Jackfruit coconut curry is one of the most easiest and yummy food. It cooks faster and tastes yummier. The creamy texture from coconut and chewy texture from Jackfruit with hint of pepper makes it a perfect combination for any season! Eat it with bread or rice!
Koshary is to Egyptian cuisine as the pyramids are to its culture. It is a comforting bowl of simple pantry ingredients: spiced lentils and rice, combined with chickpeas , vermicelli and small pasta. All topped in with tomato sauce and cumin sauce that’s been spiked with vinegar and crispy thin fried onion.
This version of falafel has a bit of both the worlds, sweet and spicy. Sweet potato gives the sweetness while all the other spices gives the hint of spiciness… the texture falafel gets is from chickpea and flavor is from sweet potato… You can adjust the spiciness by adding more paprika or cayenne pepper or can add more of red chili powder.
7 layer burrito is a Tex-Mex cuisine. This recipe for 7 Layer Burritos is absolutely delish! And if you haven’t guessed already, they’re filled with 7 different ingredients. Chunks of cilantro-lime rice, seasoned black beans, pico de gallo, guacamole, sour cream, lettuce and of course, plenty of cheese – stuffed into large soft tortillas and grilled.
Lentil soup is easy to prepare with some of the basic conventional ingredients . A dash of fresh lemon will add more depth to the flavor and cilantro adds freshness . A soup which is easy to prepare but will fill your taste buds with everlasting flavors.
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 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.
Paella…It’s treat to the eye and feast to the tummy! How about we make some Paella-The National Dish of Spain using seasonal veggies.