CAULIFLOWER WINGS |VEGAN BUFFALO CHICKEN TENDERS

Buffalo cauliflower wings
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Cauliflower wings, a dish that looks and tastes exactly like the Buffalo wild wings or hot Chicken wings. These cauliflower wings even have crispy skin like with chicken and can make an amazing appetizer for your parties or just something to munch on, while you catch up on some television with your family. I always knew that the world is made up of two kinds of people. Those who like books and those who like the movies that were made based on the books. Those, who play board games over the weekend and those, who go clubbing. And so on… Continue reading

ORANGE CAULIFLOWER–A VEGETARIAN’S ORANGE CHICKEN

Orange Cauliflower
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This recipe for Orange Cauliflower is a vegetarian’s solution to the apparently amazing Orange chicken that is available at Panda Express. A sweet and sour (tending towards sweet) sauce flavored with freshly squeezed orange juice… new realms of joy! Blogging has been a roller-coaster ride for me. I know I know. Life itself is a roller-coster ride and the one who meets ups and downs with the same gusto emerges the winner. Blah blah blah! The meeting with same gusto thing is much easier said than done especially for someone like me who explodes with emotions at the drop of… Continue reading

GRILLED BROCCOLI-CAULIFLOWER KEBABS

Grilled Broccoli Kebabs
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Grilled Broccoli? Yum! Grilled Cauliflower? Delicaso! Tandoori masala? Oh yes! My dinner yesterday was a triple treat with the three coming together with a spicy cabbage  salad & homemade whole wheat tortillas (Phulkas). And, it was all super healthy, just about 200 calories per serving. Oh, did I mention that it was Deee-lectable? Because, it was indeed. So…. I am trying to eat healthy. Not for any particular reason, just for general well-being. Being the foodie that I am and with food blogging added, it is almost impossible for me to go on a crash diet or skip any meal in… Continue reading

ALOO GOBHI | OVEN-MADE, MEDITERRANEAN STYLE

Aloo Gobhi
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Aloo gobhi is a go to recipe for many Indian families considering it is simple to make and no head-scratcher. Just when you do not know what your dinner menu will be, this evergreen-cauliflower potato recipe comes to your rescue. Nachiket and I did some major restaurant hopping over the past couple of days. Tied down at home due to his work, experimenting with cuisines, a shopping spree, and movies came to our rescue making the long weekend pretty entertaining. One of the restaurants we’d been to was a Mediterranean restaurant. My God! The food was delectable! So, they had… Continue reading

BAKED CAULIFLOWER IN A CHEESY SPINACH SAUCE

Baked Cauliflower
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Baked Cauliflower was what I made to spruce up my lunch over the weekend. This weekend I was in a kind of I don’t-want-to-cook mood but the silly tummy does not get moods. It keeps rumbling and rumbling until you get that lazy ass off the couch and shove something into your mouth! It’s too late to pick up the phone and place an order too 🙁 Never mind, we have the safe fallback that every Indian resorts to – Dal Chawal of course! Although it is the most comforting food ever, I have this incessant need to eat some veggies… Continue reading

MAZEDAR GOBHI | TANGY CAULIFLOWER STIR FRY

Gobhi
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Mazedaar gobhi, in my opinion, is by far the easiest cauliflower (gobhi) side dish to prepare. A friend of mine shared this recipe with me about a couple of years ago. I loved it the very first time I made it and have repeated it several times since. Each time I make it, I make some change to it. Don’t get me wrong; it was great tasting in the first place (If not for that, I would not have repeated it so many times). It is just that I am a believer in customizing and personalizing. I do that with… Continue reading