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Chickpeas in Coconut Onion Sauce – Manglorean Chana Gassi

January 6 2018 Vegan Richa 

Chickpeas in Coconut Onion Sauce – Manglorean Chana GassiChana Gassi /­­Ghassi – Mangalorean Coconut Onion sauce with Chickpeas. Simplified adaptation of Regional Indian Curry from Coastal Karnataka. Vegan Gluten-free Soy-free Nut-free Recipe I remember trying a version of Kori Gassi which is a popular chicken curry from Mangalorean cuisine (coastal region in Karnataka state) way back when. The Sauce is made with a few ingredients but packs an amazing complex flavor. This coconut onion sauce can be used with veggies and tofu as well. I use chickpeas with it and served it with tomato rice. Dried chickpeas that are soaked for a few hours and pressure cooked in a pressure cooker/­­Instant Pot. You can also make it in a saucepan, see recipe notes. The sauce cooks and caramelizes under pressure with the chickpeas, it it does not need to be pre-roasted. If however you are using cooked chickpeas or veggies, cook the sauce until the onion doesn’t smell raw, then add the veggies/­­chickpeas and simmer. Just when you thought we cant have more chickpea curries :). There are many sauces and curries across regional Indian cuisines that use various ingredients and spices very different from each other and often paired with meats, paneer or legumes. The different flavors, textures, spices all work equally beautifully with the different beans and pulses, seitan/­­chikin subs, and tofu. Its all about the sauce. Lets make this Mangalorean Chana Ghassi! Continue reading: Chickpeas in Coconut Onion Sauce – Manglorean Chana GassiThe post Chickpeas in Coconut Onion Sauce – Manglorean Chana Gassi appeared first on Vegan Richa.

baigan ki sabji | baingan ki sabzi recipe | baigan ki recipe

January 4 2018 hebbar's kitchen 

baigan ki sabji | baingan ki sabzi recipe | baigan ki recipebaigan ki sabji | baingan ki sabzi recipe | baigan ki recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. the recipe for dry brinjal curry can vary with region to region and place to place. this recipe of dry brinjal curry or vangi curry is a south indian version and prepared with either sambar or rasam powder. it is prepared instantly for either dinner or lunch and tastes good as side dish to chapathi or roti. Continue reading baigan ki sabji | baingan ki sabzi recipe | baigan ki recipe at Hebbar's Kitchen.

