Leftover Turkey Thai Curry Buddha Bowl

Leftover Turkey Thai Curry Buddha Bowl

Use leftover turkey to make one of the easiest, fastest meals to throw together: Thai curry. From the minute you hear your stomach grumbling and you check out the fridge to see what’s there, it’ll only be ten minutes until you sit down to a bowl of...

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How to Cook Quinoa on the Stovetop Recipe

How to Cook Quinoa on the Stovetop Recipe

Bookmark this recipe for how to cook quinoa the classic way - on the stovetop! Not only is it gluten-free by nature, quinoa's also more nutrient-dense than any grain: all the more reason it belongs in your regular recipe rotation. At Steamy Kitchen, we like to build...

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How to Cook Quinoa in a Pressure Cooker Recipe

How to Cook Quinoa in a Pressure Cooker Recipe

Master this easy recipe for how to cook quinoa in a pressure cooker, whether you have an Instant Pot, or other brand. It'd be an understatement to say that electric pressure cookers have changed the game. Cooking grains (or seeds, in the case of quinoa) offers an...

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Zucchini Noodles Recipe

Zucchini Noodles Recipe

No matter what spiralizing tool you use, you'll find this quick zucchini noodle recipe useful for all kinds of dishes! I'll bet you've come across the humble zucchini in your time on this delicious earth. In case not, perhaps courgette rings a bell? When it comes to...

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How to Cook Cauliflower Rice – Recipe

How to Cook Cauliflower Rice – Recipe

Starting from raw or frozen, master how to cook cauliflower rice to throw into a variety of dishes, whether you're using a microwave, oven, or stovetop. Head's up: prepare to make a big batch of this cauliflower rice so you have plenty in the freezer. Yes...you can be...

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How to Cook Freekeh

How to Cook Freekeh

Starting with this easy recipe, you can make a pot of freekeh anytime you need a healthy whole grain to make the base of your Buddha bowl, soup, grain bowl, or salad! Freekeh, pronounced "FREAK-uh," are the chewy, nutty-tasting grains extracted from the roasting of...

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How To Cook Ancient Grains

How To Cook Ancient Grains

Learn how to cook ancient grains such as quinoa, freekeh, barley, and bulgur wheat with this all-in-one stovetop cooking guide! Wait, what are ancient grains, exactly? You don't need to think of ancient grains as anything beyond a marketing term. They do, however,...

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Quinoa in the Microwave

Quinoa in the Microwave

Save time and learn how to make quinoa in the microwave in just minutes!  Quinoa is so nutritious and high in fiber, it is super healthy and can be added into just about any dish. Quinoa does not have to be eaten on its own, in fact, I prefer it mixed in with...

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How to cook rice in the microwave, perfect every time

How to cook rice in the microwave, perfect every time

Cooking rice in the microwave is cheaper and more convenient than having a rice cooker. We'll show you how to cook rice in the microwave, with perfect results, every time.  Ingredients for cooking rice in the microwave Raw rice (jasmine, basmati, regular long...

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How to Cook Brown Rice in the Microwave

How to Cook Brown Rice in the Microwave

You'll learn how to cook brown rice in the microwave and cut your cooking time from 50 minutes (stovetop) to 30 minutes in the microwave. The technique to microwave brown rice is different than cooking white rice in the microwave, as you have to take in consideration...

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What To Cook For Chinese New Year!

Chinese New Year begins February 12, 2021! The Chinese have a long list of superstitions of what to eat/not to eat….here are some of the most important!

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Posted by Steamy Kitchen on Thursday, February 11, 2021