Tasty Vegetarian Recipes

Vegetables are important protective food and highly beneficial for the maintenance of health and prevention of disease. They contain valuable food ingredients like vitamins, minerals and fiber which can be help build up and repair the body. Here are two great vegetarian recipes for all of you moms who can not get their children to…

Vegetables are important protective food and highly beneficial for the maintenance of health and prevention of disease. They contain valuable food ingredients like vitamins, minerals and fiber which can be help build up and repair the body. Here are two great vegetarian recipes for all of you moms who can not get their children to eat vegetables and all those vegetarians who are tired of salad.

To make VEGETABLE CASHEW KEBAB you'll need following ingredients:

2 medium potatoes – chopped

2 small onions – chopped

C cup peas

1 cup cauliflower florets

1 “piece ginger – crushed

5-6 garlic flakes – crushed

1 green chili – finely chopped

2 tsp tomato sauce

1 t tsp salt

2 tbsp chopped fresh cilantro

10 – 12 cashew nuts – finely chopped

4 tbsp croutons

Cook potatoes, peas, onions and cauliflower with 1 cup water. Drain the excess water and mash the vegetables.

Add ginger, garlic, green chilies, and salt and tomato sauce to the mashed vegetables. Add croutons, cashew nuts and cilantro.
Break off small balls of the vegetable mixture and pat them into flat circular shapes about “” thick, with the palms of your hands.

Heat 4 – 5 tbsp oil in a frying pan and fry gently over medium heat, turning once.
Remove on a kitchen towel to remove excess oil and serve.

To make TAPIOCA AND POTATO FRIES you'll need the following ingredients:

2 medium potatoes – chopped

1 cup tapioca pearls

2 tbsp fresh chopped cilantro

C cup powdered peanuts

1 green chili – finely chopped

1 tsp salt

Soak the tapioca pearls in warm water for 3 hours.

Cook and mash the potatoes. Add tapioca, cilantro, peanuts, cilantro, green chili and salt.
Break off small balls of the vegetable mixture and pat them into flat circular shapes about “” thick, with the palms of your hands.

Heat 4 – 5 tbsp oil in a frying pan and fry gently over medium heat, turning once.
Remove on a kitchen towel to remove excess oil and serve.