Friday, 30 June 2017

Apricot, Sweet Pepper and Thyme Chutney

Easy recipe of Apricot, Sweet Pepper and Thyme Chutney

This sublime Apricot, Sweet Pepper and Thyme Chutney is all fruity with delicious tangy and mild spices. This easy and hassle free chutney recipe combines fresh apricot, fresh sweet peppers and thyme together to make make a tasty combination.

Easy recipe of Apricot, Sweet Pepper and Thyme Chutney

To bring a little bit of zing to the flavours I've added few spices and red chilli flakes without making it too strong. It tastes excellent with cheese on toast or can be used to accompany with Nut loaf, veg sausages or topping for a BBQ meat. This magnificent and vibrant homemade chutney can become a delightful gift for a foodie.

How to make Apricot, Sweet Pepper and Thyme Chutney

More Fruit Chutney Recipe-> Mixed Fruit Jam Chutney | Fiery Apple Chutney | Roasted Spiced Strawberry and Rhubarb Chutney | Spiced Apple and Blackberry Chutney | Pineapple Chutney | Cranberry, Orange and Mango Chutney with Indian Tadka

Since preparing chutney at home is uncomplicated and cinch too and lasts for ages in the fridge, it is always worth to make your favourite chutney from scratch and I love to do that. You can prepare it with fresh and best quality ingredients, you can choose whatever flavours or combinations you fancy.

Apricot, Sweet Pepper and Thyme Chutney


Just a couple of weeks ago we finished our last jar of Red Pepper and Chilli Chutney, it was phenomenal. Without this chutney, everyone in the family wasn't enjoying their sandwiches. I went to market without any such idea, but when I saw fresh and gold Apricots, already my brain started ticking, and next, I picked up Mixed peppers and a bunch of thyme. I decided to make Apricot, Mixed Pepper and Thyme Chutney and it turned out delightful, exactly how we like.

Apricot, Sweet Pepper and Thyme Chutney


Notes:-
You can replace Apricot with Peaches.

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Apricot, sweet pepper and Thyme Chutney
Condiment
World
Yield: 2-3 small jars
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Apricot, Mixed Pepper and Thyme Chutney

Apricot, Mixed Pepper and Thyme Chutney

This superlative chutney combines fresh apricot, sweet mixed red peppers and thyme to make a delicious combination. It pairs well with cheese on toast, as a sandwich spread or with any other meals.
prep time: 15 Mcook time: 50 Mtotal time: 65 M

ingredients:

  • 750g fresh apricot
  • 150 g mixed peppers
  • Few sprigs thyme
  • 100g cooking apple
  • 1 medium red onion
  • 2 tbsp. ginger-garlic puree
  • 3 tbsp. olive oil
  • 12 tbsp. cider vinegar
  • 500 g brown sugar
  • 1 tbsp. red chilli flakes
  • 1/2 tsp. cinnamon Powder
  • 1/2 tsp. clove powder
  • 1 tsp. Salt

instructions:

How to cook Apricot, Mixed Pepper and Thyme Chutney

  1. Keep a few small sterile jars ready.
  2. Heat oil in a pan, add chopped onion, cook very slowly for about 15-20 minutes or until the onion becomes sticky.
  3. Meanwhile finely chop apricot, peppers, and apples or use a food processor ( I used it ) do not make a puree.
  4. Add all the chopped ingredients, ginger-garlic puree, sugar, vinegar and thyme.
  5. Add red chilli flakes, cinnamon and clove powder.
  6. Mix everything and keep stirring.
  7. Next, bring everything up to simmering point let it cook for 40-45 minutes.
  8. When the liquid reduces, you will get very thick and sticky chutney.
  9. Switch off the heat. 
  10. Spoon in into sterile jars.
  11. To keep for a longer period, keep it in a cool dark place. 
  12. Once opened keep it in a refrigerator and use it in a couple of weeks. 
  13. Enjoy!

NOTES:

You can replace Apricot with Peaches.
Calories
1416.55
Fat (grams)
22.74
Sat. Fat (grams)
3.15
Carbs (grams)
307.79
Fiber (grams)
11.00
Net carbs
296.79
Sugar (grams)
287.14
Protein (grams)
7.92
Sodium (milligrams)
1278.52
Cholesterol (grams)
1.57
The nutritional information provided is an approximation calculated by an online calculator. Please consult a professional dietitian for nutritional advice.

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017

GUJARATI MANGO KADHI | AAM KI KADHI

In our quest for more Mango recipes, we have the most velvety smooth Gujarati Mango Kadhi | Aam ki Kadhi to delight our senses.

