Thursday, October 20, 2011

Delicious Diwali Recipes for Finicky Vegetable Eaters!

Got any picky eaters in your house? These recipes are bound to get them asking for more veg! Introduce tantalizing new flavours to your kids and inject some culture into your family dinners!
 Sweet Potato and Corn Vindaloo with Spinach


Tomato and Chickpea Vindaloo with Rice
Click here on my other blog for the recipes!


jMo said...

The blog is looking GOOD, woman, and so is the food. Just found a Diwali event and thinking of going. Free food for students, think I can pass (being sarcastic, but I do have a backpack).
I just made a little space for Asian, Indian and Mexican spices. Will let you know what I try.
Do you ever use fenu Greek?

C said...

Hey there, friend! Thanks so much for your kind words. Actually, I do use fenugreek at times :) Really good in curries and pickles! Just an aside, but you knew that fenugreek is supposed to be good for increasing milk production, right? LOL! I'm sure you wanted to know that. ;)

jMo said...

You do, wow, you impress me again,C. Really, well no chance of that although I've been called a cow on more than one occasion. Time to moove my butt to bed

C said...

LOL! I meant milk production for breastfeeding, but your comment is funnier! xoxo

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