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Quinoa Pulao Recipe

Posted on 20 May 2011 by admin     


Printable Recipe: showmethecurry.com

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  1. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @pinkpearls14 : We wish you the very best in your venture 🙂 and thanks for the compliments 🙂

     
  2. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @preetipdeshpande : We agree, oversight on our part 🙁

     
  3. pinkpearls14 Says:

    Hetal didi and Anuja didi, great job! The Pulao looks sooo good and no wonder you both have such great figures, cuz you cook and eat such healthy food. I’m on a venture to lose some weight and you’re recepies will definitly help me. Wish me luck and I seriously want to see both of you on the food network with your Show Me The Curry Show. Keep up the good work.

     
  4. preetipdeshpande Says:

    gr8 recipe…..esp. for people who do not eat rice. just fyi….no offense please don’t keep the water running while washing grains/vegetables.
    Please save water 🙂

     
  5. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @Kaboose786 : Walmarts, Costcos, Natural Food stores..

     
  6. Kaboose786 Says:

    Where can i buy Quinoa from? Thanks

     
  7. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @tarang2020 : Our channel is available on YouTube on the iPad 🙂

     
  8. tarang2020 Says:

    Can you allow for viewing on iPad. Thanks

     
  9. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @tamoniva12 : Quinoa has a very subtle nutty flavor and the texture is almost as soft as rice…great healthy alternative 🙂

     
  10. tamoniva12 Says:

    That looks so good. What does quinoa taste like?

     
  11. sandinotheturtle90 Says:

    @ShowMeTheCurry It’s native to South America, so I would imagine no.

     
  12. kombatjesus Says:

    Baby girl in the blue is Hot

     
  13. TheVihanna Says:

    Hey H & A I made this pulao with pearl millet(bajra ,kambu) thinking it was quinoa ,but still the recipe was kind of delicious.I liked the taste but I couldnt tell whether it is better than quinoa… can I?!

     
  14. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @ambslife : We have not tried that combination but we think it should work (and taste great). If you do try it, pl. share your feedback as it will be useful to us and our viewers 🙂

     
  15. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @navyamanasa : Sorry, there is no other name for this seed -in Hindi and we have no idea if or where it is available in India.

    Sorry 🙁

     
  16. ndlz1 Says:

    Thank you girls for a very good recipe for Quinoa. I was getting tired of the same ol’ way (chx. broth & veggie way)

     
  17. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @TheVihanna : Sorry, there is no other name for this seed -in Hindi or in Tamil and we have no idea if or where it is available in India.
    Sorry 🙁

     
  18. Heasytastic Says:

    That looks so super-yummy. I’m definitely giving this a go!

     
  19. ambslife Says:

    hi! great recipe, can I also use it as rice in other recipes or yours like the goan shrimp biryani? Please suggest. Thanks! 🙂

     
  20. ambslife Says:

    hi! great recipe, can I also use it as rice in other recipes or yours like the goan shrimp biryani? Please suggest. Thanks! 🙂

     
  21. navyamanasa Says:

    Does Quinoa have an Indian name??

     
  22. maleaddict Says:

    @caligal2308 @ShowMeTheCurry OH YES!!! TEMPEH is a fabulous fermented piece of heaven!!! Fluffy and white when first bought! MmmmmMMMmmmmm!!!!

    Talking about FERMENTED, you might wanna try NATTO too. Some Japanese fermented beans that are usually found in the frozen/chilled section of the supermarket. But it IS an acquired taste! Touch it with your fingers…rub it…and you’ll see threads…Sniff it…and it smells like dog. Haha! But you guys should try it! Youtube Natto! =p

     
  23. Lisatruck Says:

    Thank you so much for acknowledging those of us who hate, hate, hate cilantro!

     
  24. TheVihanna Says:

    hey ladies can u plz tell me whats the name of quinoa in tamil????I hope u guys can tell me the right thing after seeing that mangalsutra he he

     
  25. ShowMeTheCurry Says:

    @zebraluna : Thanks for the info. Very helpful 🙂

     

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