Baingan (Vankaya) masala probably is entire 1+ billion Indian population favorite dish. Whether it is a birthday in a household, or another special day, or a holy gathering, or an upscale event, brinjal masala is a must. Baingan masala is a vegetarian Indian recipe made of sautéed brinjal (eggplant), simmered in creamy vegan gravy. I realize, that there are so many tasty, economic vegan dishes in Indian cuisine. All my childhood, 95% of the time, I ate vegan dishes.
Whether you’re craving a hot, cozy soup to sooth your cold or to keep yourself warm, this stock-free, 100% all-natural, chemical free, home-made, clean chicken soup is what you need to boost immunity. When you need to comfort yourself at the sick time, don’t buy soup in stores. Broth, sodium, fat-filled store-bought soup will bring your body’s ability to fight disease down. Don’t assume stock-free chicken soup recipe isn’t slurp-worthy. I bet it is totally is rich in flavor, mouth-watering A hearty bowl of home-made stock-free chicken soup is not just satisfying, it is your heart’s friend too.
Take a foolproof chance with this recipe to cook something truly different when creating healthy recipes! Adventures don’t have to be with sports or on vacation. Challenge yourself with a new vegetable, new method or a recipe. It’s literally a priceless experience. Here is all-natural, vegan, gluten-free, paleo papaya, fenugreek leaves saute. Moringa is nothing but drumstick leaves. For those looking for a break from everyday routine recipes, this all-natural, vegan-friendly Indian recipe is going to win you over.
Papaya is called as the Fruit of the Angels. Though it is often overlooked as a culinary delight in western countries, for centuries, papaya is a prominent food in Thailand, India, Caribbean countries. Papayas are consumed either ripe or green. Not only in cooking, papaya has been a crucial ingredient in natural healing and beauty care.
Do you want to taste something truly different when creating healthy recipes? You’re in the right place! I’d love to introduce you to my tindora moringa sauté. Moringa is nothing but drumstick leaves. Not just for people that love Indian recipes, this is the one that most people haven’t heard of. But this all-natural vegan-friendly Indian recipe is going to win you over. Tindora is also called ivy gourd, scarlet gourd. Tindora is Indians favorite staple food and party food. Tindora turns out so crunchy when sautéed and stays crunchy for a long time.
Introducing Malabar spinach (Basella alba or rubra) to the western world. Malabar spinach is highly grown and consumed widely in India and other parts of South Asia. Malabar spinach is fleshy, thick and slimy. Leaves and tender and vine stems are edible. They may be eaten in appetizers, sautéed, stir-fried, in soups, and curries. Even use in omelets, pasta dishes, casseroles.
Malabar spinach is not spinach. To me, there isn’t any relation visually or in taste. Maybe scientifically they are distantly related. This dish called bachali Kura in Telugu.
There is nothing more comforting than a piping hot soup during winter. This healthy, all-natural, vegan, vegetarian, paleo, gluten-free, no-stock soup is full of good stuff. When you want to keep your dinner light, this delicious soup is the one. This warm and comforting soup is your weight loss treatment, your vitamin pills. Fresh from the farmers market, fine butternut squash is simmered, adding body, and cooked in all-natural spices.
Butternut squash is steamed, preserving valuable nutrients, loaded with unprocessed spices and flavor. Low in fat, calories, high in protein, vitamins. Healthy starter, snack whatever you can think of.
Makara Sankranthi is celebrated for three days. The first day is Bhogi. North India is known as Lohri.The second day is Sankranthi which is dedicated to worshipping Surya (the Sun god), Varuna (the rain god) and Indra (king of gods). The third day is Kanuma which is dedicated to cleaning cows, farm animals, and farm equipment and also offering prayers to them for helping with a successful harvest season.
Bhogi day starts with Bhogi manta (Bonfire) in the early hours of the morning. People light a bonfire, offer prayers to fire god discarding outdated things and ideas and welcome new things and new ideas to prosper. In the evening Bommala Koluvu (arrangement of images of Gods, toys, and dolls) is arranged at homes.
Chutneys are a staple food in Southern India. Chutneys can be made with a variety of vegetables. Mix n match a wide variety of vegetables, nuts, seeds to make rich, enticing, exquisite chutney. This is a Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, Paleo, nut-free recipe. Aromatic spices with vegetables, nuts in tampering makes chutney an ultimately delicious and healthy. Whichever vegetable you make chutney out of, Chutney is loaded with iron, vitamins, and antioxidants. Traditionally, vegetables are cooked in spices and crushed with the hand in mortar pestle to make chutney. In the modern generation, grinders are used. Chutney is usually consumed with rice and ghee poured on top. Lately, with low carb consciousness, people prefer eating chutneys as homemade dips for tortilla chips, pita chips, south Indian snacks as sakinalu, janthikalu and karappusa.
Gongura, which is known to the western world as Roselle, is a tangy and sour leaf. Roselle plant leaves and flowers both are edible. Gongura (Hibiscus Sabdariffa) leaves – the most popular dish in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India. Gongura leaves are widely used in Andhra Pradesh. It holds a very special place in Andhra peoples hearts. It is called as Andhra favorite dish – Andhra maatha or Andhra Shakambari Varaprasadam which is translated to “Vegetarian mother of Andhra”.
Gravy is the base for most Indian dishes. Indian gravy is not the turkey gravy as most westerns are familiar with. This vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, paleo gravy adds up taste and smooth, silky texture to the dish. In parties, festival gatherings, gravy curry is staple. Thats because gravy adds up volume and smooth gravy simply slides thru the throat. Though I am not fan of freezing, you can make extra gravy, freeze and use when you need.
Common way’s to use Indian gravy is to cook with vegetables or meat and as a side to biryani dishes. Add your favorite vegetables or meat to this gravy, simmer and enjoy. Chicken and Potatoes are most crowd cheered combination which is cooked in gravy.