Favorite New Year Reset Recipes

January 4 2018 Golubka Kitchen 

Favorite New Year Reset Recipes Happy New Year, friends! We wanted to stop by with a round-up of 18 vegan and gluten-free New Year reset-friendly recipes that are vegetable-forward and deeply nourishing, but also satisfying and delicious. We’ve got you covered on healing soups and stews, vibrant mains, energy-boosting breakfasts and snacks, a powerful cold remedy drink, and even a minimally sweetened dessert that still very much tastes like a treat. Wishing you all the health and happiness in 2018 :) No-Recipe Healing Soup (v, gf) One of our most popular recipes of 2017. This is a highly customizable soup, built on a powerful broth made with immunity-friendly ingredients. It’s delicious and warming, but especially helpful to those under the weather or low on energy. Make sure to seek out 100% buckwheat soba noodles to make this recipe gluten-free. Versatile Mung Dal Stew with Healing Spices (v, gf) A deeply nourishing and simple stew recipe, heavily influenced by South Indian cuisine, with a high potential for customization. Brussels Sprout Tomato Stew (v, gf) The ultimate, cozy stew from our Fall Meal Plan, loaded with so many star ingredients of fall/­­winter fare: mushrooms, carrots, garlic and onion, as well as jarred tomatoes, brussels sprouts and lentils. Check out the whole meal plan, too – it has all kinds of other great ideas for a new year reset menu for a whole week. Bright & Grounding Chickpea, Parsnip and Kale Soup (v, gf) A soup that’s both creamy and chunky, full of grounding, winter-appropriate ingredients. Mango Curry with Fennel and Parsnip (v, gf) Mango season is coming soon, and this curry is the perfect way to celebrate the sunny fruit’s arrival. Besides the mango, it’s loaded with all kinds of other nutritious, health-promoting produce like broccoli and fennel. Make sure to seek out 100% buckwheat soba noodles to make this recipe gluten-free. Mung Bean Falafel (v, gf) Mung beans make for a great alternative falafel base. They are incredibly nutritious and affordable, and their cooking time is a lot shorter than that of chickpeas. This falafel is very simple to prepare, and it makes for a perfect component to complete a bright and flavorful veggie bowl. Creamy Millet Polenta with Rainbow Chard and Chickpeas (v, gf) An incredibly savory, alternative polenta recipe made with millet instead of corn. Simple in looks, but surprisingly complex in flavor. Taco Collard Green Rolls (v, gf) All the flavors of a great veggie taco, contained in a collard green roll. A crowd-pleaser through and through. Fennel Marinated Zucchini and Mung Beans (v, gf) If you happen to have access to good zucchini this time of year, try out this light, plant-powered dish. One of my favorites to prepare when I’m feeling sluggish and non-vibrant. Glazed Tofu with Limey Cucumber Noodles and Mango (v, gf) Another great recipe for ushering in mango season. Cucumber noodles are a life-changing discovery, and the glazed tofu technique is our absolute favorite way to prepare tofu. Quick Marinated Beans (v, gf) A great thing to make on the weekend, to have in the fridge throughout the week. These marinated beans are able to transform any salad or bowl into a complete, satisfying meal. Red Cabbage, Blueberry and Apple Sauerkraut (v, gf) Incorporating more fermented foods into your diet is always a great idea, especially during a new year reset. Gut health is everything! If you are up for a home fermentation project, consider making this colorful sauerkraut. Omit the blueberries if you can’t find any this time of year. Sweet Potato Toast, Two Ways (v, gf) Taking a break from grains or bread? Sweet potato toast might be the perfect thing to curb any toast cravings or withdrawals you may be having. It’s also just a really delicious dish in its own right. Immunity-Boosting Beet and Camu Camu Breakfast Bowl (v, gf) Raw beet, avocado, cranberries, camu camu: these are just some of the ingredients in this powerful, immunity-boosting bowl. Makes for a perfectly vibrant breakfast. Quick Blender Pancakes, Three Ways (v, gf) These are truly healthy pancakes, made with nutritious, protein-rich, gluten-free grains, and vibrant veggies. The blender technique makes them very easy to put together, too. Sweet and Savory Energy Bites (What to Do with Leftover Nut Milk Pulp) (v, gf) Having healthy snacks on hand is the key to success, in our opinion. These energy bites are one of our favorite things to make with leftover nut milk pulp, and they make healthy snacking easy and delicious. Almost Savory Raw Chocolate (v, gf) We know that a lot of people take a break from sugar after all that holiday indulgence. This chocolate recipe is a life-saver for any true chocoholics having a hard time with that idea (aka us). You can make it with zero sugar, but still feel like you’ve had your chocolate fix after having a square or two of this stuff. It’s gold! Turmeric, Carrot and Ginger Remedy (v, gf) If you or anyone around you is thinking of getting sick, MAKE THIS! It’s helped us and countless friends of ours fight off colds in their beginning stages. It’s also an invigorating and firey tonic, perfect for any bitter winter day. You might also like... 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17 Best Vegan Recipes 2017

