It's a Vegan World - Indian Round-up
October 01, 2009
Finally, the round-up day arrived.
It's been an amazing month: I enjoyed receiving all your indian vegan recipes, so thank you all! I've already tried many of them and I can't wait to try them all.
Let's start with Preeti Kashyap from the blog Relishing Recipes that cooked two incredible dishes: Keerai Sambar (Spinach Lentil Gravy) and Vazhakkai Mezhukku Paratti (Plantain fry). The first recipe is a quick side-dish, perfect for kids, and the second a tasty dish of fried plantains.
Pari Vasisht from the blog Foodelicious send us two incredible dishes: Sambar with Onion and Tomato Chutney, an elaborate and spiced dish, and Lal Math Bhaaji, a dish made with Lal Math, a red leafy and healthy vegetable.
Lata Raja from the blog Flavours and Tastes cooked a traditional indian recipe: Aezhu Kari Kootu. It should be prepared with seven vegetables, grown during winter... but why stop at seven?
Shanthi Krishnakumar from the blog Shanthi krishnakumar's cookbook prepared Pongakkozhambu, a traditional (and really appetizing!) soup prepared for the Pongal festival.
Sandhya Hariharan from the blog Sandhya's Kitchen cooked Kala chana chat, that can be served as a starter... or in a paper cone.
Priyasuresh from the blog Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes send us two recipes: Sprouted Methi Seeds Kuzhambu, a soup made with sprouted fenugreek seeds, and Arisi Paruppu Sadham (Dal rice) a traditional dish made with basmati rice and toor dal
Sweatha from the blog TastyCurryLeaf cooked Tofu Bhurji, a vegan version of the traditional Paneer bhurji.
Jaya Wagle from the blog Jayaspace enjoyed the Stuffed Anaheim peppers her mom was cooking, so she prepared them for her son.
Another entry from Pari Vasisht from the blog Foodelicious: Tangy baby potatoes in Onion cilantro curry, a dish made tangy using the coriander and tamarind.
PJ from the blog Seduce your tastebuds prepared Ven Pongal, a traditional South Indian breakfast dish served at weddings.
Gita Jaishankar from the blog Gita's Kitchen submitted Tofu and peas masala, Black chicpeas curry and Palak Tofu: three tasty vegan treats!
Rajee Mani from the blog Everyday Cooking prepared Baingan (Eggplant) Masala, and suggests us how to avoid bitter eggplants.
Shri from the blog Tasty Touch cooked Eggplant Curry, a dish that she ate since she was a child.
Radha from the blog Urban bites: delizie da Hong Kong welcome us to north-west India with the recipe Unripe papaya salad, with ginger and cilantro leaves.
Gethan from the blog My Tasty Recipes prepared a pancake that she calls B-E-A-N-S ADAI, rich in proteins and taste.
Kanchan from the blog Kitchen Gossip... used mung dal to prepare Mung/Moong Pakode (Mung Dal Fritters), yum, I love mung dal, I think I will try this recipe soon.
The foundres of It's A Vegan World, Vaishali from the blog Holy Cow! teaches us how to prepare Mava Cake, delicious cupcakes with the aroma of cardamom.
Claire from the blog Chez Cayenne prepared Potato-bean Kofta, that she served with a Tomato-cream Gravy.
This are my entries, Yellow Biryani with Coriander, an aromatic rice dish, and Besan Ka Cheela, similar to crepes or pancakes, but made with besan (chickpeas flour).
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