|Uppma made from quinoa is a different- and even more nutritious- version of the traditional semolina-based dish.|
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Sunday, 7 April 2013
Quinoa Upma- a great no-fuss breakfast/ brunch
You can use any vegetables, such as sweet potato, peas, sweetcorn, green banana/ plantain, cauliflower, coriander leaf, coconut, green beans etc.- the more the merrier! You don't have to bother with any dal as the quinoa provides a good source of protein anyway. The seasoning was just seasalt and some hot Madras curry powder. We simply stir-fried the veg and seasonings in some cold-pressed sunflower oil, then added the quinoa and water and left on a gentle heat, stirring from time to time, until the quinoa was cooked and the water was absorbed. You can't get much easier than that, now can you?