We love the fact that Eggplants cook fast and are a nutrient dense flowers (yes, they are flowers, even though we know of them as vegetable)! They are great low carb, high fiber and packed with a lot of vitamins and antioxidants."Achaari Baingan (Tangy Eggplant)"
If you’re running out of interesting vegetables to try out, Turnips (also known as Shalgam) just may be your next great pick! Often overlooked in the vegetable aisle, Turnips are loaded with lots of vitamins and minerals and low in calories and carbs. Feel free to enjoy this root vegetable curry with chapatis or rotis or add a little extra water for a great curry to have with rice. Try this delicious Shalgam Curry and…"Turnip (Shalgam) Curry"
Quinoa has been given the “Superfoods’ title for awhile and has been wearing the tiara like a true princess! It is a great addition to all the grains and seeds we eat to keep our carb count down and our protein intake high while still being a vegan or a vegetarian. This wonderfully refreshing salad has all the properties of being addictive, it is beautiful to look at, smells great and the taste and flavors…"Healthy Quinoa Salad"
We just love Cabbage, as it is the unsung hero in our kitchens! Why? Well, for starters, it has a long shelf-life in the fridge and we use it when all other vegetables are finished! The other reason is that it is a vegetable that cooks fast, so it’s great to have on hand when you have little time to prepare a meal. Cabbage is a versatile vegetable that can be backed, steamed, sautéed and…"Cabbage Poriyal | Bandh Gobi Subzi"
So when do you make this Egg Drop Curry? Scenario 1: There is not a single vegetable in the house! Scenario 2: There is not a single vegetable that you or your family wants to eat, in the house! Scenario 3: You are too tired to cook! Scenario 4: You don’t know what to cook! Scenario 5: You ask everyone what they want to eat, and you get “anything…”!"Egg Drop Curry | Pantry Staples Recipe"