This is a vegetarian lasagna recipe, inspired by the Italian classic, customized to suit our palates, based on ingredients I had on hand and most importantly a recipe that is approved by the dear family! Read on to see how we make our lasagna!
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.
Vangi Bhath is a pilaf/pulao variety from the southern state of Karnataka that is made using eggplants and an aromatic blend of spices like cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, etc. An easy to make recipe that will definitely become a favorite !
Cooked rice tossed in an aromatic blend of shredded coconut, a classic south Indian tempering, added cashews for that extra crunch and flavor, makes for a great vegan, gluten free meal. Serve it with any curry of choice or a simple raita for a scrumptious meal!
A basic tomato-onion based curry sauce, that is versatile and absolutely delicious. Make a big batch, eat some with pasta instead of the traditional sauces and save the rest for another day to eat with roti/naan. This sauce works so well with pasta !
A quick, simple and flavorful fried rice on those days when time seems to fly yet there is a hungry family to be fed ! Lots of veggies, tofu for protein and brown jasmine rice come together beautifully for a scrumptious meal!
Aloo Paratha is the epitome of delicious Indian Flat breads! Mashed potatoes, seasoned right and stuffed into chapati dough, griddle-fried in oil/ ghee, then dunked in chilled yogurt and devoured like one has been starving for eons! Aloo Paratha ~ 3 ways!
Pan fried tofu, coated in Gochujang based sauce, some steamed broccoli tossed in and served with garlicky brown rice millet noodles…..that is a perfectly good weeknight dinner or anytime meal!