Calling all you Eggplant lovers out there! Here’s a flavor bomb you won’t want to miss – Spicy Chinese Eggplant with Spicy sweet sauce -a tasty, easy vegan/ gluten free dinner recipe you can serve over rice,
Stuffed Masala Peppers or bharwa mirchi is a favorite accompaniment at my place. I grew up this stuffed chili recipe is called as Bharwa mirchi .This recipe varies as you travel in different parts of India but here Yellow wax pepper and banana chili peppers work best .
Moong Daal Kachori is my favorite snack . Its also the most popular street food of North India ,specially popular in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Kachoris are Indian style Fried flaky puff pastries which are stuffed with different type of savory or sweet stuffings.
This is perfect for a middle of the week dinner when I am bored of eating the many vegetables .This curry is cooked in a spicy onion tomato gravy and I am sure you will make this often for your family !!
I can eat spinach any which way- raw in salads or cooked in creamy curries.You can make it make for weeknights and Serve the dish with a side of basmati rice. Also, this dish makes great leftovers. The spinach sauce tastes even better the next day!
Yay finally found a recipe that we all love ,These brownies were not too fudge but are moist, and chocolaty, with crispy edges and crackly tops. It calls for basic pantry ingredients and as for a gluten free recipe just use 1-1 gf baking flour. It’s hardly more difficult than using a mix. Try it today😊
Naan is the most popular Indian flatbread in United States. My family could never eat it in the restaurant as they put egg in theirs and there is no version of gluten free naan available in the market so I decided to convert the traditional recipe for quick wheat naan to a gluten free one. My kids were absolutely floored with the results and now I make it once a week .
Know your vegan sources of protein !! Dals and Dry Beans I grew up eating dals and dry beans which are now recognized as protein-rich foods in the vegan world. The repertoire of dal dishes is so vast that you can make a different one every day, without repetition, for months.