Though I have lived in Haryana for over 15 years now, I do not know much about the local cuisine. I was bemoaning this fact recently and decided to correct this situation. However, my Haryanvi friends warned me that most local cuisine contained milk and/or ghee and that it will be difficult to ‘veganise’ these…
Month: January 2020
Kunukku (Lentil Fritters)
Many of the Indin tea-time snacks are deep-fried. When I adopted a WFPB lifestyle several years ago, evening snacks became a real problem since I use no oil. It took quite a bit of experimentation to come up with tasty recipes that are not deep-fried. My air fryer was a real boon in this context….
Baked Aval (Flattened Rice, Poha)
Flattened rice preparations are very popular across the country, especially for breakfast. There are some fascinating recipes using this ingredient. The state of Maharashtra has developed several of these dishes into a fine art. Flattened rice is a very healthy and light ingredient. I tend to use the red rice which makes it even healthier….
Chana Dal (Split Chickpea Curry)
North India has numerous and very tasty dals (lentil curries). This dal recipe is a very basic one that is prepared in homes across the country. It is easy to prepare and tastes excellent. Packed with proteins, this is a staple in homes whose main cereal is wheat made into Indian flat breads. But I…