Remember these? Here is the recipe. Enjoy!
- Spiced Quinoa:
- Avocados (1 small avocado per person)
- ½ cup quinoa
- 1 can black beans (rinsed)
- ½ chopped red pepper
- ½ cup corn
- ½ chopped red onion
- ¼ cup chopped cilantro + some for garnish
- 1 tbsp taco seasoning
- Cilantro ‘sour cream’
- 1 cup cashews soaked for at least two hours
- 2 tbsp cilantro
- 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 tsp agave (if you want it sweeter)
- dash of salt
- Start by rinsing your quinoa well and then place it in a sauce pan and toast for about two minutes until the quinoa starts to smell ‘toasty.’ Add one cup of water or vegetable broth and bring to boil. Once boiling, reduce heat to simmer and cover. (To get fluffy quinoa, it’s really important to not stir it, just let it be, keeping a close eye on it)
- Chop the red onion and red pepper and add all the ingredients, minus the quinoa, in a bowl and mix well with the taco seasoning. Once the quinoa is finished and has cooled, add it to the vegetable mixture.
- Put the mixture in the refrigerator to cool.
- Drain the cashews and place them in a blender. Add ¼ cup water, apple cider vinegar, agave, and salt and blend. You may want to add more water until the mixture is silky and smooth but I recommend doing so a little at a time. Once the consistency you want, pour into a bowl and place in the refrigerator to cool
- To assemble the avocados, begin by cutting them in half, removing the skin and the pit. I also scooped out part of the avocado to make a little room for more stuffing.
- Scoop about ½ a cup of the quinoa mixture into each avocado, more if you can fit it.
- Finish with a little cilantro ‘sour cream’ and some chopped cilantro and serve.
Found this recipe here.
Photo courtesy of Pinterest.
4 responses to “Spicy Quinoa Stuffed Avocado”
Hi, I pretty much completed this recipe and there is no direction on when to add the cashews to the mixture. Is it supposed to be added? Is it supposed to be a topping? I checked the original source, using the link you provided and it doesn’t say. Help please!
#4 in the instructions is telling you how to use the cashews to make your own Cilantro ‘sour cream’, its not really sour cream.
To be fair, nowhere in the instructions does it say that the cashews ARE the sour cream. In fact, you list the “sour cream” separately from the cashews in the ingredients, which suggests that they’re, ya know, not the same thing.
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One of my all time favorite recipes!!!! Everyone must try it!