Khichdi or Khichri is an easy staple food enjoyed in every Indian house hold. Whether it is for breakfast, quick weeknight dinner or a gathering, holy event, Khichdi serves the purpose. This vegan, vegetarian gluten-free Khichdi is made of rice, lentils, onions, oil and spice tampering. Optionally potatoes, vegetables, and ghee are added and then boiled until cooked. Khichdi is usually mushy, more like mashed potatoes consistency. Indian pickles are a great side to Khichdi. Popular vegetables used are Potatoes, carrots, cauliflower, green beans. Khichdi is consumed as breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For those looking for great, home-cooked vegan, vegetarian meatless options, khichdi will win you over.
You call Bhakshalu, Oliga, Poornam poli, sweet chapati or puran poli, It is Indian’s most favorite festive food. Name itself makes me drool. Traditionally made with channa dal (Split chickpeas), jaggery stuffed in flour dough and fried on griddle. Pumpkin stuffing makes the dish so light, you can pour your favorite ghee as much as you want. It not as time consuming as traditional dish. You can replace pumpkin with sweet potato or squash. Remember pumpkin is really a squash.
Spaghetti squash, as the name suggests is spaghetti in a squash. You probably are wondering what is spaghetti in squash. This squash, when cooked, is transformed into spaghetti strands. This vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, paleo dish will be your most favorite dish. It is so much fun just to try. Not just spaghetti, you can make quite a variety of dishes with Spaghetti squash. Soups and stews, spaghetti over pasta sauces. Spaghetti squash is non-starchy and its flesh is yellow.
With cooked, spaghetti squash flesh falls away into strands which is very similar to spaghetti. These “spaghetti” strands are crisp and mildly sweet in flavor.
Supercharge your meal with this all natural ultimate low-calorie sandwich. Take these tips to enjoy your sandwich the healthy way. You don’t have to sacrifice taste or richness, just because it is all-natural, vegetarian and gluten-free. Fill half your plate fruits and vegetables and feel good about what you eat. You can make this all-natural, homemade vegetarian sandwich vegan. Remove yogurt or replace with a few cashews.
Don’t worry about how to start a healthy all natural sandwich. I am here to help you pick best ingredients from scratch and give you recipes for making quick and easy sandwiches.
Are you craving something different without having to regret? Look no more. Here is all-natural, gluten-free, paleo moringa, egg saute. For those looking for a break from everyday routine recipes, this all-natural, gluten-free, paleo iron-rich Indian recipe is going to win you over.
This easy, yet creative egg curry is an excellent pair with rice, roti, chapati, even flavored rice as jeera rice, vegetable biryani. Eggs are one of most crowd pleased, versatile & healthy food. Give it a try, you will realize how simple, robust with flavor, tasty and healthy it is.
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.
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.