Black-Eyed PeasTarina Dhanani created this flavorful recipe that you can enjoy year-round. Black-eyed peas are considered good luck in the southern United States when eaten at New Year’s. Certainly, this dish will bring you luck when shared with friends and family. Chana MasalaTo highlight a special dinner, serve this easy rendition of Indian-style chickpeas with rice and plain nondairy yogurt.ChapatisThese chewy, flat rounds of whole wheat bread are traditionally served at every Indian meal.Coconut Covered MorselsChock-full of goodness, these coconut-covered morsels are perfect for healthy snacking.Cooking Under Pressure: Mung Beans with Veggies SoupWith the aid of a pressure cooker, this nourishing and satisfying soup cooks in just 20 minutes. Be sure to follow manufacturer instructions because different generations of pressure cookers require specific techniques. Linda Scotti prepared this recipe at our January 5, 2019, Learn to be Vegetarian talk, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.Cream of Tomato Soup with Indian SpicesRahul Mendiratta prepared this delicious Cream of Tomato Soup with Indian Spices at our January 12, 2019 Indian Cuisine cooking demo, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.Cucumber and Mint RaitaThis refreshing yogurt salad is often served with spicy Indian dishes. It typically features dairy
yogurt, but for a vegan version, experiment with unsweetened alternatives..Energy Boosting HalvaLavina Sethi prepared this Energy Boosting Halva at our December 8th, 2018 Delicious Desserts cooking class, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.Gingery Tofu with Bell PeppersThis versatile, savory dish can be served over rice or as a wrap in flatbread. Easy to make, it is sure to become a family favorite.Indian Pea CutletsWe offer our Westernized version of this delicious Indian classic.Indian Potatoes and CauliflowerA touch of turmeric brings a golden glow to this satisfying Indian specialty, called Aloo-Gobi Subji.Kashmiri-Style CauliflowerOur recipe is a regal presentation often served at Indian weddings with rice pilaf and naan (Indian bread).