Quinoa vegetable pilaf casserole – 2 ways

This sounds delicious healthy high fiber meal.

Chitra's Healthy Kitchen

Quiona caserole


Pilaf (also known as pilav, pilau, plov,pulao) is a traditional indian rice dish with vegetables and plenty of flavours. It is a wholesome rice dish packed with full of nutrients from vegetables and using quinoa makes it healthy and rich in fiber.

I love casserole dishes. a one dish meal is convenient, easy and reminds me of home.  This baked casserole is vegetable quinoa pilaf- its packed with protein through quinoa, nutrients through veggies.

You can make this casserole in advance and bake it later. This serves great for lunch/dinner.

Preparation time-15 minutes
Cooking time-35 minutes
Baking time-20-25minutes

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