Potatoes, onion, cilantro and a special spice mix create the most amazing pakora that you can dip in a homemade tamarind date chutney sauce again and again. These are traditionally fried yet are featured baked today, you could also air-fry. This recipe requires few ingredients, minimal effort and provides a visually appealing and appetizing end result. Colorful and sure to please your taste buds with all of these flavor combos!! Watch how to make it in a new Artistic Vegan Show or see how to make it below.
This week has a fun theme of PB&J with comforting classics and new fun twists. New recipes like my take on Yakisoba, new must-have soup recipes that are easy, nutritious and satistyfing.
Sometimes it can be hard to know what to make, what to eat, how to not get bored, what will I feed myself my family, or my loved ones? Take the question out, just follow along.
Step into the kitchen with me for rich fudgy brownies. These are made with very few ingredients. You can make them quickly and eat them in no time. If you don't have chocolate in the house but want something gooey and fudgy, this recipe has you covered. They're even better the next day, IMHO. With natural plant-based ingredients like almonds and cacao you can't go wrong!
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