Cabbage and Beans Thoran (Sabzi)

A flavorful and healthy yet mildly spiced south Indian sabzi with origins in Kerala. This curry is made with fresh cabbage, green beans, and grated coconut, with added condiments and spices. The style of preparation keeps the nutritional value of vegetables intact without overcooking. This dish can be prepared in under 30 minutes.

Veg Chapli Kebab

Veg Chapli Kebab (also called Kabob) is a vegetarian adaptation of the traditional street food from the Pashtun cuisine (Afghan & Peshawari) which is made with meat. The key ingredients in this recipe are cauliflower, potatoes, and a combination of pea protein, wheat flour, and corn starch, to bring a texture that is very similar to meat-based Kebab. A unique fusion of flavors from Afghan and Indian cuisines.

Mango Panna Cotta (Vegan)

Mango Panna cotta is a creamy dessert with Italian origins that is made with fresh mangoes. A perfect dessert for the mango season! The fragrance of mangoes, the richness of the cream and milk, and a touch of cardamom powder with a topping of roasted pistachios make this dessert very unique but appealing to all ages.

Paella for Vegetarians

Paella is a traditional Spanish dish that originated in the Valencia region. The dish is prepared with short-grain rice boiled with saffron, herbs, spices, beans, and vegetables in an open pan. The mildly flavored rice dish is very colourful and tasty with a crunchy bottom layer known as Socarrat.

Vegan Chorizo Salad Bowl

A healthy variation of the popular meat-based Chorizo dish suitable for vegans. “Vegan chorizo salad bowl” recipe is inspired by the Chipotle restaurant menu item. My recipe for vegan chorizo includes tofu, pea protein, crushed garlic, Chipotle chiles, smoked paprika, ripe tomato paste, allspice powder, and Mexican seasoning mix. To make the salad bowl, I have used lettuce, spiced black beans and pico de Gallo.  Easy to cook with minimal steps, this dish can be prepared in 30 minutes.