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This mixed vegetable curry dish is tasty, quick and easy to prepare.
Try sweet potatoes instead of white potatoes. Broccoli can substitute for cauliflower. Left over curry is delicious.
Keep covered in a bowl, and refrigerated for 2-3 days. Enjoy!
We cook this for potlucks with two heads of cauliflower and come home with an empty dish every time. It's so tastyyy! You can vary the spice level and you could even cook it as a whole cauliflower, though that needs to be tested first! You can switch the oil for coconut oil or butter if you prefer. All variations have come out delicious!
There is no doubt eating a rainbow is healthy for you, but don’t forget to eat local for the health of our planet too!
It’s always tempting to look to the exotic or tropical when eating a more vibrant plate, but I wanted to celebrate more local produce, including delicacies such as milkcap mushrooms, padrón peppers and yummy calçots, with many icons inspired directly by my own little garden.
I hope you enjoy my rainbow, and have fun discovering the rainbow in your own backyard!
Vegetables are gorgeous and they need more appreciation of their beauty (and health benefits). Vegetable platter is a way to add more beneficial food to your diet with fun and ease. It’s so simple and in the same time not boring - you can choose veggies you like, you can pick a dip to accompany, you can eat it on its own or serve as a garnish. So I want to celebrate this magical dish!
This recipe was created for The Cleaver Quarterly's illustrated cook book 'The Illustrated Wok' in which artists from around the world illustrated chef's recipes. This delicious Cauliflower recipe was created by Chef Lien Lin. I explored using both traditional materials and digital in this piece.
Aviyal (pronounced as (uh-v-ul)) is a dish from the lush green State of Kerala in South India. It is a thick mixture of steamed vegetables in spiced coconut curry. It is known for it’s rich flavor and is usually served with steaming hot rice or indian chapathi bread. There’s something about the smell of cummins together with curry leaves & coconut that draws me to it. I enjoy this recipe from my mom on any given day. A small tip: You can also try this recipe with different vegetables of your choice like pumpkin, beets, eggplant, cucumber, drumsticks etc. to add a new flavor every time you make this dish. Happy cooking and enjoy your vegetarian feast! I’d be delighted to hear your curry adventure, so do drop me a line or two in your coffee time! Enjoy!