Fresh & crunchy raw vegan nori rolls with cauliflower cous cous and a nutty, sweet & spicy sauce. They are SO good!
a take on the strawberry short cake – VEGAN
Ridge Gourd & Split Yellow Gram Dal
kashmiri biryani – a no onion no garlic veg biryani from the kashmiri pandit cuisine.
Mango Avocado Salsa with Flame Grilled Corn. Perfect for a Summer Barbecue!
Red kidney beans, corn and gooey mozzarella quesadilla. Filling Finger food.
Garlic Cooked Kale for people who (think that they) hate cooked kale
Comforting and healthy combination of Rice and Legume (Vaal dal) — one pot dish that’s perfect for any time of the day.
Curried Vegetable Stew with Quinoa {vegan and gluten free} + a chance to win Cooking With Quinoa for Dummies!
Kohlrabi, Radish, and Golden Beet Slaw with a lemony dressing with mustard, nigella, celery, fennel and caraway seeds.
Vegetarian Chili. It is Vegan too. So full of flavor and spice you would never miss the meat!
Pan-fried Tofu with Cumin
Simple potato fry with ginger. Perfect with rice or rotis (vegan).
Fresh, raw cauliflower cous cous cucumber rolls. They’re crunchy, zesty and slightly sweet. Also a bit addictive.
One pot dish packed with Veggie goodness and Maharashtrian Spices–Filling & Delicious.
Sloppy Joes are flavorful and easy and fast to make from scratch.
South Indian Soup (rasam) with pineapples, tomatoes and lentils. Perfect with rice.
Very Traditional Gujarati dish with yogurt & moong dal dumplings — a hearty, comforting side dish.
Curried Quinoa with Spinach and Avocado. Perfect for a Healthy Lunch! (Vegan)
Samosa-stuffed twice-baked potatoes — a healthier take on the deep fried Indian treat.
Harissa Crusted Tofu and Broccoli – Vegan
The perfect veggie burger with patties made with sweet potato and eggplant
Simple Blueberry Cobbler – vegan, low-fat and sugar-free.
This carrot chutney tastes great with flat breads, as a dip or in a sandwich.
Shredded Marinated Tofu with Sauce
Mushroom Biriyani
Cauliflower cooked with Indian spices
Buttery Sauteed Mushrooms with Spruce Tips and Chives – you might have the savory seasoning for this dish growing in your yard or nearby park!