I love this vegetarian recipe, that contains lovely quinoa – The recipe contains egg & parmesan, if that is a wish 🙂
This dish is so good & contains a lot of delicious vegetables.
The egg on top, is the final touch of the dish – It just glues the dish together 🙂
This is a great autumn dish ♥
I love quinoa.
Quinoa is so delicious & it is a great replacement for rice 🙂
Yield: 4 persons
- 70 grams of chopped curly kale
- 1 bundle of scallions
- 20 grams of ginger
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 1 big sweet potato
- 1 lime
- 7 dl cooked quinoa (Aprox. 3 – 4 dl uncooked quinoa)
- ½ dl soy sauce (I use soy sauce with Yuzu)
- Min. 4 eggs
How to make it:
- Cook the quinoa
- Heat up a pan (High heat) & add olive oil
- Peel & chop the garlic
- Peel the ginger
- Peel of the outher layer on the scallions & slice them
- Wash & chop the kale
- Peel the sweet potato & cut in small pieces (Aprox. 2×2 cm)
- To the hot oil, add garlic & scallions
- Fry until the scallions are soft
- Add the sweet potatoes & fry them, until they are done & has gotten colour – Aprox. 15 minutes (Stir, once in a while)
- Add the kale
- Stir it well & add quinoa
- Grate the ginger & add to the stir fry
- Season with soy & lime juice
- Fry while you stir
- Make the fried eggs – Only fry it on the flat side. The yolk, shoul be fluid when you pick it
- Serve the stir fry with fried egg on top & sprinkle with fresh grated parmesan ♥
Health info about the ingredients in this dish
I love quinoa ♥
Did you know that quinoa is related to rice & beets? Weird, ha? 🙂
Quinoa is a seed from a plant, that can be cooked & eaten like rice.
Quinoa contains a bit more fat than rice, but they also contains lots of fibers & proteins 🙂
- Vitamin-B (Lots of vitamin-B6)
- No gluten
Sweet potatoes (or ‘batata’ – As it is also called) contains less calories than an ordinary potato, but then also contains less proteins.
Sweet potatoes contains vitamin-A & more vitamin-C, than ordinary potatoes.
But then ordinary potatoes contains other great stuff 🙂
It is quite funny that the two of them always get compared, as the sweet potato (batata), actually isn’t a potato, but is related to the pumpkin.
Sweet potatoes contains:
* Beta-carotene is what gives the vegetable its orange colour.
If you have a daily intake of more than 30 mg beta-carotene, then you are able to get an orange coloured skin 🙂
More dishes with sweet potatoes
Curly kale are super healthy & is related to some of the most healthy vegetables, as broccoli & brussel Sprouts, among others.
Curly kale is a superfood ♥ It is a superfood because it contains all the most important amino acids 🙂
Curly kale contains a lot of sulforaphane.
sulforaphane are amazing to your skin & keeps it young! (very important 😉 ) … Sulforaphane also protects the skin against pollutants.
Curly kale is filled with vitamin-K.
1 portion of curly kale cover your daily need of vitamin-K with 778%.
Curly kale are also amazing to store.
Wash & rinse it very well & then store it in a box or plastic bag in the fridge – It can be stored for 3 weeks 🙂
Curly kale contains:
More dishes with curly kale
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