My Taste For Indian Vegetarian Dishes
I can't deny how much I really like Indian food. Here's a couple of Indian vegetarian dishes you may want to try assuming you have an appetite and/or toleration for spicy food.
Paratha is Indian bread. While curry tastes good with rice but I order paratha to go along with it. It's got that chewy texture and spicy taste that I love. I usually buy frozen ones from the grocery store. Fortunately, there are instructions on how to prepare them but it can get very tricky.
I want to call this vegetarian curry as Indian chopsuey. While I do like chicken curry but I tend to long for meatless curry.
For meatier texture, the use of dehydrated tofu turned into soy chunks gives it the taste. If you're gluten intolerant then this is for you. I do like the use of gluten for curry but soy chunks give more protein.
Battura is puffed bread served with some garbanzo beans which is called chole in Indian. The bread has some yeast to allow it to inflate and the dough is usually rested for eight hours prior to frying. The newly cooked bread comes out pretty puffed and table napkins are placed under it to absorb the grease.
Updated: May 13, 2018