OK, so this is one of a few recipes that are basically my experiments and came out good. Also these are dishes I make for myself and have no real concept of amounts but like me you'll probably be able to guess how much you need. This stir fry dish came out delicious, but is only for garlic lovers.
What you'll need: mixed vegetables ( I use a frozen mix that has string beans, baby carrots, cauliflower & broccoli); pullets (basically a very young hen, one for each person should do); quinoa (I made one cup (dry), which was way too much and would probably serve around six or seven) ; Onions (half an onion per person) and dry garlic (one big clove per person). Oh and oil (canola is best) & salt and pepper (and any other seasonings you might like).
Now, wash the quinoa thouroly. I usually put it in a pot of water and change the water three times (each time for at least half an hour but can be more) and then rince. This is imperative as otherwise the Quinoa will taste bitter. Then put the Quinoa in boiling water with a few drops of oil and let cook for 20 minutes.
While you're cooking the Quinoa, chop up the onion\s and put them in the pan with oil and pullets (which should be cut into small pieces). Start frying. When the onions are clearish and the pullets look less raw add the veggies. Stir every now and then and dice or crush the garlic. When the Quinoa is ready and the veggies are starting to get soft add the quinoa and garlic and season to taste. (Tip: if the Quinoa isn't ready yet but the vegetables are starting to get brown, turn on very low heat and maybe add a little oil. If the quinoa is ready to soon just take it out of the water as putting it in the pan will heat it up again). Keep on medium heat and stir for a couple more minutes.