Tempeh Tikka Pulao. Vegan Gluten-free Recipe

Tempeh Tikka Pulao | Vegan Richa 

Phew, that was one exciting weekend!!. I am just about trying to get back to routine. Which is going to be difficult because now I know I have to finish the book :) Anywho, things eventually will fall into place. 

In the meanwhile, here is an amazing Pulao to get you going for Diwali. Rice cooked to a fluffy fragrant state with whole spices. Then mixed in with Tempeh Tikkas. You can make the Tikkas with Tofu or Soy-free with Chickpea Tofu or veggies or Split pea Tempeh. 

Biryanis and Pulaos are usually Rice or grain sides with added spices, veggies and other things. Biryanis have layers of rice, veggies etc and can be baked. Pulaos can be made in a pan, all in one pan or separately. 

A delicious side or a meal on its own. Serve up with non dairy yogurt raita or mint chutney.

This crisp and fluffy Tempeh Tikka Pulao. Happy Diwali!

Tempeh Tikka Pulao | Vegan Richa
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