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Recette de cuisine Marmiton

Recette de cuisine Marmiton

Jackfruit adds moisture and a pull-apart texture to these incredible seitan-based vegan ribs. No one will believe they are fat-free!

Jackfruit adds moisture and a pull-apart texture to these incredible seitan-based vegan ribs. No one will believe they are fat-free! I wanna try these with a little flour maybe chickpea and rice.

Introducing the Frankie! India's flavorful street food, also called a Mumbai Burrito. This vegan version is bursting with flavor- filled with curry mashed potatoes, roasted Indian cauliflower and chickpeas, fresh spinach, mint chutney and pickled onions.| www.feastingathome.com

Introducing the Frankie! India's flavorful street food, also called a Mumbai Burrito. This vegan version is bursting with flavor- filled with curry mashed potatoes, roasted Indian cauliflower and chickpeas, fresh spinach, mint chutney and pickled onions.| www.feastingathome.com

Introducing the Frankie! India's flavorful street food, also called a Mumbai Burrito. This vegan version is bursting with flavor- filled with curry mashed potatoes, roasted Indian cauliflower and chickpeas, fresh spinach, mint chutney and pickled onions.| www.feastingathome.com

Introducing the Frankie! India's flavorful street food, also called a Mumbai Burrito. This vegan version is bursting with flavor- filled with curry mashed potatoes, roasted Indian cauliflower and chickpeas, fresh spinach, mint chutney and pickled onions.| www.feastingathome.com

Ash Reshteh, made with herbs, legumes, and noodles is the most popular & famous "thick soup" across all regions of Iran, especially during winter. It is also one of the main dishes of Norooz (Persian new year - starts 20-21st march). It is very similar to the Italian Minestrone.

Ash Reshteh, made with herbs, legumes, and noodles is the most popular & famous "thick soup" across all regions of Iran, especially during winter. It is also one of the main dishes of Norooz (Persian new year - starts 20-21st march). It is very similar to the Italian Minestrone.