AND THE FOODFOTO-AWARD GOES TO......it's not me 😂😂😂😂 .....heute erneut was aus der Kategorie "ungefiltert: nicht schön, aber fucking lecker!!! 😅😜 Couscous an indischem Dhal mit Karotten & Blumenkohl, dazu ein Like Meat Natur Filet Steak (nein,das ist nicht zu dunkel,das sind sichtbar gemachte Röstaromen *hüstel*
Comfort food. My best is Sri Lankan Dhal. It’s hearty, filling, spice-filled (without being too 🌶), warm and healthy. The lentils are cooking gently over medium heat with plenty of caramel used onions, garlic, ginger, turmeric and then spiced with coriander, cumin, curry powder and curry leaves. I creamy it up with organic chicken stock and coconut milk. You can eat it as a bowl of thick soup or pour it over rice 🍚, or eat it using a chapati or pita as the eating tool (mmm I love eating with my hands). Recipe coming on my blog soon! Xo MamaHopey #recipe#dal#dhal#srilankanfood#coconut#curry#comfortfood#coldweatherfood#soup#whatimeating
Dhal paratha and dhal puri. I made both for the first time and they were great. Filling made using yellow mung dhal. I soaked the lentils for 4 hours, drained then I had to grind them to a smooth paste in a blender with salt, black pepper, ginger, green chilli. Then in a little oil I added cumin, asafoetida, and then add the dhal, I added coriander and cumin powder, and heated the mixture until water has evaporated. I then rolled the mix into small balls and placed them between two chapatti's and rolled them further. Fried them to make puri, and cooked them on a tawa using a bit of oil to make paratha. Lovely with mango pickle. #dhal#paratha#indianfood#homemadefood#organicfoods#healthyfood#wholesomefood#wholesomefinefoods#dhalpuri#vegetarian#vegan#meatfree#lentils
We have made such massive changes to our diets in recent months. It's been one heck of a learning curve. I'm ever so grateful I'm at home so much that I'm able to basically learn how to cook anew. We have mostly become vegan. Add to this my passion for good nutrition means I've been devouring every vegan cook book I can find. Tonight was the first night I really felt at ease with my new vegan reroute of meals. Last night I'd made Berber Barley (barley with smoked paprika, apricots and raisins) ((bottom right)), and because I was home with boy child I also roasted some pumpkin and made a soup (top left), and made some tomato dhal (bottom left) with fried onions and spices (top right). It was a delicious and warming meal. I love how good the food makes me feel and I so much more enjoy the process of cooking without meat, I'm not sure why. I have also learnt the important art of preparation. Of reading cook books and writing shopping lists, of coming home and getting all the spices and herbs out ready so that when I get a chance I can chop. Often I chop onions and garlic and other vegetables when I find a spare 5 minutes and just store them in the fridge until I get to cooking later. Or I weigh out all the spices and leave them near the cooker for when I'm ready. I often roast a bunch of veg and then use it over the course of several dishes over a few days. It's a different way of meal planning and prepping. Finally, I love how easily it is to mix and match all these vegan dishes. We often just throw the left overs together for amazing quick meals. I am so grateful my husband inspired this decision, we've never felt so good. I'm not sure how to 'give up' chocolate mousse or cheesecake but for now it's still on the menu occasionally 🤗✌🏻 #vegan#veganfamy#dhal#soup#onions#lentils#lifechanging
I've been both absent and apathetic. Maintaining for a couple of weeks and struggling in the run-up to Christmas. I've still got half an eye on the ball and I need to stay accountable so here is some dhal I had yesterday! The horrible fork is from the work's kitchen, not my own... #weightloss#protein#dhal#vegetarian#cantbearsed
Pleased and excited to launch British Dal Festival @britishdalfestival today. Taking place in Bristol from 19-25 March 2018 to celebrate the magic of dal. 📸 @jennychandleruk .
The British Dal Festival will be a free event taking place across the city of Bristol and include a Dal Trail around the city’s restaurants and eateries. Venues will serve signature dals of many varieties with a champion dal awarded at the end of the week.
We're delighted to have support from @91waysglobalcity @jennychandleruk @hodmedods @ediblebristol and Bristol Farmers Market. -
A vegan feast!! I made two curries at the weekend to celebrate with family (with obligatory naan bread, pickles and poppadoms obvs)
We tucked into a coconut & lentil dhal and a spinach & potato sag aloo 😏🍽🙌🏻🌶