What’s better than deep fried, gorgeously golden brown looking, filled with cheese, made with the world’s most favorite tuber – the potato? Adding some pumpkin purée to the whole deal !! mmm….mmm..delish.
If you love a mean broccoli cheese soup, I would urge you to try this one! It contains all the ingredients in the original soup recipe but in a lighter sense, so look no further for a less guilt indulgence. Delicious soup and no compromise in taste…you gotta try this one!! A vegetarian version as well.
Inspired by Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond’s recipe, this tofu hash is now our favorite. Very few ingredients and a delightfully low calories outcome that doesn’t compromise on taste! Veganuary..here we come!
Not your classic corn chowder, but a delicious one nonetheless ! A chowder that is light in calories, plant based, easy to make and is all –
season friendly, yet another must try, that blew us away !!
An easy to make soup that is light on the tummy but not on taste, a few ingredients and the a good vegetable broth make this a must try soup. Use as many vegetables as you like because the flavor comes from them. A highly recommended must try recipe !
A vegetarian variant of the Lucknow famous meat kebabs known as the Galouti Kebab, easy to make, tastes absolutely delicious and makes for a great snack, appetizer or even an entree! A must try recipe.
Split Bengal Gram dal / Kadalai Paruppu / tossed in a tempering that is classic South indian, with the fragrance of coconut oil and freshly grated coconut makes for a delicious sundal/ warm salad!
Crisp Fall weather calls for a warm bowl of soup! This Red Lentil Tomato Soup is easy to make, very few ingredients and is a one pot dish that makes for a good, scrumptious and healthy meal ! MAke it vegetarian or vegan and enjoy !
Delicious deep fried fritter like goodness made from Urad dal / Bengal Gram that is airy, spongy, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside..just right to soak up all the goodness of the sambar..that is Sambar Vadai/Bonda!
A sundal is a beans/lentils cooked and then tossed in a tempering mustard seeds,asafetida, grated coconut in coconut oil. Add the Kootu/Kari spice blend and elevate its taste! A simple and tasty protein fare for vegetarians.