Salads drizzled with delicious dressing make you feel good for some time but an hour or two later your stomach tends to forget you’ve eaten anything at all. And so, you eat again. Unless of course, you were wise enough to eat a grain salad.
Garlic shoots also called garlic Scapes are a gourmet delight and one of those rare delicacies that are in season only for a few weeks. They are milder than garlic cloves but when cooked, the Scapes become sweeter with a subtle garlic undertone with a texture similar to that of asparagus or string beans. They’re delicious; crunchy, sweet without being too garlicky.
If you like potato chips, you’ll love Lotus Root Chips! These are the be-all, end-all of exotic vegetables. They are crispy, crunchy, and sweet and it is impossible to stop eating after just one. Lotus root chips when served with zesty & spicy seasoning or a tangy yogurt dip are sure to impress your guests at any party.
A hearty vegetable salad chock-full of corn, cherry tomatoes, Lima beans, bacon and other goodies. A delicious way to eat your fill of veggies. Because of the relatively inexpensive and more readily available ingredients, this simple mixed vegetable dish became popular during the Great Depression in the United States. A Southern staple, this medley of corn with lima beans and other vegetables makes an incredibly satisfying side dish.
This is my mom’s recipe and my all-time favorite sabzi. This ordinary looking vegetable is cooked with very basic ingredients retaining its natural sweet taste and keeping it healthy at the same time. This is a lovely side dish to Indian meals. It can be served on its own with chapati or as a side to any daal (lentil soup).