Spinach Quinoa Patties is a tastiest and healthiest patties recipe using two superfood ingredients quinoa and spinach. These vegetarian patties are super easy to make and so crispy, perfect for snacks, lunch or dinner. Hope you like this recipe as you did like my previous recipe Vegetable Cake.
- One Cup – Quinoa(cooked)
- Half Cup – Spinach(blanched & chopped)
- Half Teaspoon – Ginger And Garlic Paste
- One Teaspoon – Cumin Powder
- One Teaspoon – Garam MAsala
- Two – Green Chilies(chopped)
- Two Tablespoon – Parsley (chopped)
- Black Pepper Powder To Taste
- Salt To Taste
- Three Tablespoons – Whole Wheat Bread Crums
- Two Teaspoon – Lemon Juice
- Canola Oil To Fry
- In a large bowl, add the quinoa, ginger and garlic paste, cumin powder, garam masala, green chilies, chopped parsley, black pepper powder, bread crumbs, lemon juice, blanched spinach, and salt.
- Mix well all the ingredients.
- Make round patties with the mixture.
- In a skillet, Heat one tablespoon oil on medium heat and place the patties.
- As the patties becomes golden in color on one side flip over and repeat the same process for the other side too.
- Transfer the patties on a serving plate.
- Serve hot Spinach Quinoa Patties with ketchup, chutney or dipping sauce.
Although it is often classified as a grain, quinoa is actually a member of the same of the same plant family as spinach. While the green leafy quinoa tops are edible, it’s the seeds that are served most frequently.
A NUTRIENT POWERHOUSE
The tiny quinoa seeds are packed with important nutrients; a one cup serving provides about 4 mg of iron, more than any unfortified grain product. One cup also contributes large amounts of several other essential minerals, including 90 mg of magnesium, 175 mg of phosphorus, 315 mg of potassium, and 1.5 mg of zinc, as well as numerous B vitamins, especially B6, folate, niacin, and thiamine.
Most of the 160 calories in one cup of cooked quinoa come from complex carbohydrates. However, it also provides 7 gram of protein, which is of a higher quality than similar products because it provides lysine, an amino acid missing in corn, wheat, and other grains. Quinoa is a good source of saponins, phytochemicals that helps to prevent cancer and heart disease.
A VERSATILE FOOD
Quinoa cooks quickly into a fluffy, delicately flavored grain like dish that lends itself to many uses.It can be served as a substitute for rice, potatoes, and other starchy foods; combined with vegetables, poultry, or seafood to make a pilaf; and added to soups and stews.
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