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Vegetarian Recipes

Chilli Bean Soup
Chilli Bean Soup

A spicy, warming soup thats great for everyone to enjoy and simple to make.Great for cold weather lunches.

Cashew Rice
Cashew Rice

Rice is a staple of many diets across the world. It's endlessly flexible and variable; it can be a dessert, a side dish, a main dish. As good as plain white rice can be, we love to dress up our rice just a little. All it takes is a pinch of this and that... This slightly sweet and nutty rice has the golden flavor of saffron that spreads throughout the dish as the rice cooks. It also has tender little peas and cashews that have been softened in cooking. This mix of colors and flavors is warming and refreshing. We serve it with good lamb curry or eat it on its own with a little yogurt

Karuvepalli (Curry Leaves) Kozambhu
Karuvepalli (Curry Leaves) Kozambhu

Curry leaves is very essential ingredient in Indian cooking. It gives nice aroma as well as good taste to most of the food varieties. It contains lot of iron and is very good for our health. If we use it for garnishing or seasoning, we won’t eat it. But if we use it as main ingredient, we are sure to intake this healthy ingredient. We can prepare curry leaves powder for rice, idly and dosas. You can also make curry leaves thuvayal, kuzhambu etc. Karuvepillain kuzhambu is a type of pathiya kuzhambu. After delivery, this kuzhambu with reduced spice level is good for ladies. Now we are going to learn how to make karuvepillai kuzhambu.

Green Tea Sorbet
Green Tea Sorbet

It's a simple cool dessert, which is delicious in summer. Top with vanilla ice cream or anko (boiled azuki beans) if you would like.

Badam Phirni
Badam Phirni

Badam Phirni is a very popular dish from the North India and people who love eating Kheer or Payasam will surely like this dessert. This dish is quite easy and simple to make and is an ideal dessert during festivals, feasts, occasions or religious rituals at home.

Milk Payasam
Milk Payasam

Milk Payasam is a classic dessert made with rice, milk and sugar. It is prepared on special occasions and festivals. It is rich, creamy and tastes heavenly. The good thing is this payasam is so simple to prepare. Even beginners can try this fool proof recipe with confidence. Today we will learn how to prepare Pal Payasam following our easy recipe with step wise pictures.This is Pongal Special from Padhuskitchen for you all.

Keerai Masiyal
Keerai Masiyal

Keerai Masiyal

Coconut Laddoo
Coconut Laddoo

Coconut Laddus can be made by using either mawa or condensed milk. But Laddus prepared from mawa are tastier, rather then prepared with condensed milk. Coconut Laddu can be made with both raw coconut or dried coconut. In case you are using raw coconut then grate it and roast it in 1 table spoon ghee. And if you are using dried coconut then you don't need to roast it.

Chow Chow Koottu
Chow Chow Koottu

Chow Chow Kootu is made from a white squash called chow chow. It is combined with moong lentils, ground coconut, cumin, yogurt and curry leaves to form its delicious gravy base. The taste is fantastic and goes well with hot phulka's or just with steamed rice. So enjoy cooking this delicate preparation of a chow chow kotu, which is simple and delicious and makes a one dish healthy meal. Alternate vegetables that can be used are cayote squash, bottle gourd, white pumpkin.

Brinjal Kotsu
Brinjal Kotsu

Brinjal will give you many health and nutrition benefits. The vegetable is high in water content and is a very good resource of potassium. It is one of the most easily available and affordable vegetables. Brinjal gosthu goes well with idlis, dosas, pongal, upma, and even plain rice.

Semolina Kakara
Semolina Kakara

Semolina Kakara

Begun Bhaja
Begun Bhaja

Begun Bhaja are pan fried or shallow fried marinated slices of Aubergines. This is a Bengali dish and there are a lot of variations to this recipe. To make the Baingan Bhaja you need the large variety of eggplant similar to the one which we use for Baingan Bharta. The larger varieties have less seeds and more flesh.

Koat Pitha (Banana pitha)
Koat Pitha (Banana pitha)

Koat Pitha, also known as Banana Pitha, is a delicious Assam recipe. It is prepared with banana, rice and jaggery. It is very yummy to eat. The ingredients to serve for four are mentioned below. Arrange them and cook according to the cooking instructions given.

 Sesame Stuffed Rice Cakes
Sesame Stuffed Rice Cakes

Sesame Stuffed Rice Cakes may be any kind of food item made from rice that has been shaped, condensed, or otherwise combined into a single object. A wide variety of rice cakes exist in many different cultures in which rice is eaten, and are particularly prevalent in Asia. Common variations include cakes made with rice flour, those made from ground rice, and those made from whole grains of rice compressed together or combined with some other binding substance.

Pumpkin Oambal
Pumpkin Oambal

These delicious Pumpkin-Oatmeal Raisin Cookies are an excellent choice for school snacks, bake sales or desserts for family and friends.