Main Dishes

Appetizers, Main Dishes

Gujarati Bhinda Shaak (Okra)

It’s funny, I never liked bhinda growing up. But now I love it! “Bhinda” is the Indian name for okra. Okra is a vegetable that belongs to the same plant family as hibiscus and cotton. It is incredibly nutritious. Okra contains potassium, vitamin B, vitamin C, folic acid, and calcium. […]

Appetizers, Main Dishes

Vegetarian Miso Soup Ramen

Someone said this was the BEST RAMEN they have ever had. Ok, that someone may have been my husband but I promise this one is a game changer! I am so pleased with how it turned out, and I hope you love it too. This ramen dish is naturally low […]

Appetizers, Main Dishes

Tandoori Tofu Veggie Skewers

Dazzle your party guests with this appetizer. The best part about this plate is you can make it the night before and stick it in the oven the day of serving. The longer it marinates, the better. This dish uses tofu as the protein source but feel free to substitute […]

Appetizers, Main Dishes

Eggplant Parmesan Stacks

I love eggplant! My husband hates it, and he also does not like eggs (P.S. he will love that I am sharing all this personal information). This pretty much means eggplant parmesan is out of the dinner plan for us unless I want to eat the same dish over and […]

Appetizers, Main Dishes

Rice Noodles

I love these rice vermicelli noodles. They are light and savory, and incorporate a nice blend of traditional Indian spices. It’s quick and easy with the actual cooking time < 15 min! This dish pairs perfectly with a side salad or hearty soup. Been making this one for years, and […]

Main Dishes

Baked 3 Cheese Vegetable Ravioli

This recipe uses my FAVORITE 3 Cheese Vegetable Ravioli from Trader Joe’s and marinara sauce from Bronx Little Italy (it’s super clean and soo tasty!). It’s easy to whip up and very satisfying. https://www.instagram.com/kitchenprescription/

Breakfast, Main Dishes

Turmeric Tofu Scramble

This is a staple around here, and I love this dish especially because it’s so versatile. I’ll batch it for the week and throw it into salads or wraps, serve with rice, etc. In other words, MEAL PREP! The flavors really settle in the next day as well. It can […]