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Quinoa with Spiced Chickpeas and Spinach

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU WASH THE FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND HERBS BEFORE YOU START.

COOKING TIME
25 Mins

DIFFICULTY

INGREDIENTS2p4p
Onion12
Ginger1 cm2 cm
Garlic2 cloves4 cloves
Spinach1 handful2 handfuls
Parsley¼ bunch½ bunch
Quinoa½ cup1 cup
Chickpeas400 gr800 gr
Raisins2 tbsp4 tbsp
Spice mix (cumin/chilli)1 tsp2 tsp
Paprika powder1 tsp2 tsp
Diced Tomato400 gr800 gr
*Olive oil4 tbsp8 tbsp

* PRODUCTS ARE PANTRY ITEMS AND ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE BOX NEITHER ARE SALT AND PEPPER

  Nutrition per 100 Grams

  Energy307Kj
  Protein3g
  Fat, Total1g
  –  Saturated0.1g
  Carbohydrates10.9g
  – Sugars3.7g
  Sodium53g
  AllergensGluten Free
An exciting Gluten Free full Vegan easy to cook dish. This Quinoa with Spiced Chickpeas and Spinach dish will keep you going.

TOOLS: Large saucepan, fry pan, strainer

METHOD

1

PREP                                     

Dice onion finely ● mince garlic and ginger ● wash quinoa in strainer ● finely slice parsley and roughly chop raisins

2

COOK                                

Place saucepan on medium heat with 2(4) tbsp of oil ● add onion and leek, cook for 4-5 minutes ● add rice, cook for 1 more minute ● add 2(4) cup(s) of the boiling hot water and stock cube ● turn to a low ● let liquid absorb until rice is al dente (around 15 minutes) stir frequently

3

FRY                                     

Drain chickpeas in strainer ● place frypan on medium heat with 2(4) tbsp of oil ● add chickpeas and fry for 3 to 4 minutes ● add paprika powder and salt to taste ● fry for 2 more minutes until crispy

4

MIX                                    

When quinoa is cooked remove pan from heat ● mix in the chickpeas, spinach, raisins and half of the parsley (setting aside half for garnish) ● carefully mix, taste and season with salt and pepper if needed

5

FINISH & SERVE               

Place quinoa in bowls and garnish with the remaining parsley

 

Attention customers with food allergies. Our products may contain traces of allergens, such as wheat, soybeans, tree nuts, peanuts, or wheat.