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Vegetarian Recipes

Garlic Fried Rice
Garlic Fried Rice

Garlic Fried Rice the simplest dishes are the most satisfying. This is certainly true in the case of sinangag, a garlicky Filipino-style fried rice. Making this comfort food requires just a handful of ingredients – leftover rice, oil, garlic – and if you add an egg, it can even be a meal in itself.

Refried Beans
Refried Beans

Refried beans is a dish of cooked and mashed beans and is a traditional staple of Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine, although each cuisine has a different approach when making the dish. Refried beans are also popular in many other Latin countries.

Paneer Enchiladas
Paneer Enchiladas

This extremely popular mexican delicacy leaves a lot of room for your imagination – you can feel free to experiment with any stuffing of your choice. Plus, it is also a quick-fix since the tortillas can be made in advance and stored in a deep freezer, to use whenever required. This healthy dish is a meal by itself as it has whole wheat flour, vegetables, tofu, etc.

Salsa Fresca
Salsa Fresca

Salsa Fresca is the Spanish term for sauce, and in English-speaking countries usually refers to the often tomato-based, hot sauces typical of Mexican cuisine, particularly those used as dips. There are many types of salsa which usually vary throughout Latin America.

Chilli Paneer
Chilli Paneer

Chilli Paneer is made from soft cheese. It is a very popular appetizer in Indian Restaurants. Chilli Paneer is a spicy-yummy dish made out of soft cheese that is fried with Indian spices along with soya sauce and vinegar.

Szechwan Sauce
Szechwan Sauce

Sichuan is colloquially known as the "heavenly country" due to its abundance of food and natural resources. One ancient Chinese account declared that the "people of Sichuan uphold good flavour, and they are fond of hot and spicy taste.Most Szechuan dishes are spicy, although a typical meal includes non-spicy dishes to cool the palate. According to at least one Chinese culinary writer Szechuan cuisine is composed of seven basic flavours: sour, pungent, hot, sweet, bitter, aromatic, and salty. Szechuan food is divided into five different types: sumptuous banquet, ordinary banquet, popularised food, household-style food, and food snacks. Szechuan cuisine has changed little over the years, and milder versions of Sichuan dishes remain a staple of American Chinese cuisine

Mexican Rice
Mexican Rice

Mexican Rice

Palak Methi Na Muthiya
Palak Methi Na Muthiya

Palak Methina Na Muthia this is the very common Gujarati dish. One can find these in any kitchen from North Gujarat to South Gujarat. There are many versions as well, usually made from Cabbage, Bottle Guard, Lilva, Moong, and fresh pegion peas etc. Flavor of spinach and methi together is simply great, and cilantro adds to taste. This can be served as snack or appetizer.

Moong Dal Chilla
Moong Dal Chilla

Moong Dal Chillas, popularly called poodlas, are protein packed crepes that are seasoned with green chillies, thinly sliced onions and coriander leaves along with choice of vegetables make a wholesome breakfast or a light dinner. At home, I use a variety of vegetables like fenugreek leaves or finely chopped cabbage or even make a roll with some stir-fried vegetables giving it a new twist.

Tomato Spread With Paneer
Tomato Spread With Paneer

Tomato Spread With Paneer is not just popular. It?s become ubiquitous and no ?? party?? meal seems completes without it. Particularly when a meat - eating household entertaining vegetarians.

Stuffed Mushrooms
Stuffed Mushrooms

Stuffed mushrooms make a fabulous snack for any party or gathering. You can stuff them with meat, cheese, or an herbed bread crumb mixture, or use a seafood mixture. Here are several recipes for stuffed mushrooms, suitable for any party or special occasion.

Khaman Dhokla
Khaman Dhokla

Khaman Dhokla is a vegetarian food item that originates from the Indian state of Gujarat. It is made with a fermented batter of gram flour (chickpeas). Dhokla can be eaten for breakfast, as a main course, as a side dish or as a snack. It can usually be bought from a sweet shop.

Tuvar Dal
Tuvar Dal

Tuvar Dal or arhar dal is a split pigeon pea with subtle nutty flavor. It is one of the yellow dal. Toor dal is an ancient crop, believed to be cultivated for food since last 3000 years. Toor dal looks similar to chana dal and can be substituted with or for chana dal. In Indian grocery store, you can get toor dal with oil coating to increase its shelf life or one without oil coating. Tuvar Dal is also used to make a poula Andhra dish Kandi Podi, which is ground toor dal with with chana dal or mung dal along with spices such as dried red chili, hing, cumin, curry leaves, salt.Toor dal is also commonly known as rahar, toovar, togari, tuvaram paruppu, etc in local languages around Indian subcontinent. Also spelled, Tur dal.

Stuffed Bread Mushroom Bakes
Stuffed Bread Mushroom Bakes

This is a soft, stuffed bread of melted Italian Provolone cheese, sautéed Portobello mushroom with a hint of white wine and fresh garlic. Serve with a side of warm marinara or your own homemade tomato sauce, as an added treat!

Chakri Spicy Crunchy Spirals
Chakri Spicy Crunchy Spirals

Chakli's as some people call them are crispy a spiral shaped Gujarati snack usually made from Rice flour (although I have seen recipes with wheat flour too -I have always used rice flour). I usually make them as a snack during school holidays and make them specially for Diwali.