Hommus, Kale, Spinach and Spelt Quinoa Monsters
- 1 cup of Chris’ Fun Size Hommus Dip
- 1 cup of cooked Quinoa
- ½ cup of wholemeal spelt flour
- ½ onion
- ½ cup of kale
- ½ cup of spinach
- 1 tablespoon of turmeric
- Coconut oil (for frying)
- Wholemeal wrap
- 1 small cucumber
- 1 slice of red capsicum
- 1 black pancake
Equipment to make creation
- Texta lid
- Small circle cutter
- Sharp knife
- Add two cups of water into a small pot. Bring water to boil, add quinoa. Cook for 10 mins and cover off heat, let it sit for 20 minutes until water has been absorbed.
- Whilst quinoa is cooking place spinach, kale and onion into a food processor.
- Add the hommus, spelt flour, turmeric, kale, spinach, onion and quinoa into a large bowl and mix. Add lemon juice to taste.
- Shape the mixture into patties. Drizzle coconut oil into a frying pan and cook them over low-medium heat or until a golden brown.
Time to make the monsters!
- Slightly bend the small circle cutter into an oval shape. Cut two ovals out of a piece of wholemeal wrap
- Using a sharp knife slice the ends of a small cucumber
- Using a straw cut two circles out of the black pancake
- To add an extra element of shine to the eye place a piece of quinoa onto the bottoms of the black pancake.
- Place the black pancake on top of the cucumber
- Place the cucumber on top of the wholemeal wrap
- Using the same cutter cut an oval shape out of a spinach leaf. Using scissors cut oval in half and place on the bottom of the eyes- your monster’s eyes are now complete!
- Using a large texta lid cut a circle out of the black pancake – this will be used to make the monsters mouth.
- To make the monster’s teeth using a knife cut to small triangles out of the wholemeal wrap – place on the top of the black pancake
- To make the monsters mouth cut a curved triangle out of the red capsicum slice. Place below the teeth.
- To make the monsters horns using a sharp knife cut two curved lines out of a small cucumber
- Place the eyes on top of the patty. Place the mouth below the eyes. Place the horns on either side of the monster’s head.
This recipe was created for us by Jacob’s Food Diaries.