Recently my friend asked me if I knew what chickpea flour tofu was, and the name reminded me of a traditional Rajasthani dish called Pitor Ki Sabzi . It is a conventional Rajasthani curry of shallow fried chickpea dumplings in spicy yogurt gravy, which in the vegan world is known as Burmese tofu !!
A very popular dish in north Indian menu is Gatta Curry. This dish truly takes me back home to Rajasthan and it is quite a favorite with my family here too. Although it is a little time consuming but the wait is well worth the work. My mouth is watering as I write about it ....
I hope you love these Vegan Stuffed Shells. They are Crowd-pleasing , famliy and kids approved Savory filling & rich tasting oh-so-satisfying !!
Rice noodles are a weekly fix in my kitchen ,If there is any leftover kids take it for lunch at school. This simple stir-fry is a dish to throw together .Coconut milk brings distinctive flavor and creamy heft to these rice noodles, which are stir-fried with tri color bell peppers and cabbage adding beautiful color to the dish
I love Dal , Indian lentil soup . I often experiment with different flavors to keep it fresh an interesting in the Kitchen .The basic Mung dal is often eaten in the Indian kitchen with chappati and rice. It's a staple in our house , here I make it in a soup form with leafy greens This recipe makes it a meal in itself and cooking it in an Insant pot makes a one pot wonder . You will love how easy this is . Enjoy !!
Simple and satisfying, this black bean soup is super easy to put together. Black beans are full of protein, fiber, and folate, making them an excellent choice for vegans. I hope you love this soup as much as my family !!!
These bites are inspired by chicken bites that I always see at Super Bowl parties . I wanted to create an alternative for vegans and gluten free folks . This recipe is all about the sauce , it is finger licking good. That’s how we eat it. Enjoy them and make sure you keep a paper towel handy !!
Authentic Tom Kha Gai – a simple delicious recipe for one of Thailand’s most popular soups! Full of fragrant Thai ingredients like lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, ginger, and galanga root, this Thai Coconut Tofu Soup can be made quickly on the stovetop-Gluten-free and Vegan
Tofu is one of the most common protein source for vegans. This recipe uses the traditional way of making curries with yogurt but instead of using dairy yogurt, I prefer to use coconut yogurt.