This healthy vegetarian main features Thai flavors in a traditional Chinese dish.
The dough for these cookies can be stored in the freezer for up to a month, so go ahead and double the batch and you’ll be set next time you’re craving something sweet.
Serve this soup over rice for a comforting dinner or pour it into a mug for a warming snack anytime.
You can use classic basil pesto to top this light soup, or add a twist with a different base: rocket, coriander or even mint.
Serve this salad hot or cold, but ensure that it is tossed when the noodles are warm.
Served warm with thick slabs of mustard-caoted tofu, this is the sort of salad that will fill you up.
You can serve these roasted veggies on a bed of broken grains like dalia or couscous. Top with toasted poha rice for crunch.
Enjoy this brilliant Indian comfort food recipe from Preethi Vemu.
The tons of vegetables in the curry and the use of coconut milk makes this both vegan and super healthy.
Grilling tofu to serve with sesame rice is a wonderful combination. Read Preethi Vemu’s recipe below.
The decision to make this was instant and hence this comes with no preparation. Whipped up in a jiffy and gobbled up much faster, this is one heck of dish!
Hummus is a beauty that goes well with almost anything – bread, rotis, or as a dip.
Enjoy this wonderful vegetarian hyderabadi dum biryani recipe from Preethi Vemu.
This pasta is yummy, with a distinct peanut flavor, and the faint heat of the chillies. If you love peanuts, you’ll love this.
Use this sauce as starter for noodles, pastas or as a spread for sandwiches or in some flavored rice. All these options taste awesome.
Pesarattu is very similar to the Dosa (Indian pancakes), the only difference being the ingredients. This one is largely lentil based.
Bread is the star in this Indian dessert.
Purists will say that pesto must contain basil. But with this recipe you’ll get something just as good, if not better.
A wonderful, rich-in-flavor bean curry recipe.