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Thursday, February 11, 2016

Veg Recipes for Lent 2016



Dear Readers,

Lent is a solemn religious observance for Christians, a period that lasts approximately 6 weeks between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday. During this period one is urged to give up vices or temptations of any kind. 

Most Christians go on a pure vegetarian (diet that includes no meat, fish or eggs) or a semi vegetarian (diet that includes fish, seafood & eggs).

For the first time ever I have tried to compile a list of almost all vegetarian recipes on my blog that cover a wide range of categories like breakfast, snacks, soups, salads, starters, mains & sides that will help you plan your menu this Lent. 

This compilation pretty much sums up the veg recipes on my blog excluding sweets, desserts and festive foods as Lent is a time of penance and self denial. If I find that I have missed some categories, I will update it soon. If you don't find a particular recipe in the below list that you may have seen before kindly email me at ruchikrandhap@gmail.com and I will include it here.

DOSAS & PANCAKES 
(Pan fried foods made from various ingredients)

(Steamed foods made from rice & millets)
POORIS & PARATHAS 
(Flatbreads made with whole wheat flour (atta) & all purpose flour (maida))




   Mangalore Buns *(Mangalorean)

Jolada Rotti
               



UPMA, SHEERA, POHA & THE LIKE 
(Foods made from Semolina, Beaten Rice/Poha, Vermicelli & Tapioca Pearls/Sabudana)






CUTLETS & SMALL BITES

SOUPS & SALADS


  

 






PANEER, SOYA & MUSHROOMS


PANEER (COTTAGE CHEESE)












RIPE AND RAW FRUIT CURRIES





GRAVY BASED VEGGIES
(LENTILS (DALS), SAAR, SAMBHAR & PLAIN CURRIES)











ALL OTHER VEGETABLES


   Cauliflower Sukhe/Thoran/Stir Fry  *(Mangalorean)



Dry Masala Bhindi ~ Lady's Finger/Okra Sauteed in Basic Spices






1 comment:

I'd love to hear what you have to say about this post!

If you are unable to post a comment, please write to me at ruchikrandhap@gmail.com

Last but not the least, my name is Shireen & not Ruchik :-)

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Veg Recipes for Lent 2016



Dear Readers,

Lent is a solemn religious observance for Christians, a period that lasts approximately 6 weeks between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday. During this period one is urged to give up vices or temptations of any kind. 

Most Christians go on a pure vegetarian (diet that includes no meat, fish or eggs) or a semi vegetarian (diet that includes fish, seafood & eggs).

For the first time ever I have tried to compile a list of almost all vegetarian recipes on my blog that cover a wide range of categories like breakfast, snacks, soups, salads, starters, mains & sides that will help you plan your menu this Lent. 

This compilation pretty much sums up the veg recipes on my blog excluding sweets, desserts and festive foods as Lent is a time of penance and self denial. If I find that I have missed some categories, I will update it soon. If you don't find a particular recipe in the below list that you may have seen before kindly email me at ruchikrandhap@gmail.com and I will include it here.

DOSAS & PANCAKES 
(Pan fried foods made from various ingredients)

(Steamed foods made from rice & millets)
POORIS & PARATHAS 
(Flatbreads made with whole wheat flour (atta) & all purpose flour (maida))




   Mangalore Buns *(Mangalorean)

Jolada Rotti
               



UPMA, SHEERA, POHA & THE LIKE 
(Foods made from Semolina, Beaten Rice/Poha, Vermicelli & Tapioca Pearls/Sabudana)






CUTLETS & SMALL BITES

SOUPS & SALADS


  

 






PANEER, SOYA & MUSHROOMS


PANEER (COTTAGE CHEESE)












RIPE AND RAW FRUIT CURRIES





GRAVY BASED VEGGIES
(LENTILS (DALS), SAAR, SAMBHAR & PLAIN CURRIES)











ALL OTHER VEGETABLES


   Cauliflower Sukhe/Thoran/Stir Fry  *(Mangalorean)



Dry Masala Bhindi ~ Lady's Finger/Okra Sauteed in Basic Spices






1 comment:

I'd love to hear what you have to say about this post!

If you are unable to post a comment, please write to me at ruchikrandhap@gmail.com

Last but not the least, my name is Shireen & not Ruchik :-)