This was a very good and filling meal. I did not have enough carrots so I added some sliced zucchini to make up the difference. Everyone in my family enjoyed this and did not miss the meat.
kaykaypee Posted: 06/26/10
2BPaulaB Posted: 06/17/10
This was a new and surprising combination of flavors for me. I loved the smell of the leeks and fennel being sauteed. It came together easily once everything was chopped. This is my first time making quinoa and I followed the recipe's directions for cooking it. Mine took much longer than 15 minutes to absorb all the liquid. After reading the box I realized the recipe might have forgotten to say bring to a boil then simmer. I didn't have fennel seed so left it out and didn't miss it.
Kate09 Posted: 08/29/10
This is not something I would make again. It was just ok.
Hollypop Posted: 09/20/10
Very good and easy to make. I already recommended it to a vegan friend! I loved the subtle lemon taste and the quinoa was delicious.
stellaps Posted: 08/03/10
The sauce is absolutely wonderful - the touch of lemon brightens it amazingly, and quinoa is a great high protein base for vegetarians. I will make it often, and serve it to guests who are vegetarian.
herbivore1701 Posted: 09/12/10
It had a light simple comforting flavor but was very filling and protein packed. I thought it was a great little meal by its self. I will certainly make it again. Yum.
JessieGeorges Posted: 03/26/14
Delicious combination of flavors! I strongly suggest doing all of your chopping/slicing/prep before starting this recipe. I also recommend bringing quinoa to a boil before simmering. The serving size is very generous. My husband and I were full and both thoroughly enjoyed this delicious meal!