These wholesome wraps are absolutely delicious, it can be relished as a complete meal. Also, vegetarian-friendly. A delectable fusion of seasoned cooked burglar wheat and sweet corn, paired with raw pepper dices makes this scrumptious meal. Don’t forget to add sour cream, which widens the range of flavours that play around in this wrap! But I just remember the cream when I nearly finish. 😦
Slow Cook Kale & Butternut Squash Dal (羽衣甘藍 & 南瓜, 印度豆)
Dal or dhal is a dried pulse which has been split. The outer hull is usually stripped off; dal that has not been hulled is described as chilka (skin), e.g. chilka urad dal, mung dal chilka.
Dhal is the Indian staple made from split pulses. They’re high in fibre, full of good protein, low in calories, fat-free, quick and easy to cook, reasonable cheap, substantial, versatile and delicious. It can serve with rice or naan bread. The chana dhal, an Indian chickpea, used most often to make dhal in India. But now, most of the people use the yellow split peas, red or green lentil instead. Split peas will give a slightly creamier dhal. If you can’t find fresh curry leaves, you can use frozen one like me.
Since the Thai have their popular coconut milk rice with mango, they’re decent, but I guess that is a bit sweet for me. But today I am preparing this coconut rice, that is one of my favourite Indian food, it’s lighter, also full of aroma and spice, the main factor is not too heavy.
Spicy Lentil, Cauliflower Patties/ Burgers with Sriracha sesame sauce
Spicy Lentil, Cauliflower Patties/ Burgers
Just bought a large cauliflower from our local bargain corner, what a happy day!
Can’t make the decision to choose which recipe I will use, because I got lots of idea in my mind, such as: cauliflower cheese, macaroni cheese with cauliflower, stir fry,…………but that’s too simple and I want to have a bit challenge. An idea came up to my mind instantly, I remembered that I read some blog before, they made some good idea with cauliflower, why not I have a try.
After the Mid-Autumn Festival, all the feast and mooncakes has to be put a stop now! Such a hectic and tiring week, but worth it, you’ll see the family and friends are all enjoy it, you’ll forget all the hard work, right?
Today, I just only need a simple and easy, not much time consuming meal, so I think about why not have a light sandwich or wrap for a change.
Been to the farmer’s market this week, they got lots of fresh produce there. I bought the most fresh beetroots there with all the leaves on. We are not always seen the beetroot with leaves on sale in supermarket, but on market places , I grabbed a bunch with 4 fist size beetroots , they are really big size. I think I can make few dishes with it later this week. It only cost £1 for a bunch, worth it, worth it. 🙂
I heard of ‘golden beet’, but I haven’t seen it before, only from the web.