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!
Potato is a very popular vegetable in a vegetarian diet. The most liked potato recipes involve roasting them to a good, golden brown – crispy on the outside and soft inside – epitome of deliciousness !
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 !
Fenugreek greens/leaves are an integral part of the Indian cooking just like the moringa leaves. This easy recipe combines the fragrant mung dal and the methi in a simple yet delicious dal/curry. Makes a great side for roti, naan,rice, quinoa, etc.,.
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!
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.
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 !