Batata Vada Recipe | Vada Pav Recipe Batata Vada, also known as Vada Pav is the favourite street food of Mumbai, Maharashtra. Me and my husband love to satiate our cravings for this yummy snack once in a while. To get an authentic Batata Vada/ Vada Pav is difficult if you happen to stay outside of Mumbai. I am posting this recipe especially for those of you who want to enjoy … [Read more...]
Indian cuisine offers a lot of recipes that are a delight to any Vegan. Many popular recipes are naturally vegan. Yes, many Indian recipes make use of dairy but there are even more recipes in this age old cuisine that are 100% vegan. I will be sharing some simple, delicious and nutritious vegan recipes here.
Veg Kabab Recipe | Mixed Vegetable Kabab Recipe This delicious vegetarian version of the kabab can be a great Iftar option, tea time snack as well as an option for kids tiffin. With a whole lot of vegetables and gram flour (besan) that go into it, Veg Kabab is a good source of multiple vitamins, protein and dietary fibre. Home made fried snacks can also be good for health when … [Read more...]
Palak Pakora Recipe | Spinach Pakora We all crave for hot snacks with a cup of chai (tea) or coffee during the monsoon. I love staying at home and indulging myself with fried foods, soups and masala chai. The rains remind me of Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali, Mumbai where we stayed for a few years during my father's service. It is one of the best places to stay in … [Read more...]
Hari Moong Dal Recipe | Sabut Moong ki Dal Recipe: Hari Moong Dal means whole green moong beans. They are extremely nutritious whether sprouted or not. I love this hari moong dal recipe since it is so easy to make and delicious too! If you are looking for other dal recipes do check out Katachi Amti (Maharashtrian spicy dal), Gujarati Dal and Dal Palak. Whole green moong … [Read more...]
Plain Paratha or as it is known as Tawa or Sada Paratha is a paratha which goes very well with any dal or subzi especially paneer subzi. I love this plain paratha because of the fact that it is easy to make and can be served in so many food combinations. For subzi and dal recipes that go well with Tawa Paratha check Aloo Gobi, Mix Veg, Bhindi Fry and Dal Palak. This … [Read more...]