Cilantro Pesto Pasta

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This is a classic recipe of basic ingredients available in everyone’s pantry! Cilantro fresh herb is the hero of the dish as it leaves great fragrance in the mouth and adds beautiful color to the dish. Added walnuts gives great texture for the sauce/dip.

Quinoa Beetroot Burger

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These are the best burgers made with a mix of quinoa, beetroot , dill and fennel which makes it so much more flavorful than other burgers.They give these meatless burgers a wonderful hearty texture and umami-rich flavor. If you are planning to make burger, it has to be this one.

Cambodian Vegetarian Buddha Bowl

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Cambodian Buddha Bowl is customized to Vegetarian/Vegan version. This dish makes a flavorsome whole meal by itself with all the pea-nutty and coconut flavors. I am introducing a dish that’s native to Cambodia and its empire – A Khmer cuisine.

Cambodian Collard Wrap

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Use nutrient-packed collard greens for your next sandwich wrap and Ditch the Bread! This dish is an asian dish and popular across South East Asia.
Collard greens are an excellent source of vitamin A, C, and folate and a good source of calcium and fiber.

Spinach Lentil Soup

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Healthy spinach and yellow split pigeon peas (Toor daal) soup is super easy to make and tastes rich in flavors. spinach lentil soup has all the goodness of fresh green leafy vegetable and lentils, providing a very nutritious balance of protein, fiber and iron

Pineapple fried rice

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This pineapple fried rice is a hearty vegetarian dish which is fun twist to the usual takeout version of fried rice, incorporating lots of fruity and nutty flavor from pineapple, sesame oil, roasted cashews and toasted sesame seeds.
Now, you can make this fried rice so fast that it is quicker than take out! This is a game changer and your family will go crazy over this rice.

Garden Mojito – Non alcoholic drink

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Summers bring heat which is why we need a cool beverage which not only beats the heat but is also refreshing. In mood for a non-alcoholic beverage, look no further , let’s make some Garden mojito. This recipe brings you flavors of Mojito without alcohol and with most easily available ingredients like mint, basil , parsley , ginger and lemon.

Falafel

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It’s so crunchy from outside and tender from inside! A perfect falafel recipe which is rich in protein and bold with flavors !
When falafel is made the traditional way, is indeed a vegan food, it’s a great source of protein for people who have cut meat out of their diet. It’s relatively low in fat and has no cholesterol if you fry it in heart-healthy oil. And if you top it with veggies in a pita, it becomes a filling and nourishing meal!