Curry, potatoes, peas, count me in…
This looks really good on a gloomy day like today.
What’s not to like about an easy dinner that comes together in 20 minutes and requires almost no cooking? You’ll start by toasting pitas brushed with oil, which brings out a lot of flavor. Topped with hummus and chickpeas, these pita pizzas are packed with protein. From there it’s just a matter of adding toppings—including melted cheese, of course. In fact, it’s so easy, it’s a perfect dinner to let kids try their hands at. Mint and oregano are the suggested herbs for this recipe, but if you’ve got parsley or cilantro on hand, those will work, too.
This Homemade Hummus Is So Good You’ll Never Buy It From the Store Again. Adding more tahini than you think is only the start of it.
This looks like a really simple, and really good recipe for nan bread, which is my personal favorite.
Hearty yet light, these chickpea patties will fill you up without any unpronounceable ingredients or unhealthy additives.
With holidays coming up, us – vegans get a bit nervous about what to bring onto table. For both healthy and extremely delicious meal idea, I chose this gorgeous looking roasted spicy cauliflower with tons of spice on it. Yumm. Effortless, yet dinner-table-approved appetizer, coming right up!
Chickpeas and tomatoes are simmered with a mixture of garlic, ginger, onion, and traditional Indian spices like cumin, garam masala, coriander, and turmeric.
A piadina is a type of traditional flatbread found in Italy that are stuffed with every conceivable fillings.