This modern take on the Gujarati classic white sweet kadhi fuses with luscious mango ras.

Homemade Gujarati Mango Ras is a summer treat we wait and look forward to all year!

Gujarati Mango Kadhi served in a copper pan and garnished with fresh chopped coriander

Friday, 23 June 2017

Grilled Corn, Nectarine and Mixed Beans Salad

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This Grilled Corn, Nectarine and Mixed Beans Salad is a forkful of summer in every bite, it is a combination of some of the season's best fruit and veg. It can be a healthy and tasty light lunch or an elegant starter for summer dining of alfresco. This recipe is stress-free and can be put together in just a few minutes.

More Sweetcorn Recipe-> Barbecued sweetcorn with Roasted Red Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing | Sweetcorn and Pumpkin Seeds salad | Corn on the Cob Curry with Peanuts

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Oh yes, British weather is back to what its supposed to be. A couple of days have been much cooler than last weekend. That sweltering heat made me slow and tired, never mind the cooking, the hot weather deterred me from going to the oven. My better half suggested that we should order pizza, I agreed with him. He was just about to pick up the phone to order the pizza, but I thought about my sunny boy and realised that he does not like Pizza! yes, you read it right, He would happily gobble down Bitter Gourd Sabzi, Green Vegetables and daals which are his most favourite. He is very specific about the food he eats, basically, it must be cooked by his own mum. Dinner time must include Indian meals and fresh Roti every evening of which he wouldn't be able to sleep without. I think I've spoilt him a bit too much:)

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Lol. better half got disappointed as I asked him not to order the pizza. I found a couple of containers in the freezer, in one there was Daal Makhni and in second Tindora Nu Saak, enough for my Sunny boy.  His dinner was sorted, I prepared just a few chapattis for him and so we settled with some delicious cucumber sandwiches with this salad.

More Fruit Salad Recipes -> Strawberry and Avocado Salad with Honey Vinaigrette | Herby Tofu Kebab and Orange Salad | Strawberry, Goats Cheese and Watercress Salad with Tarragon and Dijon Mustard Vinaigrette | Mixed lentil Salad with Grapes 


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I had to hardly prepare anything for this recipe, I used whatever I found in my kitchen. just a bit of chopping and we grilled corn and nectarine. Flavoursome and well-balanced salad, there is no hard work involved, just toss everything together with little olive oil and voila! This salad was a killer, there was nothing in there not to like about. I prepared little more than we needed and kept in a refrigerator to take pictures because I thought this salad definitely deserves a place on my blog.

Notes:-
Instead of Nectarine, Peaches can be used.



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Grilled Corn, Nectarine and Mixed Beans Salad
Salad
International
Yield: 2-4 servings
Author:

Grilled Corn, Nectarine and Mixed Beans Salad

Grilled Corn, Nectarine and Mixed Beans Salad

Grilled Corn, Nectarine and Mixed Beans Salad very easy to prepare in very little time. This Healthy and delicious salad can be a tasty light lunch or elegant starter for summer dining of Alfresco.
prep time: 5 Mcook time: 10 Mtotal time: 15 M

ingredients:

  • 1 Corn on the cob husks and tassels removed
  • 2 Nectarine ripe but firm
  • 1 cup Cooked Mixed Beans - Red Kidney Beans, Chick Peas
  • 1 Avocado peeled, cut into cubes
  • 1/2 cup Cucumber cubed
  • 1 small Red Onion cut lengthwise
  • 2-3 tbsp. Jalapeno
  • 2-3 tbsp. Lemon juice
  • salt to taste
  • 2 tbsp. Extra virgin olive oil
  • Pinch Freshly ground black pepper
  • 3-4 tbsp. Freshly chopped coriander

instructions:

How to cook Grilled Corn, Nectarine and Mixed Beans Salad

  1. Roast the sweetcorn on a bbq or stove.
  2. Set aside until cool enough to handle, and slice the kernels off the cob and place into a bowl.
  3. Now half the nectarines, scoop out the seed and cut into quarters.
  4. Place it on a heated grill or on the grill pan on the stove.
  5. Let it grill for a couple of minutes, but keep it intact until you see light brown grilled marks.
  6. Now, place everything in a big salad bowl and gently toss together.
  7. Serve straight away.
  8. Enjoy!

NOTES:

Instead of Nectarine, Peaches can be used.
Calories
830.72
Fat (grams)
35.18
Sat. Fat (grams)
4.72
Carbs (grams)
112.59
Fiber (grams)
33.26
Net carbs
79.34
Sugar (grams)
24.69
Protein (grams)
30.41
Sodium (milligrams)
737.20
Cholesterol (grams)
0.00
The nutritional information provided is an approximation calculated by an online calculator. Please consult a professional dietitian for nutritional advice.

