Millet Pongal with chutney is a popular breakfast item from Southern India.Both the sweet and the savory versions of Pongal are equally famous. Traditionally, Rice and Moong Dal are the key ingredients in pongal. In this variation, proso millet has been used in place of rice.
You will surely love this nutritious and delicious Vegan Spanish Omelette which is a typical Spanish Recipe. It is popularly known as Tortilla De Patatas or Tortilla Espanola.
This recipe is quite effortless and requires very few basic pantry ingredients. Traditional recipe uses eggs and deep fried potatoes. But for this vegan version, I have used ground Bengal gram lentil which is a staple in Indian cuisine. To convert this recipe into a satvik recipe, simply omit garlic and onion.
For the festival season ahead, here are a few No Cook Diwali Desserts which are very easy to make and at the same time visually so appealing.
For the festive season ahead, presenting an imitation No cook Kala Jamun Recipe which is Vegan, Grain free and Gluten free as well.
Kala Jamun is a very popular Indian sweet. “Kala” means black in Hindi. This sweet ball has a very dark outer cover and hence the name kala or black. This is similar to another famous Indian sweet Gulab Jamun which is lighter in color.
Come Navratri and you can not miss the Karamani Sweet Chundal. Chundal or Sundal is the most common Neivedyam or offering for Navratri in Tamilian households. Both the savory and sweet Chundal varieties are popular and they make not only an easy snack recipe, they are healthy and wholesome too.
This Vegan Tapioca Creme Brulee is a fusion of Indian Sabudana Kheer and Creme Brulee. In India, Tapioca pearls or sago or sabudana is a staple food during festive times. But this is a popular ingredient in many international cuisines as well. Although the traditional Creme Brulee recipe does not use tapioca, due to its starchy texture, it becomes very easy to replace regular cream with tapioca.
Here is an easy and gluten free Handmade Vegan Lentil Pasta recipe for all Pasta lovers out there, who want to incorporate more fibre and more protein in their everyday diet.
The recipe is very simple as it requires just 4 basic pantry ingredients. The 5th ingredient is water. The key ingredient for this pasta is Red Lentil Flour. Red Lentil or Masoor Dal is widely consumed in every part of India. If you have a high speed blender at home, then you can make Lentil flour in a jiffy at home. Else, you can use store bought ready made flour. The other ingredients are rice flour (you can also use tapioca flour), salt and oil.