healthfreakfood:

Chickpea flour Roll ups.

healthfreakfood:

Chickpea flour Roll ups.

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melbournevegan:

Vegetable Korma     (click image for recipe)

melbournevegan:

Vegetable Korma     (click image for recipe)

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melbournevegan:

Veggie Kofta     (click image for recipe)

melbournevegan:

Veggie Kofta     (click image for recipe)

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findvegan:

Alu Gobi -Curried Potatoes, Cauliflower and Green Peas

findvegan:

Alu Gobi -Curried Potatoes, Cauliflower and Green Peas

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delectableeats:

Indian Style Vegetable Casserole

delectableeats:

Indian Style Vegetable Casserole

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fantasticedibles:

Rajma Masala (Curried Red Kidney Beans and Cauliflower)
(Vegan, Vegetarian)
Recipe

fantasticedibles:

Rajma Masala (Curried Red Kidney Beans and Cauliflower)

(Vegan, Vegetarian)

Recipe

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the-vegan-crockpot:

Dal Kofta
Preparation time: 80mins
Makes 25 Kofta Balls

1½ cups split red lentils, rinsed
3 cups vegetable broth or water
125g (4½ oz) raw cashew nuts
1 onion, finely minced
1 cup wholegrain breadcrumbs
3 tsp madras curry paste
3 tbs sultanas (raisins) (optional)
Pre-heat the oven to 180°C/356°F
Bring the broth to boil in a good sized saucepan, add the lentils and allow to gently simmer for 25 minutes until lentils are soft and liquid absorbed. Set aside to cool.
Using a food processor or by hand process/grind the cashew nuts, don’t process them too fine, keep a little chunkiness to them.
Combine the cooled lentils with the cashew nuts, minced onion, breadcrumbs and curry paste.
Combine well, the mixture should come together nicely forming a mass, add a little more breadcrumbs if the mixture is too wet or a little peanut oil if the mixture is too dry.
Roll a tablespoon of mixture into a ball, placing a sultana/raisin in the middle of each kofta ball (if using).
Place the rolled kofta balls on lightly greased baking trays (the kofta can be made ahead and refrigerated; this can help to hold them together). Place the kofta balls into the preheated oven and cook for 40 minutes, check after 20 minutes and turn the kofta balls over to allow to cook evenly.
Once lightly golden remove from the oven and set aside. Kofta balls can be served as an appetizer with prepared with a curry sauce as below.

Dal Kofta Curry
Preparation time: 30mins
Serves 4

25 Dal Kofta Balls (prepared as above)
2 tbs peanut oil
1 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp garam masala
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp ground coriander
½ tsp paprika
¼ tsp cayenne pepper
2 garlic cloves, minced
2 tsp fresh minced ginger
1½ cups vegetable stock
1 cup homemade roasted tomato paste (try this recipe) or 1 x 400g (14oz) tin chopped tomatoes
1 lime
200ml coconut milk
fresh coriander
cracked black pepper
to serve
steamed basmati rice
chutney or lime pickle

Heat the peanut oil in a good sized heavy-based frypan or saucepan over a medium heat. Add the mustard seeds and allow to heat in the pan for 30 seconds until they begin to pop. Add the powdered spices and fry over a low heat until they form a paste, add the garlic and ginger and continue to cook for a further minute.
Add the stock and tomato puree and bring to a gentle simmer, allow to cook for 3-4 minutes until reduced slightly. Gently add the roasted kofta balls and allow to cook for a further 3-4 minutes moving the kofta balls around carefully, they may begin to break-up a little but this adds to the texture and thickness of the curry sauce so don’t be too alarmed. Just be careful to cook them gently so they do stay mostly together.
Add the coconut milk a little at a time and continue to gently cook over a low heat. Add a good squeeze or two of lime juice and scatter with fresh torn coriander before serving.
Serve with plenty of steamed basmati rice and or with chutney or lime pickle.

the-vegan-crockpot:

Dal Kofta

Preparation time: 80mins

Makes 25 Kofta Balls

1½ cups split red lentils, rinsed

3 cups vegetable broth or water

125g (4½ oz) raw cashew nuts

1 onion, finely minced

1 cup wholegrain breadcrumbs

3 tsp madras curry paste

3 tbs sultanas (raisins) (optional)

Pre-heat the oven to 180°C/356°F

Bring the broth to boil in a good sized saucepan, add the lentils and allow to gently simmer for 25 minutes until lentils are soft and liquid absorbed. Set aside to cool.

Using a food processor or by hand process/grind the cashew nuts, don’t process them too fine, keep a little chunkiness to them.

Combine the cooled lentils with the cashew nuts, minced onion, breadcrumbs and curry paste.

Combine well, the mixture should come together nicely forming a mass, add a little more breadcrumbs if the mixture is too wet or a little peanut oil if the mixture is too dry.

Roll a tablespoon of mixture into a ball, placing a sultana/raisin in the middle of each kofta ball (if using).

Place the rolled kofta balls on lightly greased baking trays (the kofta can be made ahead and refrigerated; this can help to hold them together). Place the kofta balls into the preheated oven and cook for 40 minutes, check after 20 minutes and turn the kofta balls over to allow to cook evenly.

Once lightly golden remove from the oven and set aside. Kofta balls can be served as an appetizer with prepared with a curry sauce as below.

Dal Kofta Curry

Preparation time: 30mins

Serves 4

25 Dal Kofta Balls (prepared as above)

2 tbs peanut oil

1 tsp mustard seeds

1 tsp garam masala

1 tsp cumin

1 tsp ground coriander

½ tsp paprika

¼ tsp cayenne pepper

2 garlic cloves, minced

2 tsp fresh minced ginger

1½ cups vegetable stock

1 cup homemade roasted tomato paste (try this recipe) or 1 x 400g (14oz) tin chopped tomatoes

1 lime

200ml coconut milk

fresh coriander

cracked black pepper

to serve

steamed basmati rice

chutney or lime pickle

Heat the peanut oil in a good sized heavy-based frypan or saucepan over a medium heat. Add the mustard seeds and allow to heat in the pan for 30 seconds until they begin to pop. Add the powdered spices and fry over a low heat until they form a paste, add the garlic and ginger and continue to cook for a further minute.

Add the stock and tomato puree and bring to a gentle simmer, allow to cook for 3-4 minutes until reduced slightly. Gently add the roasted kofta balls and allow to cook for a further 3-4 minutes moving the kofta balls around carefully, they may begin to break-up a little but this adds to the texture and thickness of the curry sauce so don’t be too alarmed. Just be careful to cook them gently so they do stay mostly together.

Add the coconut milk a little at a time and continue to gently cook over a low heat. Add a good squeeze or two of lime juice and scatter with fresh torn coriander before serving.

Serve with plenty of steamed basmati rice and or with chutney or lime pickle.

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indian-food:

Dal Roti 

indian-food:

Dal Roti 

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skinnyveg:

VEGAN CURRY WITH QUINOA
click here for the recipe



Never thought of serving curry with quinoa, might try that.

skinnyveg:

VEGAN CURRY WITH QUINOA

click here for the recipe

Never thought of serving curry with quinoa, might try that.
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indian-food:

Vegetable Biryani 



Yummmmmmmm.

indian-food:

Vegetable Biryani 

Yummmmmmmm.
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findvegan:

Chana masala stuffed sweet potatoes.




I am going to make this. Looks so good.

findvegan:

Chana masala stuffed sweet potatoes.

I am going to make this. Looks so good.
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