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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The Most Perfect Sautéed Mushrooms

The Most Perfect Sautéed Mushrooms

The best way to cook mushrooms is in a skillet. How to prevent water-logged mushrooms. The secret is not adding butter and your aromatics until after all the water has cooked off. Buddha Bowl Veggies Buddha Bowl veggies will teach you the easiest ways to cook, store,...

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Asparagus Basics

Asparagus Basics

Choosing the right vegetable can be difficult, especially when they are all the same color! You will be an asparagus pro in no time after reading these helpful tips. Buddha Bowl Basics Buddha Bowl basics will teach you ways to add flavor and save money in the kitchen....

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Mushroom Basics

Mushroom Basics

Choosing the right mushrooms can be intimidating, they all look the same and slightly dirty. We will give you our top tips for choosing mushrooms at the grocery store and storing them. Buddha Bowl Basics Buddha Bowl basics will teach you ways to add flavor and save...

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How to Cut a Mango

How to Cut a Mango

Mangos are so sweet and yummy, a few slices will add a fresh and savory bite to your Buddha Bowl. Careful, mangoes can be slippery! We will show you the correct and safe way to cut one. Buddha Bowl Basics Buddha Bowl basics will teach you simple kitchen tips and...

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How to Grate Fresh Ginger

How to Grate Fresh Ginger

Freshly grated ginger is a wonderful ingredient to have on hand. It can be used to add a savory flavor to recipes like stir fry, noodles, or pineapple teriyaki sauce. Buddha Bowl Basics Buddha Bowl basics will teach you simple kitchen techniques that you can use to...

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How to Make a Crunchy Tortilla Bowl

How to Make a Crunchy Tortilla Bowl

This crispy tortilla bowl is a fun way to add an extra crunch element to your bowl. Making a tortilla bowl in the oven is super fast and easy, everyone will love it. Buddha Bowl Basics Buddha Bowl basics teach you fun kitchen tips and tricks to make your recipes...

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How to Cut an Avocado

How to Cut an Avocado

Learn how to cut an avocado in a few simple steps. A few slices of avocado can transform your Buddha Bowl into a fresh green bowl packed with healthy fats and fiber. Buddha Bowl Basics Buddha Bowl basics will teach you simple kitchen basics to help you save food...

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How to Get More Juice from Lemons

How to Get More Juice from Lemons

Learn how to get the most juice possible out of your lemons. If you need a burst of acidity in a dressing or Buddha Bowl, this is a hack you need to know! Buddha Bowl Basics Buddha Bowl basics will teach you simple kitchen basics to help you save food and add...

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How to Chop Garlic

How to Chop Garlic

Fresh garlic can add flavor to any dish! It's hard to know where to start chopping garlic with skin and all of the cloves. Keep reading to learn our top tips for the easiest way to chop garlic. Buddha Bowl basics will teach you simple kitchen basics to help...

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How to Roast Japanese Eggplant

How to Roast Japanese Eggplant

Japanese eggplant is long and skinny, unlike a globe eggplant, which is fat and roly-poly! The thinner eggplant is quick to roast in the oven. Buddha Bowl Veggies Buddha Bowl veggies will teach you the quickest and easiest ways to cook and season vegetables. For the...

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Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Roasted cherry tomatoes are bursting with flavor and make a juicy addition to any Buddha Bowl. Keep reading to learn the easiest and fastest way to cook cherry tomatoes in the oven. Buddha Bowl Veggies Buddha Bowl veggies will teach you the fastest and most flavorful...

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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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Crispy Fried Garlic Recipe

Crispy Fried Garlic Recipe

Garlic addicts, rejoice! This recipe teaches you how to pan-fry garlic to golden-brown, crispy perfection. Use it as a topping for Buddha bowls, salads, pastas, tacos, and sandwiches! Fried garlic doesn't mean burned garlic. It actually means "more delicious than...

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Taco Buddha Bowl with Creamy Chipotle Sauce

Taco Buddha Bowl with Creamy Chipotle Sauce

This Buddha Bowl is so customizable, yet simple, it will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. With a creamy zesty chipotle sauce that you can make as spicy or as mild as you like. Buddha Bowls Are Easy & Versatile!     A Buddha Bowl is super easy to make...

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Creamy Avocado Dressing Recipe

Creamy Avocado Dressing Recipe

Turn that remaining avocado half, or even your leftover guacamole, into this creamy avocado dressing made without dairy or mayo! Great for Buddha bowls, salads, and dipping chips. Have you ever noticed how easily avocado instantly improves any salad or vegetable dish?...

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How to Toast Nuts in the Microwave

How to Toast Nuts in the Microwave

Microwaving nuts is an essential skill you can wield confidently any time the occasion calls for toasted nuts--walnuts, pine nuts, almonds, etc, even seeds and legumes (peanuts)! In just five minutes you will have the perfect addition to any salad, Buddha bowl, baked...

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