December 31 2017 Vegan Richa 

17 Best Vegan Recipes 2017Best of 2017. Recipes and Posts that were popular this year. 17 Best Vegan Recipes 2017 from the blog. Garlic Sauce with Cajun Cauliflower, Scalloped Potatoes, Butter Tofu, Tiramisu Fudge Bars and more. Gluten-free options Its that time of the year again. The date is changing and I will be writing 2017 for a few weeks before it finally settles. Its been a busy year (The second book work pretty much took up more time than I had), but we did get a break now around the Holidays.  Recharging and chilling (in the cold and snow), and excited about 2018. 135 Posts in 2017! 130 new Recipes. 140 More in a New Book (Everyday Kitchen, Sept 2017). 150 in the first book(Indian Kitchen, May 2015).! 380 posts on Instagram. Cooking on Instagram Stories. Loads of recipe remakes from blog and both the books #veganricha #veganrichasindiankitchen #veganrichaseverydaykitchen ! 81 Videos on Youtube. Longer videos to come in 2018. 2018 will see more of similar flavorful food, some simple everyday recipes, some new cuisines and styles to try out new flavors and textures, some regional Indian fare (Indian sub-cuisines, so much more to learn!) with new ingredients, Instant Pot cooking, and more video types(narration, live etc). Have something you’d like me to try next year, let me know in the comments. What were your favorite posts from the blog? Here are the top 17 posts from 2017 in order of popularity.Continue reading: 17 Best Vegan Recipes 2017The post 17 Best Vegan Recipes 2017 appeared first on Vegan Richa.

sambar vada recipe | how to make sambar vadai or vada sambar

December 18 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

sambar vada recipe | how to make sambar vadai or vada sambarsambar vada recipe | how to make sambar vadai or vada sambar with step by step photo and video recipe. a popular hotel style sambar vada recipe prepared by combining the spiced and flavoured sambar with medu vada or urad dal vada. crisp vada is soaked lentil sambar which makes it soft and tender before serving. in addition the sambar vada is topped with finely chopped onions and coconut chutney before serving. Continue reading sambar vada recipe | how to make sambar vadai or vada sambar at Hebbar's Kitchen.

pudina paratha recipe | mint paratha recipe | pudina lachha paratha

December 14 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

pudina paratha recipe | mint paratha recipe | pudina lachha parathapudina paratha recipe | mint paratha recipe | pudina lachha paratha with step by step photo and video recipe. lachha paratha recipe are always a favorite paratha recipes because of its crisp, flaky layered texture. the addition of mint flavor adds an extra topping to this paratha recipe makes it irresistible and flavorful. these pudina lachha parathas tastes amazing when served with choice of curries like paneer curries or north indian curries recipes. Continue reading pudina paratha recipe | mint paratha recipe | pudina lachha paratha at Hebbar's Kitchen.

kulcha naan recipe | plain kulcha recipe | butter kulcha on tawa

December 6 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

kulcha naan recipe | plain kulcha recipe | butter kulcha on tawakulcha naan recipe | plain kulcha recipe | butter kulcha on tawa with step by step photo and video recipe. in punjab plain kulcha recipe is often served with matar chole recipe which is prepared with white peas. the combination of these 2 is often served for breakfast or for evening snacks as a street food. having said that it equally tastes great with the choice of any north indian curries or paneer curries. Continue reading kulcha naan recipe | plain kulcha recipe | butter kulcha on tawa at Hebbar's Kitchen.

Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-free (no added yeast)

November 28 2017 Vegan Richa 

Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-free (no added yeast)Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-free (No added yeast) Gluten-free Grain-free Cinnamon bread Recipe. Soft, fluffy and amazing. Batter of Besan (chickpea flour) swirled with Cinnamon Sugar. Can be nut-free.  When you cannot roll the batter, you make it into a swirled bread! This Soft and delicious bread is gluten-free, yeast-free, grain-free, but not taste-free. Never taste-free! A fluffy besan (brown chickpea flour) batter, and cinnamon sugar swirled in and baked for perfect Cinnamony, fluffy bites to start the morning. Serve warm with a drizzle of icing or vegan butter. The batter for this Cinnamon Roll bread uses besan (brown chickpea flour) and uses citric acid to add air to the batter before baking. The principle of using citric acid in gluten-free baking is similar to aquafaba, To add air to the batter before baking. This method is used in Indian snacks and baking since decades. You can possible used whipped up aquafaba instead in this recipe. Whipping up aquafaba is not my cup of tea (too much noise and too long a process). Nor is the canned liquid. Hello changing metabolism. This recipe is far quicker, takes 15 seconds and easier! No elbow grease required, no 15 minutes of whipping, just mix in 5 strokes and done! Whats there to not like? This recipe does not use any added yeast, but baking powder and citric acid for leavening. If you are sensitive to yeast, please check the other ingredients and use the versions that are safe for you. Vinegar uses yeast in the production process, and citric acid might as well. Use lemon juice and non yeast citric acid or all lemon juice like my gluten-free lemon donuts, Lets get to this amazing sticky bread.Continue reading: Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-free (no added yeast)The post Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-free (no added yeast) appeared first on Vegan Richa.

