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The Kochi-based home cook, who calls herself “just an enthusiastic mother”, sneaks vegetables into her daughter’s diet in ways like this. She says the burger was inspired by artist Manjri Varde’s recipe that she chanced upon on Instagram.,agen sbobet88

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If jackfruit can pretend to be mutton, raw plantains could easily become fish, says IT professional and YouTuber Shahana PA. Based in Thiruvananthapuram, Shahana says considering the Malayali’s fondness for fish, faux fish curries are common. “Raw plantains, tomatoes, ivy gourd and even drum sticks are used instead of fish. The gravy will contain everything that a fish curry would, including all the unique regional nuances.”,free roulette no deposit required

Shahana cooks it in an earthen pot, the same way she makes traditional fish curries; only she uses ivy gourd instead. “The gourd is chopped and fried before it is added to the curry to give it the crunch. I am not sure if vegetarians would feel the need to eat this, but those looking to transition to the green side will enjoy it,” she adds.,csgo p2p

In North Bihar, pumpkin is sometimes reimagined as fish. “It is sliced into rectangular pieces, like fish fillets, and deep fried,” says Ritu Sharma from Patna. She goes on to elaborate on the recipe: “Yellow mustard, garlic and dry red chillies are ground into a thick paste. Onions and ginger are sauteed in mustard oil, adding coriander powder and turmeric, to which the masala paste is added. Once the gravy thickens, the pumpkin slices are slipped in and simmered for five to ten minutes.”,tennis hat

Yam burger
  • Ingredients
  • Yam (peeled and diced) - 200 gm
  • Potato (peeled and diced) - 200 gm
  • Onion (finely chopped) - 1
  • Ginger (ground) - 2 tbsp
  • Green chilli paste - 1 tbsp
  • Cumin seeds - roasted and powdered - 1 tsp (this can be replaced with powdered fennel as well as it gives a more meaty flavour)
  • Coriander (chopped) - 1 cup
  • Salt to taste
  • Sugar to taste (if needed)
  • Method
  • Apply salt on peeled and diced yam and potatoes and pressure cook them until soft. Mash it once cooked and add chopped onion, ground ginger, green chilli paste, cumin powder, coriander, salt and sugar (if needed) to taste (Aiswarya Sujit used pink salt). (The onions along with coriander and masalas can be sautéed too, to get rid of the rawness of the onions.) The mixture is shaped into patties and shallow-fried. Toast burger buns in butter and place lettuce leaves and fried patties. Garnish with onion rings and tomatoes.

Faux fish curry even finds itself in legend. Known as Rama Rucha (Loved By Rama), a curry made with chickpeas is said to be a favourite of Lord Rama. Having tasted it when he visited Mithila after his marriage to Princess Sita, the curry is believed to have revived Rama’s appetite, adds Ritu. Here, chickpea flour is made into a dough, then cut into diamond shapes and deep fried. This is then added to a thick gravy of onions, tomatoes, ginger garlic paste and garam masala.,matteo gigante

Soy chunks, mushroom, paneer, tofu and now tempeh (made from fermented soy beans) are popular substitutes for meat. And now the market is also bristling with ready-made plant-based meats, aimed at people who turned vegetarian but are craving the familiarity of the food they grew up eating. However, creatively using easily accessible vegetables is not just cheaper, but often also healthier than packaged alternatives. They also result in dishes that are tasty enough to appeal to everyone, including meat eaters who are trying to add more greens to their diets,cska sofia

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