Have you ever had this incredible craving for a snack that you can only get outside of your house, but you don’t want to leave the comfort of your home to get food? Well, here’s an easy and delicious snack that you can make at home, without a worry in the world. Sure, there might be some ingredients that you have to buy from somewhere else, but you can get that delivered to your house whenever you can find it online. All that aside, this recipe is easy and it is fun and it is something that everyone likes a lot, so you don’t have to worry about all your pure vegetarian friends!
Get to savour the taste of classic Italian flavours with a healthy twist in this dish. Taste the subtle spices in every morsel. A perfect and warm dish for the bitter winter days, we suggest you to make this today. Here’s what you’ll need.
While being vegan might be a lifestyle choice and something of a trend in the world today, there’s no reason to boycott vegan restaurants or mutter bad things about them just because it’s not what you like. As a hardcore carnivore, I have always had my issues with veganism because I find that there are quite a few who believe it’s their job to shove their beliefs down your throat. I’ve often compared veganism to some sections of Christianity, where if you don’t believe in what they do, then you’re a heathen or a monster or a combination of the two. While some of them might be a little intense and too much to handle, most of the time vegans get a bad name because people just flat out assume that they’re weird for giving up the basics in life and changing their diets.
In a time when Chennai is booming with restaurants, it’s not a big surprise that new and interesting kinds of places are popping up. In fact, it’s a welcoming sight to find restaurants of a different kind appearing all over the city. We’ve said it time and time again, Chennai is a growing city and part of the growing is the fact that we’re open to new cuisines and new modifications of familiar cuisines. Soul Garden Bistro is a brand new restaurant that’s opened in Alwarpet and it’s a combination of what you’re used to and something new, which is what makes the restaurant so endearing and inviting.
While, the benefits of vegetarianism is an ongoing debate, vegetarian food is not only nutritious but also packs a punch in the flavour department. While a lot of us have forgotten the simplicity and genuine wholesomeness of vegetarian food, these restaurants in Bengaluru most definitely have not. Take a trip to these restaurants serving the best vegetarian fare.
This Kilpauk restaurant offers more than you would expect when you walk in through the front door. It’s a small, but cosy and comfortable space and perfect for college and school kids who spend a lot of their time in the area. One of the biggest draws is that it’s pocket friendly and you can eat an entire meal and not be struggling to pay the bill, you don’t have to calculate how much you have before you order either. It’s great food at a great price.
In a country with a healthy and large vegetarian diet, paneer is the alternative to anything non-vegetarian. Whatever chicken or mutton dish you’re making, the same masalas can go into a paneer dish. Sometimes not, but mostly it works. But if you don’t want similar tasting or looking dishes, then obviously what you’re looking for is something completely different. And that’s where our list comes in. We’ve got 10 dishes that you can make at home, that aren’t complicated and will go well just about anything you want.
October 1st is known as World Vegetarian Day, a day that celebrates the vegetarians and those who follow a vegetarian diet. It was started by the North American Vegetarian Society in 1977 and then in 1978, the International Vegetarian Union endorsed this day and made it official. As they say, it is “to promote the joy, compassion and life-enhancing possibilities of vegetarianism”. And since half of India is vegetarian either by choice or by birth or because of their religion, this is a day that is important to the nation. While all vegetarians know the best dishes to make and how to make them taste better than anyone else does, this list of dishes is actually for the non-vegetarians to try and make something for themselves and for their vegetarian friends.
Named after the goddess Saraswati’s vahana, Hamsa is a brand new fine dining vegetarian restaurant in the heart of Chennai providing you with not just a great selection of vegetarian dishes, but also an ambiance that is steeped in culture and details. Opened by Nithin Kalkiraju, Hamsa is a journey to another place from the minute you set foot into the restaurant. The attention to detail and the importance of culture is prominent at every turn.
McDonald’s Singapore just got a whole lot friendlier for vegetarians with the launch of the Veggie Crunch Burger. Prior to this, vegetarians at McDonald’s Singapore could only eat hash browns, fries or burgers without patties.