Restaurant Roundup: Treat Yourself to a Vegetarian Night Out!

November 27 2017 Meatless Monday 

Restaurant Roundup: Treat Yourself to a Vegetarian Night Out!Now that Thanksgiving is over, its time to get back on a healthy track. But that doesnt mean you cant take a short break from cooking! Weve rounded up some of the best restaurants from around the country that offer Meatless Monday. Not only can you eat plant-based this holiday season but you can support a local business that is doing its part to make their communities healthier! Here are some restaurants offering great vegetarian and vegan options every Monday: Oddfellows (Seattle, Washington) Oddfellows proudly supports Meatless Monday in an effort to make the world a healthier place. Just one of several plant-based meals offered at Oddfellows is a salad of baby greens with watermelon radish, gorgonzola & gooseberry-sherry honey vinaigrette. It’s simple and delicious, and we hope our guests enjoy it as much as we do. Tallulahs (Seattle, Washington) Tallulah’s thinks every day can be meatless and is proud to be a part of Meatless Monday. They’ve created a vegetable-driven menu and on Monday’s they take it up notch. Our recent favorite is a seared king trumpet mushroom dish with farro charred corn, zucchini ribbons, peas and ramp chermoula. We always enjoy eating our veggies at Tallulah’s, but especially when it’s for a good cause. Snarfs Sandwiches/­­Snarfburger (Boulder, Colorado) Jimmy Seidels two restaurant chains offer vegetarian and vegan options all the time but actively participate in Meatless Monday. Their vegetarian sandwiches include: the Cheese & Mushroom (sautéed mushrooms, American, Swiss and provolone cheeses topped with mayo, mustard, giardinera peppers, onion, lettuce, tomato, pickles, seasoning and oil), the Vegetarian (avocado, sprouts and provolone cheese topped with mayo, mustard, giardinera peppers, onion, lettuce, tomato, pickles, seasoning and oil), and Eggplant Parmesan (breaded eggplant cutlet, marinara sauce, Swiss, provolone and parmesan cheeses). Yuzu (Lakewood, Ohio) Yuzus Asian-inspired menu offers up Meatless Monday specials every week. Their vegetarian bowls are half-price and offered until 2:00 AM. The bowls - which come in Indian-style and Tex-Mex options - can also include cauliflower rice for a small added charge! Plant Power (San Diego, California) Plant Power is a vegetarian restaurant every day of the week, but it boasts several customers who arent vegetarian or vegan at all. It has become a destination for Meatless Monday diners as well as others who are eager to try a better-for-you, fast food option. In addition to using natural, plant-based ingredients, Plant Power is also dedicated to using only biodegradable materials for their packaging, utensils, and dishes. If you have a favorite restaurant in your hometown that follows Meatless Monday, we want to know about it! Contact us at info@meatlessmonday.com. Wed love to put them in the spotlight. And if you have a place that might want to try Meatless Monday, you can find more information on our site. The post Restaurant Roundup: Treat Yourself to a Vegetarian Night Out! appeared first on Meatless Monday.

masala pasta recipe | indian style pasta | indian pasta recipes

November 21 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

masala pasta recipe | indian style pasta | indian pasta recipesmasala pasta recipe | indian style pasta | indian pasta recipes with step by step photo and video recipe. a unique and fusion recipe between 2 popular cuisine i.e indian cuisine and italian cuisine. basically a desi or spicy twist to the authentic italian pasta recipe to meet the taste buds of spice lovers. it is an ideal lunch box/­­breakfast recipe and can also be treated as kids recipe too. Continue reading masala pasta recipe | indian style pasta | indian pasta recipes at Hebbar's Kitchen.

suji idli recipe | instant suji ki idli | instant plain rava idli recipe

November 4 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

suji idli recipe | instant suji ki idli | instant plain rava idli recipesuji idli recipe | instant suji ki idli | instant plain rava idli recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. rava idli or sooji idli is a speciality of south indian state karnataka which is now popular across india. it is traditionally served with idli sambar and coconut chutney but can be served with choice of chutney. Continue reading suji idli recipe | instant suji ki idli | instant plain rava idli recipe at Hebbar's Kitchen.

Vegan 7 Cup Burfi – Chickpea flour and Coconut Fudge

October 19 2017 Vegan Richa 

Vegan 7 Cup Burfi – Chickpea flour and Coconut FudgeVegan 7 Cup Burfi – 6 Ingredient Diwali Sweet with Chickpea flour and Coconut veganized with almond milk and oil. Easy Traditional Indian Sweet 7 cup cake for Diwali or other festivals. Vegan Gluten-free Soy-free Recipe. Nut-free option So here’s the deal. This recipe is called 7 cup Cake/­­ Burfi. It has a common (non vegan) recipe that uses 7 cup total ingredients..1 cup besan, 1 cup coconut (shredded), 1 cup milk. 1 cup ghee (clarified butter) and 3 cups sugar with a bit of variation here and there in the amounts , added cashews etc. Yes you read that right. I mean, there is no way these things (with vegan subs) together are not going to make a delicious result.  Those amounts are way out there for me. I use vegan butter for the vegan version and much less of it and less of the sugar as well. The fudge also works well with organic safflower or other neutral oil. Chickpea flour is roasted with a tbsp of oil,, then the coconut, sugar and milk are mixed in. The mixture is cooked to caramelize the sugar a bit. Cardamom adds the amazing flavor. These burfis are easier than many of the other burfis(I am looking at your mysore pak). Try these easy Sweet burfi bars with chickpea flour, cardamom, coconut and love. This week is all about the festive season in the house. Cooking up Indian food, snacks and desserts. It finally feels like Diwali! Continue reading: Vegan 7 Cup Burfi – Chickpea flour and Coconut FudgeThe post Vegan 7 Cup Burfi – Chickpea flour and Coconut Fudge appeared first on Vegan Richa.

rava ladoo recipe | rava laddu recipe | sooji laddu or sooji ladoo

October 12 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

rava ladoo recipe | rava laddu recipe | sooji laddu or sooji ladoorava ladoo recipe | rava laddu recipe | sooji laddu or sooji ladoo with step by step photo and video recipe. laddu recipes are common sweet recipes during festival season and rava laddu is one such sweet recipe. unlike other indian ladoos, it requires only few main ingredients. basically it is prepared with roasted semolina, coconut, sugar and dry fruits. Continue reading rava ladoo recipe | rava laddu recipe | sooji laddu or sooji ladoo at Hebbar's Kitchen.

Vegan In Bangladesh

October 10 2017 Happy Cow veggie blog 

Unfortunately, there is no magic word in Bangladesh to easily describe your dietary preferences. It is very difficult for a Bangladeshi person to understand that you do not want any meat. At least, this was my experience while trying to eat vegan food in Bangladesh. In Bangladesh, everything vegetarian will most likely be vegan too. They never use Ghee, since vegetable oil is way cheaper. This is especially true for street food–places will use mustard or corn oil. The kitchen of Bangladesh is very Indian-inspired. But where India is the master of vegetarian food, Bangladesh has a whole other (meat) culture. One important thing to keep in mind is that there will always be traces of meat in your food. Meat will typically be fried in the same oil as veggie dishes, or your vegan food will be served with the same spoon used for meat dishes. Because of this, I had a bone or two mixed into my vegan dishes. Yuk. The few times this happened, I gave away my food to a person on the street in need. Singharas and samosas are mostly vegan, but dont trust the ones filled with onions! Sometimes I would repeat 15 times: NO MEAT! […] The post Vegan In Bangladesh appeared first on The Veggie Blog.

besan bhindi recipe | besan wali bhindi | rajasthani bhindi recipe

December 25 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

besan bhindi recipe | besan wali bhindi | rajasthani bhindi recipebesan bhindi recipe | besan wali bhindi | rajasthani bhindi recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. unlike any other traditional north indian curry recipe, besan bhindi recipe is a no onion no garlic recipe. this recipe contains only dry coating of besan mixed with spice powders like red chilli, garam masala and amchur. after the coating the okras are pan fried till crisp and served hot. Continue reading besan bhindi recipe | besan wali bhindi | rajasthani bhindi recipe at Hebbar's Kitchen.

aloo kachori recipe | aloo ki kachori recipe | potato stuffed kachori

December 17 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

aloo kachori recipe | aloo ki kachori recipe | potato stuffed kachorialoo kachori recipe | aloo ki kachori recipe | potato stuffed kachori with step by step photo and video recipe. kachoris can be prepared with various stuffing and the stuffing varies from region to region. aloo ki kachori is a famous north indian street food snack recipe and is particularly popular in uttar pradesh and agra. in north india it is generally served with green chutney or tomato ketchup which enhances its taste. Continue reading aloo kachori recipe | aloo ki kachori recipe | potato stuffed kachori at Hebbar's Kitchen.

Vegetable Korma – Creamy Indian Korma Recipe No Onion Garlic

December 10 2017 Vegan Richa 

Vegetable Korma – Creamy Indian Korma Recipe No Onion GarlicVegetable Korma – Veggies in Spiced Ginger Chile Sauce. Creamy Indian Korma Recipe made without Onion and garlic. Vegan Indian Gluten-free Soy-free  Can be made nut-free. No Onion No Garlic Recipe. Instant pot option Weekends always have me craving Indian food, so here is this quick Korma Sauce with vegetables of choice.  There are several different types of kormas. Some are decadent, some light. Some use lots of whole spices, some use just a few and some use coconut. This korma sauce is a simple sauce made with whole spices, ginger and chili and then thickened with cashews. The sauce does not use onion and garlic as is used is many korma sauces. Some regional cuisines in India do not include certain root veggies like onion and garlic, or allium. This delicious and easy sauce has a similar flavor punch of my restaurant style Navratan korma sauce (from my first book), but simpler and without any onion and garlic. Use whichever whole spices you have and Use other nuts or coconut as sub for cashews. Lets get to this delicious Clean up the fridge Veggie Korma. Also in other news, get both my books on Kindle Matchbook DEAL, ebook version 88% off for only 2.99 on amazon US, when you get the print copy. If you already bought the print copy at any time past or present (for yourself or for gifting), you get this deal too! Head to the book page and it will automatically show you the deal if you have a print copy order in your account. Take the ebook with you on kindle, computer or your phone!Continue reading: Vegetable Korma – Creamy Indian Korma Recipe No Onion GarlicThe post Vegetable Korma – Creamy Indian Korma Recipe No Onion Garlic appeared first on Vegan Richa.

Aloo Gobi

December 4 2017 Meatless Monday 

Chunks of potato and cauliflower soak up the rich flavors of toasted cumin, turmeric and dried coriander in this traditional dish. Try serving this curry with basmati rice or the flatbread naan for a quintessential Indian feast. This recipe comes to us from Prerna of Indian Simmer. Serves 2 - 2 tablespoons olive oil - 1 teaspoon cumin seeds - or - 1 teaspoon mustard seeds - 1/­­4 onion, chopped - 2 tablespoons dried coriander - 1 teaspoons red pepper powder - I teaspoon turmeric - 1 teaspoon curry powder - 1 medium cauliflower, cut into bite sized florets - 1 potatoes, peeled and cut into 1 inch cubes - 1 tablespoon cilantro, chopped Place the oil in a medium wok or frying pan over medium-high heat. Add the cumin or mustard seeds and cook for 1-3 minutes, or until they start popping. When the seeds pop, add the onion. Cook for 3-5 minutes, or until the it turns golden. Season the onion with the dried coriander, red pepper powder, turmeric and curry powder, taking care to stir and ensure all spices are evenly distributed. Add the cauliflower florets and potato cubes. Stir, cover with a lid and turn heat down to medium low. Cook, stirring occasionally, for about 12-15 minutes or until the potatoes and cauliflower are al dente. Uncover, stir and cook 4-7 minutes more, or until the vegetables are fully cooked. Divide into 2 portions, sprinkle with cilantro and enjoy! The post Aloo Gobi appeared first on Meatless Monday.

Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-free

November 28 2017 Vegan Richa 

Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-freeVegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-free Gluten-free Grain-free Cinnamon bread Recipe. Soft, fluffy and amazing. Batter of Besan(chickpea flour) swirled with Cinnamon Sugar . Can be nut-free.  When you cannot roll the batter, you make it into a swirled bread! This Soft and delicious bread is gluten-free, yeast-free, grain-free, but not taste-free. Never taste-free! A fluffy besan (brown chickpea flour) batter, and cinnamon sugar swirled in and baked for perfect Cinnamony, fluffy bites to start the morning. Serve warm with a drizzle of icing or vegan butter. The batter for this Cinnamon Roll bread uses besan (brown chickpea flour) and uses citric acid to add air to the batter before baking. The principle of using citric acid in gluten-free baking is similar to aquafaba, To add air to the batter before baking. This method is used in Indian snacks and baking since decades. You can possible used whipped up aquafaba instead in this recipe. Whipping up aquafaba is not my cup of tea (too much noise and too long a process). Nor is the canned liquid. Hello changing metabolism. This recipe is far quicker, takes 15 seconds and easier! No elbow grease required, no 15 minutes of whipping, just mix in 5 strokes and done! Whats there to not like?Continue reading: Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-freeThe post Vegan Gluten free Cinnamon Roll Bread – Yeast-free appeared first on Vegan Richa.

Spicy Potato Curry

November 23 2017 Manjula's kitchen 

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Spicy Potato Curry Spicy Potato Curry is a flavorful side dish. This curry can be served with Roti, Paratha, Puri any way you serve, this taste delicious. - 2 Cup potatoes (boiled and roughly mashed) - 2 Tbsp oil (canola or vegetable) - 1 tsp ginger paste - 1 Tbsp coarsely ground coriander (dhania) - 2 tsp coarsely ground fennel seeds (saunf) - 1/­­2 tsp red chili powder - 1-1/­­2 tsp salt - 1 tsp mango powder (amchoor) - 1 Tbsp ginger (thinly sliced) - 1 Tbsp green chili (thinly sliced into rounds) - Heat the oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Add ginger paste, coriander, fennel seeds, and red chili powder, stir for about 1 minute - Add potatoes and salt mix with spices, lower the heat to low medium, let it cook for about 3 minutes stirring occasionally. - Add about 1-1/­­2 cups of water and mango powder stir and change the heat to medium high. As potatoes come to boil cover the pan and lower the heat to medium low and let it cook for about 4-5 minutes. - Adjust the water in gravy to your liking; gravy will thicken as it will cool. - Turn off the heat and add sliced ginger and green chilies and cover the pan. Serving Suggestions Serve Spicy Potato Curry with Samosa instead of chutney and let your guest says wow! I like to serve this over papdi, mathries, crackers, for that I like to keep gravy thick. The post Spicy Potato Curry appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

adai recipe | adai dosa recipe | how to make adai dosai

November 14 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

adai recipe | adai dosa recipe | how to make adai dosaiadai recipe | adai dosa recipe | how to make south indian adai dosai with step by step photo and video recipe. generally the combination of lentils may include an equal proportion of toor dal, channa dal, urad dal and moong dal which is soaked and grounded to thick batter. in addition the batter include jaggery and red chillies which infuse sweet and spice factor to adai dosa. Continue reading adai recipe | adai dosa recipe | how to make adai dosai at Hebbar's Kitchen.

besan burfi recipe | besan ki barfi recipe | besan barfi

November 2 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

besan burfi recipe | besan ki barfi recipe | besan barfibesan burfi recipe | besan ki barfi recipe | besan barfi with step by step photo and video recipe. there are many indian sweets recipes prepared from besan flour or chickpea flour. it mainly includes, sweets like besan ki barfi, besan ladoo and my favorite mysore pak. however out of these options, preparing burfi with besan is extremely simple and quick. Continue reading besan burfi recipe | besan ki barfi recipe | besan barfi at Hebbar's Kitchen.

shankarpali recipe | sweet shakarpara recipe | sweet shakkar para

October 15 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

shankarpali recipe | sweet shakarpara recipe | sweet shakkar parashankarpali recipe | sweet shakarpara recipe | sweet shakkar para with step by step photo and video recipe. shankarpali or shakkar para is typical south indian or maharashtrian snack which is also known as sweet tukdi recipe. it can be prepared either as savoury or sweet snack and can be used as a munching snack for evening tea. but most commonly it is one of the must snack during the diwali festival season. Continue reading shankarpali recipe | sweet shakarpara recipe | sweet shakkar para at Hebbar's Kitchen.

Moong Dal Ladoo

October 12 2017 Manjula's kitchen 

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Moong Dal Ladoo Moong Dal Ladoos are traditional Indian festive sweets. Ladoos are made with different roasted flours or lentils, ghee and sugar. You will find ladooes for every celebration. - 1 cup moong dal (washed) - 3/­­4 cup fine sugar - 1/­­4 cup ghee (clarified butter) - 2 Tbsp almonds (crushed) - 1/­­4 tsp cardamom powder (ilachi) - In a heavy bottom frying pan, roast moong dal over medium low heat. Keep stir-frying till its light brown in color and becomes aromatic. Make sure cook on low heat otherwise dal will not be toasted inside. This will take about 8 minutes. Remove from heat and transfer into a plate and let it cool to the room temperature. - Once the dal comes to room temperature, grind it to a fine powder. - In a bowl mix roasted dal powder, sugar, cardamom powder and crushed almonds. All the ingredients should be mix well. Keep aside. - Melt the ghee, ghee should be warm, pour the warm ghee over dal mixture and mix it well. Take 2 tablespoons of mix in your palm and make them into balls. If the laddu is not holding shape, add more about 1 tablespoon of melted warm ghee and mix well. Make laddus with rest of the mixture. - Store in an airtight container. The laddus will stay good for about two weeks.   The post Moong Dal Ladoo appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

puliyodharai recipe | temple style puliyodharai rice or tamarind rice

October 9 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

puliyodharai recipe | temple style puliyodharai rice or tamarind ricepuliyodharai recipe | temple style puliyodharai rice or tamarind rice with step by step photo and video recipe. perhaps it is one of the easiest and simplest south indian rice recipe. the puliyodharai podi or puliyodharai mix can be prepared well ahead and can be stored in a air tight container. basically puliyodharai can be prepared by simply mixing the spice mix with tamarind and cooked rice. Continue reading puliyodharai recipe | temple style puliyodharai rice or tamarind rice at Hebbar's Kitchen.


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