Vegetables & Legumes 6 results
  • Saag Gosht

    Saag Gosht is a traditional Punjabi meat dish and a delight to make and even more to eat. It is a curry made with goat or lamb (gosht) and spinach (saag). Ensure you have the spices whole and can grind them freshly toasted.  If your are not living ...
  • Celeriac with mushroom and leek

    Celeriac is a fantastic vegetable. You can eat it raw (in salads), bake it, steam, boil or fry it. And while displaying a wonderful flavor, it also contains lots of vitamines. Celeriac is a great source of Vitamin K, C and B6. It is also a good ...
  • Pan-fried buns with snow vegetables

    It was in the coastal province of Zhejiang in China that these pan-fried buns with snow vegetables appealed to my taste pallet. The Chinese name for snow vegetables is xue cai and are made up of pickled potherb mustard greens. I would assume the ...
  • Marinated eggplant with toasted sesame

    There are many ways to prepare eggplant dishes. You can roast or grill the eggplant and collect the meat, which is popular in the middle east. In South China they deep fry the egg plant pieces, preserving the beautiful deep purple color that keeps ...
  • Rocket salad with portobello mushrooms and toasted walnuts

    Rocket salad (Rucula in Europe) origins from Italy. But people in the entire Mediterranean region eat this. For this salad we use briefly toasted walnuts and pan fried sliced Portobello's. And serve with a honey/mustard vinaigrette. Rocket ...
  • Dahl with mellowed spices

    This vegetarian dish provides for an extensive taste pallet, especially the next day after making. The main ingredients are protein and fibre rich lentils. But the rich taste comes from freshly ground spices and fresh vegetables.    Origin This ...