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1. Kadala Curry (Brown Chickpea and Potato Masala)
This Kadala Curry (Brown Chickpea and Potato Masala) by Hina Gujral is a favorite vegetarian dish from the Indian state of Kerala is kadala curry, a subtle spicy curry of brown chickpeas with coconut and whole spices. I like to add potatoes to make it more delicious and comforting. Brown chickpeas are a bit smaller than white chickpeas, with light brown skin and are used in a variety of Indian curries for their nutty flavor and starchy texture. Credit: Reprinted with permission from The 100 Best Curries for Your Instant Pot by Hina Gujral. Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Hina Gujral.
2. Red Velvet Hot Chocolate
Source: Red Velvet Hot Chocolate
This Red Velvet Hot Chocolate by Carol Clayton is luxuriously rich and decadent. It tastes like your favorite cake in cozy beverage form! The beautiful pink tone comes from healthy beetroot in this dairy-free hug in a mug.
3. Velvety Beet Soup
Source: Velvety Beet Soup
4. Indian-Style Cauliflower Rice
Source: Indian-Style Cauliflower Rice
Serve this Indian-Style Cauliflower Rice by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler with turmeric, lime and pistachios and make an easy and quick side dish that happens to be gluten-free and grain-free. It’s a healthy addition to your veggie curries, buddha bowls and salads.
5. French Onion Soup
Source: French Onion Soup
6. Roasted Red Pepper Dip
Source: Roasted Red Pepper Dip
This Roasted Red Pepper Dip by Diane Smith is a perfect year-round addition to any party appetizer menu. You can have a blast building a meal around it or just simply munching on it when you want a great snack. Combine it with hummus for a unique flavor combo.
7. Moist and Decadent Sweet Potato Blondies
These Moist and Decadent Sweet Potato Blondies by Christa Clark are so moist and decadent it’s hard to believe they have sweet potatoes in it! They are shockingly scrumptious and almost fudge-like. A vegan blondie made with delicious, unique ingredients––it is hard not to go back for more. The ingredients and flavors couldn’t be more timely for the winter. If you can share… it would be a great treat for all to enjoy! But, these vegan blondies are a dessert you might want to keep for yourself!
8. One-Pot Pumpkin Chili
Source: One-Pot Pumpkin Chili
This One-Pot Pumpkin Chili by Jasmine Briones is definitely a winner. It is super easy to make, hearty, requires just one pot, and will be ready in about 30 minutes. Warm yourself up with this delicious, seasonal chili!
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