Ready for Delicious Indian Vegan Recipes?
Here we have 5 delicious Indian Vegan Recipes for you. Try this Moong Dal Crepes with the grilled vegetables. this Crepes are really easy to prepare with a good food processor you can have the batter very quick.
For the Coconut Curry you canuse any root vegetable if you can not get an Elephant foot yam. Kohlrabi, Celery, Turnip, Carrots ? will do. A tasty Kerela recipe. Who does not like French Fries? here made of Sweet Potatoes.
The Jackfruit is a new discovery for us here ,try the stir fry a recipe of Sri Lanka and finally the Okra Fenugreek Masala with a lot of tasty delicious spices. A true wealth of delicious Indian recipes for you to try and see which one is the favorite of the family.
Moong Dal Crepes with grilled veggies
These are great for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Really a filling meal. All you need to do is soak moong dal overnight or for at least 3-4 hours so you can then grind them easily to get the batter. You can save the batter for unto 3-4 days in the fridge. Moong dal is a great gluten free option too. click here> Moong dal Crepes
Vegan version of my fish curry. You can use any hard/root vegetable. I used suran or elephant foot yam.
Elephant foot yam? Now what is that? My kids were stumped. What a weird name! But if you see this yam, which is like a super large yam or potato, it does indeed resemble an elephant’s foot! In Indian cuisine this yam is used in almost every region although it is called by different names – Oal in the East, Chena (Kerala), sennai kizhangu in Tamil, sudan in the west and jimmikhand in the North.
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Sweet Potato French Fries
Today we have a nice and simple recipe for you, a paleo sweet potato fries recipe. Although fries are simple to make it can be a little trickier to create a flavorful and tasty fry. The fries are seasoned perfectly and they do not contain any ingredients you could not have if living the Paleo lifestyle. They are so delicious you won’t be able to stop consuming them!
You’ll love these crispy, crunchy sweet potato fries as a simple snack or an awesome side to burgers and sandwiches. Grab the three ingredients needed, a handful of your favorite spices and get bakin’ these fabulous un-fried treats
Sweet potatoes contain almost twice as much fiber as other types of potatoes. The high fiber content gives them a “slow burning” quality. This basically means their caloric energy is used more slowly and efficiently than a low-fiber carbohydrate Procedure:>click here
I have always liked jackfruit. There was even a tree at my grandmother’s house so we were treated to the fruit on our rare visits there during my childhood. The tree is no longer there now but when I come across jackfruit, it takes me back to my grandmother’s home. Due to the sugar-free eating that my parents follow at home, we no longer buy the ripe fruit. However, on rare occasions, my mother buys the unripe fruit to cook polos. Recently, she made a tasty stir-fry and some fritters so I am sharing the jackfruit stir-fry recipe today.
Recipe source: Raji Thillainathan.
Bhindi/Okra/Ladies finger and Methi/Fenugreek masala
Posted by Chitra Jagadish
This is a simple stir fry with an extremely flavorful and easy way to get your goodness of bhindi and greens to fix, ginger and garlic brings a bit of zest to round off each bite with some aromatic indian spices.
Health benefits of Okra/Bhindi:
Okra, also known as “lady’s finger” or “bamia” is one of the popular nutritious vegetables of North-East African origin.
The health benefits of okra include its ability to lower total cholesterol levels, improve digestive health, improve vision, boost skin health, protect infant health, prevent certain cancers, strengthen bones, improve cardiovascular health, aid the immune system, lower blood pressure, and protect heart health. click here Okra/Bhindi: