Tex-Mex Salad with Cilantro Dressing by Sonal of SimplyVegetarian777

It is my pleasure today to host Sonal of SimplyVegetarian777. Ever since I started blogging, I have followed Sonal’s work and love her collection of vegetarian and healthy recipes. Over the past year, I have noticed that Sonal repertoire has expanded and her palate has become even more sophisticated. However, Sonal’s

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West African Peanut Stew

It is indeed true that we eat with our eyes first; at least, it is in my case. The moment I saw the photo for this West African Peanut Stew on COOKIE + kate, I knew this was a stew I wanted to try as soon as I got time. I researched

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Patishapta: A Bengali Dessert for Poush Parbon

There are some people with whom there is an instant connect. Vidya of Traditionally Modern Food is one such person for me. I have come to love Vidya’s style of recipes; simple, healthy and traditional. Her no-fuss cooking style suits my working woman lifestyle while her focus on keeping food healthy helps

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Tomato Omelette | Vegetarian Omlet

Tomato Omelette | Vegetarian Omelet: A Maharashtrian Favourite

One thing about vegetarians in India is that we think up of a vegetarian alternative for every non-vegetarian dish. The Tomato Omelette (also known as Vegetarian Omelet because of its “looks”) is Maharashtra’s answer to the traditional egg omelette. You will find it on many a menu and is traditionally served

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Phool Gobi ke Paranthe | Cauliflower Paratha

Cauliflower is a vegetable that I am at a loss to cook with. I mostly use it in Pulao and Biryani or then in a dry curry such as Phool Gobi Aur Matar ki Bhaji (Cauliflower and Peas Curry). Recently, I learnt to make this Phool Gobi Ke Paranthe (Cauliflower Paratha) from the lady who

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Salsa Verde with Green Tomatoes

One the best parts about blogging is all the virtual food exploration I do and the fellow travellers that I meet. One the blogs that I follow religiously is el chino latino cocina, which primarily features Mexican recipes. I find that Indian cuisine shares many common ingredients and cooking techniques

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