Curries Round up and Mofo highlights! and a November Sneak Peak.

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Mofo Post 22. Day 29.
I made some Kadhai Tempeh and Vindaloo curry, but I couldnt click enough pictures and this month has been quite a workout already!
No worries though:).. heres a short round up of some delicious curries posted before. Most of the curries are the kind served with white or red meat in Indian restaurants. Hence, I used tempeh to veganize them with minimal changes. You can add Seitan, Tofu, chunky vegetables (cauliflower, potatoes, bell peppers, zucchini, broccoli, eggplant) or lentil based loaf cubes to the curries as well.
All curries are naturally Glutenfree. :)



Kadhai Gobi, shimla mirch, tempeh(below right. Tempeh, cauliflower, bell pepper in spicy tango tomato sauce cooked in Indian Wok)


All of my VeganMofo Posts below! Hope you all had a super fun October.. I would have loved to post a bunch more and would have loved all of them to have featured on Veganmofo website everyday:) But hey I found so many great new blogs and friends! Keep in touch and watch out for the whats coming up in November, collage at the end of the post!






Whats coming this November!.... the Seekh Kebabs which are sitting in Drafts, some cakes I baked up for birthdays... lots more Indian dishes made by mom wit fun veggies like Ridge Gourd... and some repros of some yumm recipes I pinned during mofo!


Happy Halloweeen! And have an amazing Weekend!



16 comments:

  1. Great round up. So glad I found your blog, and in particular can't wait to try the gulab jamun.Feels like I've waiting an eternity for that dessert :)

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  2. fantastic presentation..bookmarking this page right away..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  3. Thanks Gigi. I am so glad i found u too!

    Thanks for the bookmark Jay! Have a great day!

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  4. Oh my goodness what a great roundup! I've bookmarked this! Thanks!

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  5. Richa...ahem! ...I think you better come visit my...ahem! ahem! ...blog.
    http://urbanvegan.net/2011/10/vegan-mofo-working-with-vegan-phyllo.html


    And this is a great roundup. I wish every month were Vegan Mofo. It is in a way, but you know what I mean.

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  6. Thanks Veganangela!


    Thanks for reaching out Dynise! i know.. i dont want mofo to get over too!

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  7. This is one delicious post! I have to go back and bookmark so many of these recipes.

    I hope you feel better too! xox

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  8. I should perhaps not be spending work time opening a dozen tabs of your recipes... but too hard to resist! :P

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  9. I've really enjoyed reading all your posts this MoFo and I've given you the Liebster blog award ^_^ http://kommonerkraft.blogspot.com/2011/10/liebster-blog-award.html

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  10. Thanks Mandee and Hannah.. hope u find lots of bookarkable recipes:):)

    Thanks Kommoner for the liebster!! lots of blog love back to u!

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  11. congrats on finishing vegan mofo! commend you for it! :) btw, i was wondering if you could recommend some good vegan, gf items if i were to go to an indian restaurant? this one is near my house (http://www.kinararestaurant.com/) but you can just list any suggestions u have! :)

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  12. Thanks Junia. I emailed u the details.. hope it helps,

    Thanks Torview!

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  13. You've made some of the most interesting food I've been introduced to! I can't wait to try cooking it, Thank you for sharing so much with us!

    I think everyone who did VeganMOFO should all meet up in Hawaii for a well earned holiday! Some 5 star vegan hotel should have a water view and pamper us for a week! :)

    keep in touch beautiful lady!
    Love Savannah xox

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  14. Savannah, i totally agree with the hawaii vacation!.. that would be sooo much fun!

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  15. WOW!!! What a wonderful round-up of MOFO recipes. You surely cooked up a storm of deliciousness :)

    Kiran @ KiranTarun.com

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