8 delicious vegetarian dishes you can make this Deepavali
Celebrate Deepavali with eight re-imagined favourites packed with punchy flavours for the new-age vegetarian.
Turnip-like jicama is a crispy, sweet root that lends itself well to salads, salsas and vegetable platters. What’s more, it’s chock-full of protein, lipids, vitamins and minerals!
Couscous isn’t just easy to cook, it also pairs beautifully with soups, salads and even desserts. Enjoy this combination of couscous with a side of sambal and mint chutney.
The words to describe this delightful curry would be: light, luscious, and no less an authentic Indian curry.
You can grill all the ingredients and then skewer them (in which case you do not need to soak the skewers), or skewer them before grilling.
Who says vegetarian dishes have to be boring? This dish is packed with the flavours of the delicious combination of plantain with pineapple curry.
Quinoa, called the “mother grain”, was one of the three staple foods of the Incas, along with corn and potatoes. It marries perfectly with potatoes as croquettes.
A Burmese dessert with Indian influences.
An excellent amalgamation of pumpkin halwa with applesauce to delight the taste buds.