Hawaii Mom Blog: Quinoa Cakes with Chili Garlic Mayo and Furikake




March 7, 2016

Quinoa Cakes with Chili Garlic Mayo and Furikake

I love making Quinoa Cakes.  They are super easy, and pretty much the only way my kids will eat quinoa.

I recently "experimented" with toppings, and it was one of the rare occasions that my experiment turned out really tasty.

After I made the quinoa cakes, I spread some chili garlic mayo on each cake, then sprinkled furikake.

They were so good!  My kids didn't eat the cakes with the chili garlic mayo since it was too spicy for them, but just a sprinkle of furikake on the quinoa cakes were good enough for them.

The recipe is pretty versatile too - you can add other veggies, meat, etc., - a great way to use up leftovers!

Quinoa Cakes with Chili Garlic Mayo and Furikake

  • 2 c cooked quinoa
  • 3/4 c shredded chicken
  • 1/2 c chopped onion
  • 1 egg
  • 3/4 c panko
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 2 T vegetable oil
  • 1 t chili garlic sauce
  • 3 T mayo
  • furikake
  • Mix together the quinoa, shredded chicken, onion, egg, panko.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Form mixture into patties.
  • Pan-fry in vegetable oil on medium-high heat until golden brown on each side (about 4-6 minutes each side).
  • Combine chili garlic sauce and mayo (you can add more chili garlic sauce if you prefer).
  • Spread over quinoa cakes.
  • Sprinkle furikake.

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