Sal mubarak (Happy New Year)! Barfi is a traditional Hindu dessert (mithai) made from powdered milk, but these delicious treats are made from ground almonds instead. It wouldn’t feel festive without lots of sweet food…so enjoy! Preparation time: 3 hours (including cooling time) Ingredients (Serves 6 pieces): 1 1/2 tbsp Lucy Bee Extra Virgin Coconut Oil 200g … More Almond, Coconut and Chocolate Barfi Mithai (Happy New Year Everyone)! GF!
This dish is an Indochinese recipe made of crispy gram flour battered broccoli stir fried with spring onions, chillies, ginger and red peppers. It is so addictive…and despite it tasting like naughty good-ness it is actually full of vitamins, minerals and protein from the broccoli and gram flour. It is spicy and so using the mixture to … More Indochinese Broccoli Bhajiya in a Spring Onion, Chilli and Ginger Masala
This recipe is inspired by my Mum. It is based on a Gujarati-stye dish but I always consider my Mum to have revolutionised Indian food at my house…no excess oil, no garam masala that leads to heart burn and it is super nutritious! This dish is packed with heaps of flavour. I love the fact that … More Crispy Ginger and Tomato Cauliflower Shaak
These are fantastic spicy snacks, or can be great as burger patties for all the vegans who hate being left out at barbecue parties. They are super healthy and gluten free! Preparation time: 2 hours (including cooking time) Ingredients (makes approx. 12 small patties): 2 large baking potatoes 4 tbsp gluten free flour 1 1/2 courgettes grated … More Aloo and Courgette Tiki with a Tomato and Coriander Kachumber
These fluffy bites of deliciousness are a Gujarati delicacy. Dhokla are steamed chickpea flour cakes…and the best part is that they are vegan and gluten free! Eat with your hands and enjoy! This recipe is based on the Dhokla that my Grandma (Ba) makes me. She is an inspirational cook! Preparation time: 1 hour (including cooking … More Dhokla