Carrot Green Beans Poriyal – Green Beans Carrot Coconut stir fry

Carrot Green Beans Poriyal. Easy Green Beans Carrot Coconut stir fry side. South Indian Beans Coconut Poriyal Recipe. | #vegan #glutenfree #soyfree #indian

Somedays I have veggies left that need to be used up. A whole week will go by with recipe development, testing and more recipe trials and errors, before I get to some vegetables which were not used in the recipes. If i have no plans for those veggies, I look online for ideas, choose some depending on… 

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Vegan Bombay Potatoes and Peas

Vegan Bombay Potatoes and Peas | Easy Indian Spiced Potato and Pea curry. #vegan #glutenfree #soyfree #Indian

These Bombay potatoes are super easy and delicious. Potatoes and peas cooked in an easy onion tomato and spice sauce and garnished liberally with cilantro. There are several recipes for Bombay potatoes which are just dry or wet potatoes. I added peas to make them into a substantial meal or side. Serve these with whole grain… 

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Easy Jackfruit Curry

Easy Jackfruit Curry | Vegan Richa

On a Jackfruit roll with this easy Jackfruit Curry. Simple, well spiced and delicious! Young Green Jackfruit is available in canned form in brine in Asian stores and some larger Indian stores. It is also available online on amazon or Indian stores. Jackfruit is called “Kathal” in Hindi which might be the name used in… 

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Brown Rice Mung Bean Kitchari – Mung Bean Stew

Brown Rice Mung Bean Kitchari - Mung Bean Stew | Vegan Richa #vegan #glutenfree #nutfree #soyfree #mungbean #kitchari

Kitchari/khichdi is a one pot rice and lentil meal with many variations and the ways it is served. Often is it a light cleansing food made for days you want to rest your digestion, or just a one pot dish for a quick meal. Depending on the region, it can be an elaborate preparation, comfort… 

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Cauliflower Kofta Curry -Baked Cauliflower Veggie Balls in Spiced Tomato Onion Sauce. Vegan Recipe

Cauliflower Kofta Curry | Vegan Richa

There are several types of Kofta curries. Koftas are balls of meat or veggies or cheese. The richer variety usually has paneer cheese or meat in the balls and cream based curries. The everyday kofta curry versions are vegetable based and can have veggies like cabbage, carrots, potatoes, green beans, cauliflower etc. They can be… 

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