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 !
Green plantains, steamed fork tender, tossed in aromatic coconut oil, mildly spiced makes for a great accompaniment to any meal. Shallow frying helps reduce oil use and yet make it perfectly crispy. A must try recipe !
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!
Dried whole yellow peas, that are soake dovernight, cooked and then tossed in this absolutely delicious mix of coconut, chili and cilantro ……Pattaani Sundal…a vegan warm peas salad…delicious and nutritious !
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!
A simple and delicious South Indian version of a dal. Chayote squash and yellow mung dal come together beautifully in this curry/dal and make for a great accompaniment for rice, roti or any carb of choice. Read on for variation in this recipe.
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!
Cauliflower is trending, in every form possible ! The Indian cuisine is no stranger to this vegetable. This curry uses a spice blend commonly used in the Tamil-Kerala cuisines like black peppercorns, curry leaves, coconut oil, etc….simply delicious !! A must try recipe !