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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Sugar free Cashew, Date and Yogurt Popsicle

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A perfect treat for Summer hot days, these Sugar-Free Cashew, date and Yogurt Popsicles are definitely to satisfy your sweet taste buds and beat the heat.  They are loaded with nothing but a bucket full of goodness. Creamy and rich but with healthy fats, naturally sweetened and packed with plenty of vitamins and minerals and these take a few minutes to prepare and popular with adults and children alike.Only 3 ingredients needed. Can you top this?

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In my part of the world, currently, we are having 'Indian Summer', it is unbearably hot. Almost I am dreaming of having air conditioners and a paddling pool.The days are hot and nights are hotter. This year since March-April we are having warmer temperatures and experts are warning that we are most likely to witness a tropical weather during these summer months.

More Yogurt Recipe -> How to make Set Yogurt at home? | Shrikhand-An aromatic Yogurt Dessert | Green Mung Beans in Yogurt Gravy | Soda Chaas ( yogurt drink ) | Rose Lassi

Obviously, now that temperatures seem to be increasing day by day, we are looking for ways to avoid the heat. We try not to expose ourselves to the direct sunlight more than 10-15 minutes, definitely drinking more and more water and masala chaas to stay hydrated. Somehow this year no one has asked for any Ice Cream ( Rich and loaded with sugar and calories) yet, maybe my these Suger Free Mango Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicle may just seem to be satisfying our cravings. Also, in these warm mornings Rajasthani Bajra Raabdi- Millet Porridge is popular in my house, this cold millet porridge keeps our tummies filled for longer. and Raw Mango and Onion relish is the best thing ever to keep the heat at bay.

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More Cashew Recipes -> Buckwheat, Blueberry Cashew Smoothie with Chia Seeds | Orange, Date and Ginger Oat Cookies with cashew Butter | Figs, Chocolate and Cashew Rolls | Kaju Katli-Cashew Diamonds 

A few days ago, I came across with this interesting piece of reading on the net about the popsicle, that whether eating frozen popsicles on very hot days actually cool you down? Or is the "Cooling Down" just an illusion? I was taken surprised by the answer!

"No, it's real.  Eating anything cold has an effect on your body temperature because it absorbs heat from your stomach, which in turn absorbs heat from your blood.  But something that primarily consists of frozen water, like a popsicle, has the most dramatic effect. That's because it takes quite a bit of heat to melt ice, two or three times as much as it takes to warm the popsicle up to your body temperature.  Hence, eating a popsicle cools you down at least three times as much as drinking an equivalent amount of cold water.  (This also works with ice, but popsicles are more fun)." 


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More Date Recipes -> Cashew and Date Chilli Bhaji | Quick Apple, date and Cinnamon Tart | Apple and date Salad |

I am not sure, how much truth there is in this article but if you do decide to eat frozen popsicles, make your own mind up about above article. So when my Mango Popsicle vanished into thin air in no time, my sunny boy wanted something similar to that again to cool himself down, and I churned out these Sugar-Free Cashew, date and Yogurt Popsicle which are not only enjoyed by him but I was so pleased to see couple of hands were reaching out to the freezer in search of these healthy and refreshing popsicles.

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Notes:-
Instead of dates, you can use honey, agave nectar, date syrup or maple syrup to sweeten the popsicle.
You can use any other kind of nuts instead of cashews.
This recipe can be made vegan, use vegan yogurt. 

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Cashew, date yogurt popsicle
Chilled dessert
World
Yield: 6 Popsicle
Author:

Sugar free Cashew, Date and Yogurt Popsicle

Sugar-free Cashew, Date and Yogurt Popsicle

A perfect treat for Summer hot days, these Sugar-Free Cashew, date and Yogurt Popsicles are definitely to satisfy your sweet taste buds and beat the heat.
prep time: 2 Mcook time: 8 hourtotal time: 8 H & 2 M

ingredients:

  • 100g Cashews
  • 8-10 Pitted Medjool dates
  • 250ml Greek Yogurt

instructions:

How to cook Sugar-free Cashew, Date and Yogurt Popsicle

  1. Place everything in a blender and blend till you get a smoothie-like mixture.
  2. Pour equally into popsicle moulds and pop into the wooden stick and freeze for at least eight hours, or overnight.
  3. To remove the popsicles from the mould, run lukewarm water on the outside of them and remove it easily. Enjoy!

