Masala Tea CakeEnjoy a slice of this delicious tea cake and fill your home with the sweet smell of warming spices.Indian Delights PAV BHAJIThis popular Indian street food can be found everywhere in Mumbai. It’s so tasty and easy to make, you won’t need to charter a ticket to India. Delight your family and serve at home. This delicious vegan version was demoed by Vimi Shukla at Veggie Fest 2019. Red Lentil DalDal, prepared from a variety of beans, split peas, or lentils, is served at almost every Indian meal.Indian Pea CutletsWe offer our Westernized version of this delicious Indian classic.Moong DalMoong Dal is a delicious way to enjoy the health benefits of the Mung bean. In addition to being very high in protein, this humble bean has antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Enjoy!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.Chana MasalaTo highlight a special dinner, serve this easy rendition of Indian-style chickpeas with rice and plain nondairy yogurt.Kashmiri-Style CauliflowerOur recipe is a regal presentation often served at Indian weddings with rice pilaf and naan (Indian bread).Saag Paneer (Veganized)Saag Paneer is a delicious curried, creamed Indian entrée that contains spinach, cream, and fresh cheese cubes called paneer. This vegan version uses a variety of greens, tofu instead of paneer, and cashews instead of cream. It is very low in fat and sodium.ChapatisThese chewy, flat rounds of whole wheat bread are traditionally served at every Indian meal.Whole Wheat PurisThese delicate puffs of deep-fried bread make a wonderful accompaniment to an Indian dinner.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.