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Recipes — Vegan



Tandoori (BBQ) Veggies

In India Tandoori Veggies are served as entrée in North Indian restaurants, its traditionally had with green coriander chutney. You can use any veggies like potatoes, sweet potatoes, cauliflower, capsicum or paneer (cottage cheese) etc. We have used our Punjabi Tandoori Seasoning to give it a delicious flavour.  INGREDIENTS  1 Cup Cauliflower cut in florets  1 Red onion cut in 1 inch pieces or large chunks 1 Red or green capsicum cut in large chunks 1 Cup Mushroom (Button, Flat or Portobello) any kind cut in halves or quarter chunks 2 Cups Yogurt ( Dairy or Vegan )  2 Tbsp Punjabi Tandoori Seasoning   1 Tsp Salt 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice 2 Tbsp Olive Oil METHOD: Mix all the ingredients gently,...

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Creamy Palak (Spinach) Mushroom

Indian cooking is all about seasonal cooking, and in winter when spinach and green leafy vegetables are in abundance they are incorporated a lot in diet. Indians love making variety of dishes with spinach and this is one Quick, Simple Vegan recipe. Serve with roti, rice or just bread.  INGREDIENTS  1 Bunch Spinach roughly chopped, about 2-2.5 cups 1 Tomato, Quartered 1 cup sliced mushroom  1/4 cup Cashews  1 1/2 inch chopped ginger 2 cloves of garlic 1 green chilli (use thai or Indian chilli or half long green chilli) 1 Red onion, chopped finely 1 Tsp Cumin seeds 1 Tsp Masala Turmeric Blend or Just Turmeric 1 Tsp Ground Cumin 1/2 Tsp Kashmiri Chilli Powder  1/2 Tsp Rose Garam...

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Aam Panna (Green Mango Drink)

Aam Panna is a summer drink made and drank primarily in the northern part of India. It's known for its heat resisting properties and is very delicious and easy to make.  INGREDIENTS  2 Green Mangoes (you can use ripe mangoes just remember the drink will be sweeter so cut down on the jaggery) 2 Cups Water 1/2 Cup Jaggery (you can use raw sugar) 2 Tbsp Coconut Sugar  1 Tsp Cumin 1/4 Tsp Black Pepper 1.5 Tsp Black Salt or Himalayan Salt (I used Black Salt) 1/2 Cup Water METHOD 1. Wash mangoes and add 2 cups of water and pressure cook mangoes until boiled, about 1-2 whistles. Alternatively you can cook mangoes by steaming them or boiling directly in...

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Haldi Doodh (Turmeric Milk)

Haldi doodh (Turmeric Milk) as traditionally it's called is delicious drink full of anti-inflammatory, rejuvenating properties. When had every night it induces good night's sleep, helps recover from pains and injuries. The secret to good turmeric milk is not overdoing it, one needs only a small amount of turmeric blend for it to be beneficial to the body, adding heaps of it in your milk diminishes any good effects. Our turmeric blend has pepper in it, which enhances the effects of turmeric and helps in recovering from cold and sore throat too. Here's a simple recipe on how to make it correctly - INGREDIENTS  1/4 tsp Masala Turmeric Blend (or just turmeric) 1/2 tsp Honey/Maple Syrup/Raw Sugar/Jaggery 1 cup milk...

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