NOTES:

Instead of dates, you can use honey, agave nectar, date syrup or maple syrup to sweeten the popsicle.
You can use any other kind of nuts instead of cashews.
This recipe can be made vegan, use vegan yogurt.
Calories
218.94
Fat (grams)
7.93
Sat. Fat (grams)
1.57
Carbs (grams)
33.88
Fiber (grams)
2.91
Net carbs
30.96
Sugar (grams)
26.06
Protein (grams)
7.27
Sodium (milligrams)
121.40
Cholesterol (grams)
2.00
The nutritional information provided is an approximation calculated by an online calculator. Please consult a professional dietitian for nutritional advice.

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Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Collection of 50+ Father's Day Recipe

Collection of 50+ Vegetarian and Vegan father's day Recipes

June is the month of celebrations, and there's a sense of occasion in the air this month-Weddings, BBQ parties, festivals and of course Father's Day are all on the agenda.

Dads are special too, a father who has been there as the strongest pillar of support in our life. Their sacrifices and contributions are unforgettable, and it's our time to show them that we care and express our love, adoration and gratitude to our special heroes.

We all can buy flowers, cards, and expensive gifts for them to show our love, that's absolutely fine but let me tell you the gift will please their soul would be your cooking- Cooking is a love that comes straight from your heart on his special day. If you can find some extra time, get together with your mother, siblings and children and create beautiful dishes with lots of love and present him. It's a great way to honour him, this action of yours definitely will create lasting memories,  maybe for the younger generation, you can set a family tradition which can always bring a closeness.

Now that Father's Day is just around the corner, I am sure you are on the hunt for a perfect father's day menu and a recipe. I did ask my very talented fellow food bloggers for the perfect and delicious recipe contributions so I can create a perfect father's day recipe collection. There are more than 50+ recipes there to suit your needs these are all Vegetarian and Vegan. Treat the man of the family with these recipes fit for a king, whether you want to treat him with a hot breakfast, a special Brunch or Lunch or some great dessert. These recipes are sure to go down a treat on Father's day!

I would like to thank from the bottom of my heart, my close friends and co-bloggers for supporting my suggestions that we should all pass on a tribute to our dads as father's day is approaching. I've had overwhelming support on my request and all the posts clearly showed the bonds between you and your dads, and to add to that, delicious recipes cropped up.

Masala Upma - Nivedita's Kitchen - Breakfast
Baingan Ka Bhartha-Simply.food - Mains
Meat Masala Bharwan Baingan - TheYellowDaal - Mains or Sides
Ghari Rotli-Puran Poli - Mayuri's Jikoni - Mains
Lotus Stem Kofta in Silky Gravy- Krispy Kadhai
Misti Doi - Batter up with Sujata  - Dessert
Meethi Saviyan - Give me some Spices - Dessert
Sugar-free Mango, Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicles - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey - Dessert

Thanks to all you fabulous food bloggers for your wonderful support and contributions. without you, it would've been impossible to create this amazing post. I really appreciate it.
If you see your recipe featured here, Please kindly share this post at least on one social media platform.
Breakfast-Brunch:-

Pistachio & Avocado Butter toast with Roasted Mushroom and Tomato-Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey


Pistachio Avocado Butter Toast with Roasted Mushroom and Tomato - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
Healthy Cocoa Coconut Almond Butter Bread - The clean eating Couple
Hatch Chile Breakfast Strata - Garlic & Zest
Vegan Cinnamon Pancakes - Where you get your Protein
Sweet Potato Celeriac Hash Browns - Tasting page
Authentic Indian Masala Chai ( Tea ) - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
Quinoa English Muffins - Wendy Polisi
Vegan Apple Date Bread - Cook With Kushi
Breakfast Nachos - Veggies save the Day
The Ultimate Vegan Breakfast Burrito - Lauren Caris Cooks
Almond, Coconut and Pineapple halwa - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

Salad-Salsa-Dips



Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa-Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
Best ever Peach and Fruity Salsa by Loaves and Dishes
Broccolini & Blueberry Spinach Salad - Jenn's farm table
Best Greek Salad with Creamy Avocado Dressing - Savory Tooth
Thai Larb Salad - A Taste of joy and love
Smoky Cilantro Lime Mexican Bean Dip - Veggie Inspired
Garlic Scape Pistachio Pesto Hummus - Farm Fresh Feasts
Summer berry Burrata Salad - The Life Jolie
Tomato, Artichoke and Olive Salad - Simply Fresh Dinner
Fennel Mango Salad - Mommy's Home Cooking
Cumin Mango Salsa - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

