Mixed Vegetables Couscous Khichdi

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Wheat Cous Cous Bath: Ingredients: Wheat Cous cous – 1 cup Mixed vegetables – 2 cups (carrots, beans, peas, corn kernels) Green chilies 3-6 sliced Garlic 6 cloves chopped Purple onion 1 large chopped Salt Mustard seeds 1 spoon Cumin seeds 1/2 spoon Olive oil 1/4 cup. Method: Heat oil in a wide vessel. Add [...]

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Arroz con Pollo / Chipotle Mexican Rice – Lemony Touch!

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Mexican Rice: I love this new Mexican fast food joint in the town – Chipotle. Where we have wide variety of choice…that is vegetables as toppings for rice! Now, you imagine the excitement…finally at least once in a while, I could stop for decent lunch at fast food place…without guilt (damaging the purse or health)! [...]

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Mixed Veggie Tomato Soup – Hearty Concoction:)

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Mixed Vegetables in Tomato Based Soup: Most of my posts of last year’s was all about ‘slow-cooking meals’ and ‘rich desserts’! I was cooking, cooking and cooking…all non-stop meals with extra care! What I liked about it…is yet another question! One fine day, I realized that I’ve been spending awful lot of time in cooking [...]

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Vegetable Kothu Parotta – Multiple Choice Food!

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Vegetarian Kothu Barotta: Well, am not here to complain, but you see…If given choice, many want This, That and the Other. Oh yeah, I agree we all love some choices, (take a stroll to the nearby Super store, am positive that you will be bewildered by the numerous options at every section)!Anyhow…when it comes to [...]

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Broccoli Rice – Sometimes, I Need A Change

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Broccoli-Baby Carrot Rice: Life is flying fast in a flash second. I am wondering why is that, each year goes faster than the last. All my days here are like in that movie, Groundhog day. Its so monotonous. I can’t say which incident happened when…nothing sensational is happening around me…and am kind of running out [...]

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Mung Beans Noodles – Tastefully Herbivoracious:)

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Mung Bean Noodles:(Thai Style) Ingredients: Mung bean noodles 1 small bundleSoy sauceGinger 2″ gratedGarlic 3 clove mincedRed chili flakes – as per tastePepper powder – maybeThai red chili 2 slicedMixed vegetables of your choiceHoney 1/4 spoonGrated toasted peanuts few to garnishPeanut oil few spoons. Method: Cook noodles briefly in warm water, as per the directions(in [...]

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Vegetable Fahita – Coloring My Life:)

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Vegetable Fajita:(Mexican Style) Several times in my School-College-University life…I somehow always ended up having vegetarian room mates:( But kept managing my identity through food, hehe:) No, I never yielded to ‘Veganism’ or ‘Satvik’ preachings…and what is peer-pressure, anyway! There were days, when my hostel mess bill used to be ‘Nil’ for several months! And I [...]

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Coconut Milk Infused Vegetable Biriyani – Eat Till Your Heart’s Content:)

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Thengai Paal Sertha Kaikari Biriyani: Ingredients: Short Grain Rice 2 cupsMixed vegetables 1 bowl fullCoconut milk(thin) 2 cupsGreen chilies 6 slittedOnions 1 slicedTomatoes 2 choppedSaltChili powderMint leaves 1 fistfulCilantro few leavesGhee 1 cup. Spices: Cloves 3Cinnamon 2 sticksCardamom 6 crushedBay leaves 3 crumbledStar anise 2Black cardamom 1Rose petal few(dried)Birinji flower 1Saffron few strands – tapped [...]

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Hakka Noodles – Totally Vegetarian:)

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Hakka Noodles: Hakka noodles is named after a community in China, who are in large numbers migrated to India, China towns. Unlike Choy Mein, Hakka noodles is popular among Indians for many reasons…it is usually light tossed, uses only flat-soft noodles and said ‘Vegetarian Version’ tastes even better!? Anyway…that verdict is spilled by our Vegetarian [...]

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Chinese Paratha / Indo-Chinese Paratha – Fusion Cooking

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Indian-Chinese Paratha: Chinese Style Stir-Fried Vegetables Stuffed in Indian Flat Bread – How about that? China is a neighbor country to India. Since time immemorial they have been visiting India, through land route. And right from Xuanzang (popularly known as Hsüan-tsang, in India 602 – 664 CE) were traveling to India in search of Buddhist [...]

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