How to Cook Quinoa on Stove

by Graham Bell
Graham Bell
Graham Bell

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From the prehistoric age to today’s world one quinoa remains a steeple food to many and a popular item in several countries. It’s easy to bake, easy to eat, and delicious to all. So, let’s cook some quinoa on the stove today,

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1. Gather all the ingredients such as 1 cup of quinoa, 2 cups of water, 1 tablespoon of coconut or sesame oil, 1 tablespoon of turmeric, salt, and pepper depending on your taste.

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2. Take a bowl and put the quinoa into it. Then pour some water into the bowl.

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3. Leave it for 2 minutes so that the outer shells of the quinoa get removed.

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4. After 2 minutes keep the soaked quinoa in a fine-mesh strainer.

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5. Place it under a tap for 30 seconds to rinse the quinoa well.

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6. When it is perfectly washed, transfer the quinoa into a saucepan.

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7. Add 2 cups of water and salt (Choose the amount according to your personal preference)

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8. Place the saucepan over a stove or a burner.

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9. Keep the flame on medium-low heat.

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10. Cover the saucepan with a lid. Wait for 15 to 20 minutes until the water starts to simmer.

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11. Check periodically whether the grain has become translucent and tender.

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12. After 20 minutes, if the water is not absorbed completely, continue cooking on low heat until you get the result.

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13. Do not uncover the lid once you are finished with cooking. Leave it for at least 5 minutes.

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14. Take it off from the stove and serve it.

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