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How to Make Almond Butter

How to Make Almond Butter I’ve recently converted to an almond butter team. What about you? Do you like almond butter? In the past, I rarely bought almond butter because it’s quite expensive here. A jar of 250 gm of almond butter costs about 400-500 rupees depending on the quality. But recently, since I’ve been baking

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Chickpeas Coleslaw

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I love coleslaw. Mmmmm, coleslaw and fried chicken, it’s one of my favorite food combo. But since we have pledged to eat clean, I make my coleslaw a little healthier. Chickpeas are so delicious and healthy. They are high in fiber, it’s a good source of protein and minerals for vegetarians, and they are excellent

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Easy Noodle Soup with Marinated Meat

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Noodle soup is a popular street food in Thailand. There are so many kinds of noodle soup. It can be made with chicken, duck, seafood or any kind of proteins. There are also so many different varieties of noodle used in noodle soup dishes. It can be thick and flat or thin like angle hair

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Thai Sukiyaki with Marinated Meat

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Remember I told you about Thai Sukiyaki before? It’s a comforting soup with vegetable, meat, bean thread noodle and sukiyaki sauce, the pungent chili base sauce with sesame seeds. I showed you the seafood version of this dish before. Today I just made it with marinated meat. You can use any kind of red meat or

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Vegan Dirty Rice

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Awww, I got you my vegetarian friends all excited, didn’t I? Dirty rice is actually a meaty dish packed with pungent flavors chicken giblets and Cajun spice. It can be a comforting snack or wholesome meal. You think it’s not a thing for vegetarians an vegans, but oh yes, it’s very doable and oh so

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Stir Fried Tofu with Bean Sprout and Oyster Mushroom

Stir fried tofu with mushroom and mushroom

One of my favorite vegetarian dishes that can be prepared really quick is stir fried tofu. Tofu is very healthy, it’s a great source of protein, and we can basically whip it up with just anything we would normally do with meat. I love the combination of firm tofu and bean sprout. It’s very subtle and

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Savory Pumpkin Custard

I can feel winter around the corner. When we went for a walk in Pune University in the morning, I could smell wild honeysuckles swirling everywhere. And when it’s just before winter like this time of the years, there are varieties of fresh pumpkins in every part of the markets. I picked a pumpkin from a

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Poached Chicken with Black Bean and Ginger Sauce in 15 Minutes

I used to be a very organized person, but recently I’ve found it hard to balance things in my life. I feel uninspired, and everything seems to pile up about my nose. This blog, for example, was kept aside while I was cooking very little at home. I should be more active and spontaneous. Today, as

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Sweet Corn Mayo Sandwich

It’s very difficult to feed a vegetarian menu to my family these days. If there’s no piece of meat, it doesn’t feel like a meal. Though many great protein sources can be harvested from vegetarian ingredients, we love meat so much that it’s nearly impossible to make anything without meat. A few years ago while traveling

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Warm Tofu Salad

Whether you are or aren’t a fan of tofu, I want you to give this recipe a try. This warm tofu salad (Well, it’s not quite a typical salad, and we usually make it as snack) has a zingy, robust flavor. Plainly, it’s a deep-fried tofu in a bed of lettuce with a tangy, sweet

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