• India,  Recipes,  Vegetarian

    Punjabi Kadhi Pakora

    emointhekitchen Punjabi Kadhi Pakora is a classic and flavorful Indian dish that hails from Punjabi cuisine. It combines a tangy and spiced yoghurt-based curry with crispy and savoury deep-fried fritters called pakoras. This dish is loved and cherished by people all over India and is known for its rich and aromatic flavours. We need: canola oil ghee 1/4 cup non-dairy yoghurt 1/4 Kashmiri chilli powder 4 cups broth 1/2 tsp turmeric powder 2 tsp chickpea (gram) flour 0.5 kg baby spinach 2 onions 5 clove garlic 3 tsp cumin seeds 1 tsp methi seeds 1 Chilli pepper 2 dried red chillies 1/2 tsp ginger powder 1 green chilli 1/2 tsp…

  • China,  Starters and Snacks,  Summer,  Vegetarian

    Vegetable Jelly

    emointhekitchen Vegetable jelly is a unique and tasty treat that is made by combining spinach juice and pea flour. It’s the perfect balance of healthy and delicious! Now, you might be wondering how this amazing creation came about. Well, in China, there is a long history of using vegetables in desserts. They believe in the concept of balance and incorporating wholesome ingredients into their meals and treats. So, vegetable jelly is just another example of their culinary creativity. You will need: pea flour spinach juice soy sauce sesame seeds, chilli sauce, olive oil, garlic Apple cider vinegar salt Procedure: Measure out 100 grams of pea flour. Add 200 grams of…

  • Recipes,  Spring,  Starters and Snacks,  Vegetarian

    Sephardic Spinach Pie

    emointhekitchen Sephardic Jews Sephardic Jews are a group of Jews who have their origins in the Iberian Peninsula. They are also sometimes called Spanish and Portuguese Jews. Sephardic Jews have a long and rich history, and they have made significant contributions to Jewish culture and tradition. Sephardic Jews have a unique way of celebrating holidays and lifecycle events. Their customs are a blend of Jewish, Spanish, and Portuguese traditions. One of the most well-known Sephardic Jewish traditions is the Passover Seder. The Sephardic Passover Seder is often quite different from the Ashkenazi Passover Seder. Sephardic Jews are known for their delicious food. Susan Barocas is an award-winning writer, chef, cooking…