Rainbow Vegan Taco Lettuce Wraps | Summer Lunch

Summer eating is a totally different ballgame in India: keeping hydrated, staying light but still ensuring that you are well-nourished is a careful balance to strike. I’ve been responding to the heat by focusing on eating fresh, in season vegetables as you may have read in my previous post featuring a recipe for whole wheat spaghetti with pesto and green beans. These rainbow vegan taco lettuce … Continue reading Rainbow Vegan Taco Lettuce Wraps | Summer Lunch

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Spaghetti with Pesto and Green Beans | A Classic Ligurian Pasta

I’m biased towards winter vegetables like cauliflower and broccoli, so when the hot Indian summer comes around it can be a struggle for me. Most of the seasonal vegetables available (especially in Calcutta) are ones I have never heard of, let alone know how to cook. The Eastern region of India has its own set of leaves and vegetables, most of which are foreign to me. … Continue reading Spaghetti with Pesto and Green Beans | A Classic Ligurian Pasta

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Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Vegetables vegan

Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Vegetables | Vegan

For me, the thing about pasta is that it’s a quick, delicious meal and if you do it right it can be healthy. When I feel like there’s nothing special in my fridge and I don’t know know what to make but I don’t want basic Indian food, this Spaghetti Aglio Olio with vegetables is what I make. It’s almost impossible to ruin it. If I’m … Continue reading Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Vegetables | Vegan

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