Easy vegan Indian lentil Dahl, black rice and cauliflower

indian lentil dahl with cauliflower

Easy vegan Indian lentil Dahl, black rice and cauliflower

indian lentil dahl with cauliflower pinit

Do you share a love for indian food? Than we have something in common!

The Indian cuisine is besides Mexican probably my favourite kitchen. It’s always packed with delicious flavours using all kinds of delicious spice mixes.

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To make this recipe perfect, I used a dulp of soy yoghurt, you can leave this out or use any other plant yoghurt.

Also as rice I usualy use either black or red whole wheat rice. It is packed with nutrients, complex carbs and proteins. Always go for the unprosessed foods, white rice has all the good stuf removed.

That being said, let’s get into the cooking of this great dish.

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Difficulty: Intermediate Prep Time 20 min Cook Time 40 min Total Time 1 hr Servings: 2 Best Season: Winter

Description

I bet you can smell how delicious this dish is just by looking at the picture πŸ˜‰. The red lentils dahl is awesome!

Ingredients

Red lentils dahl

Cauliflower stew

Black rice

Other

Instructions

Red lentils dahl

  1. Cook and season

    1. Grab a pot, pour in some oil and add the minced ginger. Let fry for a few minutes.
    2. Add your red lentils and ratio 1:3 of water. Add broth, turmeric powder and let boil until soft (15 minutes). Once done boiling add the spinach
    3. If you like it spicy, add some red chili pepper 🌢.

Black rice

  1. Cook and add vegetable broth

    Cook the black rice in ratio 1:3 with water, add some broth.

Cauliflower with peas

  1. Cook and season

    1. Put a pot on the fire and add some coconut oil, let heat on medium fire.
    2. Add the chopped onion, minced garlic and ginger andΒ  let sautΓ©.
    3. Add the tomato concentrate.
    4. As spices add some fennel -and cumin seed.
    5. Add a little layer of water and pour in the cauliflower cut into medium-sized squares.
    6. Let simmer for 10 minutes until tender, then add the frozen peas.
    7. Turn off the fire and let sit for 5 more minutes to defrost the peas.

    Both this cauliflower recipe as well the lentil dahl can perfectly be frozen.
Keywords: Black rice, Red lentils, Spinach, Onion, Garlic cloves, Turmeric powder, Vegetable broth, Cauliflower, Peas, Tomato concentration, Cilantro, Cumin seed, Fennel seed, Ginger, Soy yohgurt, Vegetable broth, Red chilli pepper

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