quinoa Curry. YOU WILL LOVE IT!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

21 thoughts on “Coconut Quinoa Curry Superfood Recipe”

  1. There are over a hundred different varieties growing in the world today. It is a hardy crop and can withstand harsh climactic conditions. That said, however, its preference for very high altitudes means it is it not suitable? for growing in most parts of the world. Quinoa,It is mainly grown in the South American countries of Bolivia, Peru and Chile.

  2. Goodness, the banjo music is? annoying, made me not want to finish the video even though I was really interested in the final product!

  3. Quinoa is an Incan super grain? originated from PERU, highly regarded in?? that culture for its nutritional benefits. Just a quick fact, Thanks 🙂

  4. What was the 3rd pot for? The one boiling on the back right burner. I got a little confused…first I thought it was the Quinoa cooking separately…but I didn’t see any transfer. Saw you throw in a few things, but I think I’m? missing something. Making this for lunch today, super excited!

  5. PART 2: NOTE: Coconut oil is the only oil you can heat past 103 degrees that doesn’t turn carcinogen. We use our cast iron pan it 3-4 times/day so we just scrape? off excess in the end and put the cover back on. Fast and easy!

  6. PART 2: ( NOTE: Coconut oil is the? only oil you can heat past 103 degrees that doesn’t turn carcinogen.) We use our cast iron pan it 3-4 times/day so we just scrape off excess in the end and put the cover back on. Fast and easy!

  7. We have Emeril simply because it’s the cheapest. Love it? for pancakes and stuff but they do stick. (easiest way to wash is to throw water into it while it’s still hot. Everything comes right off.) We cook everything else (meat / veggies / etc) in the cast iron pan. $14 and nothing ever sticks to it. They are more of a pain to keep clean if you wash em at every use. You have to smear it with coconut oil after washing or it will rust in an hour.

  8. @AskMoi yes I do. My book e3 For LIFE will soon be available in some of their locations. It already is at the one? in North Vancouver. Yipeeee.

  9. Great video. Consider using stainless steel in the future. I believe there’s Teflon lining that wok. There’s a saying; “If? you have neighbors you don’t care for, give them a Teflon pan!”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *