Cozy Vegan Recipes right for the Season
Feel good with these cozy vegan recipes . Warming meals like the Spicy Pumpkin and Parsnip Soup, Ash gourd coconut curry on page 2, delicious Apple Pancakes or rice and quinoa crepes . There is also something for your sweet tooth a Blackberry and Apple Galette , Lemon Meringue Pie and a recipe from India which is made for the Diwali festival. Usually, the Indian sweet recipes have a lot of sugar ,but this one is converted for vegans. It is a Chocolate Nut Burfi Vegan and Sugar-free . You can eat it , it is really health
5 of theses cozy vegan recipes are a contribution of our award-winning sisters Amy and Veronika from GB . The recipes on page 2 are from Indu’s international Kitchen ,she converts Indian recipes into vegan recipes for us ,like the Chocolate Nut Burfi without sugar.All these cozy vegan recipes are prepared with healthy and nutritious ingredients . You can eat them without regret. Prepare these cozy vegan recipes for your family and friends . Everybody will feel cozy and good in this cool season of the year.
10 Cozy Vegan Recipes That Will Make You Feel Good
I’ve got another delicious pumpkin recipe this week. I still had half a pumpkin leftover from last week and hadn’t quite got round to using it up, but I don’t think you can ever get too much pumpkin at this time of year! Recipe
Yes, now I can make soups for lunches! In the summer I’m all about salads, but now I’m all about staying warm, and soup is what I’m craving on these chillier autumnal days.
I’ve massively got into pumpkins and squashes over the last few years, especially with the different varieties you can now get in the shops and in your veg boxes. The one thing that I can simply not deal with is how difficult they are to cut up! I’ve got a good knife, and still I nearly give myself a hernia dealing with this nemesis veg! If you’ve not got a sharp knife, you seriously need to invest in one, because squash prepping life was definitely MUCH harder with a blunter cutting implement Recipes
I’ve got a treat for you this week in the shape of Squash stew and dumplings! This time of year we are surrounded by choice. So many of my favourite fruits and vegetables are in season; apples, pears, kale, cabbages, broccoli and pumpkins. Yes, we are now spoilt for choice with comforting, hearty foods that will warm us up on these cold rainy days. Soups, curries, and stews are my staples of the moment. Recipe
I know this is totally not seasonal and I’m not sure if anyone other than me is looking to make a lemon meringue pie at the moment but what can I say, I got inspired by the Bake Off! I was watching it the other week, and knowing the awesomeness that is Aquafaba (chickpea water), I just had to work out a way of getting the chickpea water into a meringuey gooey pie of dreams. And I did! And it was super easy! It didn’t quite crisp up as you’d expect an egg-based meringue too, but it delivered a sweet marshmallowey texture and with the contrast of the sharp tangy lemon it did the job! Recipe
Apologies for my long time absence. Things have been hectic over here mainly because I’ve been moving house. But, now things are starting to bear a semblance of normality, and I’m getting my butt back into blogging. How’s things with you guys, what have I missed? Recipe
Cozy Vegan Recipes That Will Make You Feel Good
Somehow January seems to have drifted into mid-February and it’s only just now, sitting down to write, that I’ve realised. Like the onset of that really fine rain that you don’t notice until you’ve been walking for twenty minutes and suddenly realise you’re soaked through.
Pancake day has come and gone, along with Valentine’s Day. I feel like I’ve barely had time to even think about making pancakes or how a day of forced romance and red roses makes me queazy Recipe
With Diwali just being around the corner….it falls on Oct 30th this year, it is going to coincide with Halloween and we know what that means, right? Yes, just sugar overload! The traditional Diwali sweets mostly all require dairy and tons of sugar. Oh boy! Recipe
These dosas came out fabulous as good as the traditional ones with rice and urad dal.
Necessity is indeed the mother of invention. From Wells to Velcro and from tyres to test tube babies! Humans are a determined species indeed. And when someone who loves the typical south indian dosa made with rice and urad dal (black gram split lentils) who has to now avoid lentils being on an anti-inflammatory diet, it was indeed testing times. She had to find a solution! So therein went a light bulb and quinoa came to the rescue. I prepared the batter just like the traditional one just replacing urad dal with quinoa even soaking quinoa overnight just like I did for the urad dal. While grinding I added a bit of poha since that aids in fermentation Recipe
Some days we crave for something very simple yet something that is very comforting – I am sure you will agree! For me one of those comfort foods is this curry – something that transports me back in time where I am just enjoying a simple afternoon lunch with plain rice, kumbalanga curry, some plain payaaru(red lentils) accompanied by some spicy lime pickle and pappadum on the side. I often wonder why my comfort foods are always such simple foods. I am yet to find a definitive answer but I think it is so mainly because the simple, uncomplicated recipes with the right combination of ingredients is what truly brings a distinctive flavor to a dish. And that is something that is often challenging to achieve in a complicated multi-ingredient recipe.
Safe to say, jalebis and I are not becoming friends any time soon. But these two-ingredient, 20-minute, stupendously delicious burfees are all I need for the Diwali feels without popping a vein in the process. We shouldn’t be stressed on Diwali, right? Desserts should be stress-free, right? Right.
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