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Vegetable Manchurian

Flavour bomb incoming! For the ultimate Vegetable Manchurian, I toss crispy vegetable dumplings in a hot and garlicky Indo-Chinese sauce. It’s fiery, loaded with flavour and gives your favourite Asian restaurant a run for its’ money. What is Vegetable Manchurian? Manchurian is a dish made up of vegetables or protein. The core ingredient is coated …

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Sabudana Vada (Tapioca Pearl Fritters)

Sabudana Vada are treasured potato and tapioca pearl fritters from Maharashtra, India. The crispy, golden vadas are a popular choice for fasting (upvas/vrat) but can be enjoyed at any time. They’re vegan, free from onions and garlic and can be suitable for a gluten-free diet. Serve them alongside your favourite chutney and masala chai. Tapioca …

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Vegan Daal Makhani

Daal Makhani isn’t typical Indian home cooking. It’s slow and unmistakably rich. It’s unadulterated restaurant-style comfort food. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t make an excellent version of Vegan Daal Makhani at home. You absolutely can and should. You can also replace the dairy with plant-based ingredients with very little impact on flavour and texture. …

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Soft Gujarati Thepla

Soft Gujarati Thepla are a staple any-time-of-the-day flatbread in Indian homes. Fresh fenugreek leaves give them their signature bitter caramel flavour. Paired with a handful of ground spices like turmeric and chilli powder takes them from everyday roti to a masala-rich paradise. I have the best memories of waking up to the smell of Theplas …

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