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Tag Archive: Vegetarian

Capsicum and Potato Curry

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  The morning after the day long fast of ‘Shivarathri’ last sunday, I was looking to make a quick early meal to satisfy our hunger pangs. Although the after-dusk naivedyam of watermelon, musk-melon,… Continue reading

Tomato-Carrot Soup with Basil Herbed Croutons

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  At the wake of dawn, I peeped out the window to catch a glimpse of the sunrise and the sun was well, no where to be found. He hid behind the dark… Continue reading

Chickpeas Garden Salad

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  It’s freezing out here for the past few days and is likely to be so for at-least the next couple more days. We also had light snow this morning and yet the… Continue reading

Spaghetti & Veggie Balls

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  ‘Spaghetti & Meatballs’ is such a crowd favorite….and just because you are not a meat-eater….that shouldn’t devoid you from having it. This is a nice, fresh and healthy dish to start off… Continue reading

Spinach & Cheese Rolls

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  We had this winter’s first snow today which reminds me of our short trip last month. On a beautiful sunny weekend we visited Newport, Rhode Island which is just an hour from… Continue reading

Dosakai Pappu/Yellow Cucumber Dal

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  The idea of ‘comfort food’ certainly varies from person to person. It could also vary by season. In spring, a generous slice of your favorite cake with some hot coffee/tea could be… Continue reading

Chamagadda Pulusu – Taro Root Stew

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    Chamagadda is a favorite in our home. Familiar with this vegetable? No? Then, read on. So, it is called ‘Chamagadda‘ or ‘Chamadumpa’ in Telugu, ‘Arbi‘ in Hindi and ‘Taro Root‘ in… Continue reading

Vegetable Minestrone Soup

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  Want a meal to be filling and super-healthy? ‘Soup’ is the way to go; the one with lots of veggies, beans of your choice, and some comforting pasta cooked in a tasty,… Continue reading

Veggie Pasta in a cheesy Parmesan sauce

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      I made this Pasta earlier this week, but just got lazy to write up the post. Just boil the pasta, stir-fry/cook veggies of your choice, make the sauce and then… Continue reading

Onion and Aloo Bajjis/Onion and Potato Fritters

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      Bajjis are a very popular tea-time snack in India, perfect on a rainy day.¬†They are made with just about anything – onions, long green chillies/mirchi, potatoes, bread, cabbage, spinach, tamalapaaku/beetel… Continue reading

Aloo Gobi

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      ‘Aloo Gobi’ is one popular dish from India. Cauliflower and Potatoes are cooked or rather roasted in a blend of spices. It is beautiful and flavorful at the same time.… Continue reading

Cabbage Kofta Curry/Cabbage Dumplings in Tomato Gravy

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    Koftas refer to dumplings that are usually made with Cabbage, Sorakaya/Lauki/Bottle Gourd or Aloo/Potatoes. They can also be made with ground chicken or mutton (keema) similar to meatballs. When these koftas… Continue reading

Palakura Pappu/Spinach Dal

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    Prep + Cooking time: 35 mins Serves: 4 or 5   Recipe:   – Palakura/Palak/Spinach – 1 bunch – Toor Dal – 1n1/2 cups – Onions – 1/2 – Green Chillies… Continue reading

Vegetable Bambino Upma

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    Semiya Upma is one of my go-to dishes to make when I’m feeling too lazy and un-motivated to cook a complete meal including a curry, rasam, rice/rotis. It is quick, tasty… Continue reading

Veggie Hakka Noodles

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                Prep + Cooking time: 35 to 40 mins Serves: 2   Recipe   – Hakka Noodles – 1 packet – 150g – Spring Onions –… Continue reading