Mains-Sides

Veagan Saffron and British Asparagus Pasta-Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

Paneer and Vegetable Makhni Dum Biryani - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
Roasted Broccoli & Cauliflower Mole Tacos - Use Your Noodles
Vegan Buffalo Cauliflower Tacos With Cucumber Ranch, Slaw, Red Onion and Fresh Herbs - Vegetarian Gastronomy
BBQ Kidney Bean Kale Burger - Veggie Inspired
Mexican Burgers with Adobo sauce - A Virtual Vegan
Pea Pesto Flatbread with Asparagus and Shaved Pecorino Romano - The Life Jolie
Garlic Caprese Crostini Melts - Salt & Lavender
Dhaba Style Daal Fry - Jagruti's CookingOdysseyy
Vegan Aubergine Meatballs - Super Golden Bakes
Lemon White Wine Brown Rice Risotto - Peas and Peonies
Herbed Garlic Bread - Erica Julson
Cheesy Asparagus - Wholesome Yum
Crispy Cheesy Grilled Potatoes - Bet On Dinner
Grilled Tempeh Sliders with Vegan Pesto Spread - Pasta-Based
Okra Peppers and Vidalia - Buy This Cook That
Vegan Saffron and Asparagus Pasta - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

Drinks



Clove and Mint Ginger Beer - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
Pomegranate Apple Party Punch - Savory Bites Recipes
Refreshing Vanilla Strawberry Iced Tea - Use Your Noodles
Mango Lemonade- Sandhya's Kitchen
Watermelon Lemonade with Honey-Wholefoodbellies
Blackberry and Basil Iced Tea- Wholefoodbellies
Virgin Mixed Berry Caipirinha - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

Desserts-Sweets-Puddings



Vegetarian Caramel Panna Cotta with Salted Peanut Brittle - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
Fresh Peach Pie with Lattice Crust - Garlic & Zest
Vegan Raspberry Calzones - Create Mindfully
Triple Chocolate Cookie Dough Truffles - My Frosted Life
Blackberry Toasted Coconut Sweet Rolls - Three Olives Branch
Coconut & Avocado Grasshopper Bars - Raia's Recipes
Easy Strawberry Chocolate Yogurt Tart - Sweet Sensitive Free
No Bake Lime, Ginger and White Chocolate Cheesecake - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
Mango Semolina Cake- The Belly Rules The Mind
Baked Banana Puddings with Boozy Rum Caramel - A Virtual Vegan
GF and Vegan Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies - Eating by Elaine
Healthy and Creamy Key Lime Pie Popsicles - Eating by Elaine
Mexican Chocolate Mousse - Crave the Good
Rose Beetroot Sorbet - Love is in my Tummy
Eggless Saffron & Pistachio Ice Cream - Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Sugar free Mango, Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicle

These refined Sugar-free Mango, Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicles are a great summertime treat, naturally sweetened with Medjool dates, which are homemade and so easy to prepare. 

It is a light and delightful treat for anyone. You'll only need 5 ingredients and 5 minutes of your time. The basil brings out the freshness of the mangoes, and cashew yogurt provides creaminess. Prepare these and impress your friends and family even if you're not an expert in the kitchen. Great for a kids party or BBQ party.




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Sunday, 11 June 2017

VEGETARIAN CARAMEL PANNA COTTA WITH SALTED PEANUT BRITTLE

Vegetarian Caramel Panna Cotta with Salted Peanut Brittle - a rich and elegant dessert for entertaining, simple and easy to prepare. It can also be made in advance and served when ready. Combine together this caramel silky, smooth and sweet Panna Cotta with salted peanut brittle, for a dessert that can not be forgotten in a hurry.

Vegetarian Panna Cotta with Salted Peanut Brittle-Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

Thursday, 8 June 2017

Paneer and Vegetable Makhni Dum Biryani

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This Indian classic Paneer and Vegetable Makhni Dum Biryani, is bursting with royal flavours. It is a treat to eat this scrumptious and exotic Biryani, no wonder my kids call it 'Taj Mahal' Biryani!! All the aromatic and sweet spices, rich nuts and fats make the dish gratifyingly regal, as well as tasting exquisite.

Monday, 5 June 2017

Badami Methi Mango Paneer ( Indian Cottage Cheese, Fresh Fenugreek and Mango in Almond Gravy)

Truly Moreish! Badami Methi Mango Paneer  Indian cottage cheese cubes, fresh fenugreek leaves and sweet mango cooked in an exquisite almond gravy, which is made with almonds, onion and aromatic spices.


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