15 Vegetarian Recipes with Pantry Staples

    15 Vegetarian Recipes that you can make with pantry staples!

    These recipes required ingredients which are readily available and can be made without a visit to the grocery store!

    If you have been looking for recipes using pantry staples during these times, then I have got you covered.

    These are vegetarian and vegan recipes which use ingredients like dry beans, rice, quinoa, pasta and canned...

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    Chana Masala

    Easy and simple Chana Masala using raw chickpeas which are soaked overnight and then cooked with onion, tomatoes and spices.

    This popular Indian dish is vegan and gluten-free and pairs well with rice or naan.

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    Chana Masala needs no introduction. It is one of the most popular Indian dishes, whether its in India or in the western...

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    Cauliflower Sweet Potato Salad with Curry Cashew Dressing

    Roasted Cauliflower Sweet Potato Salad with a creamy curry cashew dressing!

    This flavorful salad is packed with so much flavor and will be a great salad for the warm days ahead. It is also vegan and gluten-free.

    Say hello to my favorite salad these days!

    It has all my favorite things- there’s cauliflower, sweet potato, cilantro,...

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    Homemade London Fog Tea Latte

    Homemade London Fog Tea Latte! This famous drink is easier to make at home than you would think.

    No need to go to your coffee shop anymore, make this london fog drink at home!

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    I was first introduced to London Fog Tea Latte last year during our trip to Banff...

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    Instant Pot Achari Aloo

    Instant Pot Achari Aloo – one pot quick curry where potatoes are cooked with Indian pickling spices.

    Best enjoyed with warm rotis.

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    Panch phoran was one of my favorite spices growing up.

    My mom used to make...

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    Roti Recipe- How to make Roti/Chapati

    Learn all the tips and tricks to make soft roti at home.

    This everyday Indian flatbread was a staple growing up, one that I ate every single day.

    Roti is made of whole wheat flour and nothing else really and is eaten in India with dal and curries.

    Roti is an integral part of Indian cuisine, the north Indian cuisine especially.

    I was born and raised in...

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    Malai Kofta

    Malai Kofta needs no introduction. Deep fried balls (koftas) made with potato and paneer are dunked in a creamy spiced velvety smooth curry.

    It’s the ultimate indulgence and pairs beautifully with garlic naan.

    Growing up in India in the 80s and 90s, we hardly ate out.

    And a few times that we did, we always went to Indian restaurants. That time the other cuisines...

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    Instant Pot Vegetarian Singapore Noodles

    Vegetarian Singapore Noodles made in the Instant Pot.

    This dish consists of rice vermicelli seasoned with curry powder and vegetables. Traditionally, eggs and meat are added to it but my version is vegan!

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    Instant Pot is my go to way to cook noodles and pasta for...

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    Thandai Cookies

    Eggless Thandai Cookies- buttery cookies with all the flavors of thandai!

    The cardamom, fennel, peppercorn, rose, saffron gives these cookies a distinct flavor, so good with coffee.

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    Puff Pastry Gujiya Bites

    Here’s a fun take on the traditional gujiya- Puff Pastry Gujiya Bites!

    The same flavors of gujiya in bite size which is easy to make using store bought puff pastry.

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    The only time gujiya was made in my house was...

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    White Chocolate Thandai Mousse

    Easy eggless mousse with flavors of thandai and white chocolate!

    If you are looking for a show stopper of a dessert for your Holi party, give this White Chocolate Thandai Mousse a try!

    Holi is next week and the preparations are in full swing in my kitchen.

    My mom would always prepare so much stuff for holi, and I know I have spoken about it before but it’s just that whenever I start talking...

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    Baked Gur Para

    This is the baked version of Gur Para- a traditionally fried Punjabi sweet snack made with flour and jaggery.

    The dough is flavored with sesame seeds, ghee and a little bit of fennel powder.

    The sooji (semolina) makes these gud para very flaky and crispy.

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