Healthy Vegetarian Cooking Class


Two Recipes! A  Healthy Vegetarian Cooking Class with a  World Class Vegetarian Chef .  Spiced Pumpkin Soup and Red Rice Pilau. Easy vegetarian cooking. Making 2 dishes with the simple vegetarian cooking. Recipe and ingredient list is below .

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Kerala Spiced Pumpkin Soup

1/4       Pumpkin
1          Stick of Celery
3/4       Cup of Coconut
1          Bunch of Coriander
1          Carrot
2          Tomatoes
2          Lemons
1-1/2   Teaspoon Cumin Seed
1          Teaspoon of Coriander Seed
1          Teaspoon Mustard Seed
1          Pinch of Asfodia Powder
2          Sprigs of Curry Leaves
1-1/2   Teaspoon of Grated Fresh Ginger

Rams Red Rice Pilau

1    Cup of Red Rice
1    Cup of Cauliflower
1    Handful of Beans
1/4     Red Pepper (Optional)
1    Carrot
1    Cup of Broccoli
2    Sprigs of Curry Leaves
1     Teaspoon Mustard Seeds
1    Pinch of Asfodia Powder
1    Teaspoon Cumin Seed
1/2    Teaspoon Garam Masala
1/2    Teaspoon Tumeric

Lemon Juice and Coriander to garnish.

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10 Responses to Healthy Vegetarian Cooking Class

  1. Greetings from Toronto.
    What a nice dinner! It looks great. I’m going to cook it up. Thank you for your clear directions.

  2. it is so great but how we can do fast food without microwave?
    are the pressure pan is more effecient?
    Thanks

  3. I think more of us would be vegetarians with know how like this. Thank you!

  4. I’m a yogini from India (originally from Iran )but living in India for 4 years, the Indian vegetarian foods are awesome, thanks for sharing one of them so clearly and nicely here !

  5. Nice recipe, but what is asfodia powder?

  6. so beutiful and so easy!
    Thanks!

  7. Asafoetida powder, also known as Hing, is a crucial ingredient in Indian vegetarian cooking.

  8. Fantastic recipes. I absolutely loved the soup (used an american pumpkin as well, delicious!). Namaste, Ram!

  9. al,all your stuff is wonderful.from cooking to yoga.
    thank you
    ann good

  10. Hi, it’s easier to say “Hing” but you’ll find it in the Indian groceries and elsewhere as asafetida–it’s pronounced ass uh FET id uh. Easier to say than to spell.

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