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SmartyPlants - Plant Based Weekly Meal Plan - Released on 3-11-22


By SmartyPlants | March 11, 2022
Hey Weekly Meal Planners!
This week, we decided to pay tribute to the beauty of Indian food!
We LOVE Indian food! ❤️
It’s packed with warm and toasty spices, sweet and savory flavors, vibrant colors, fresh herbs, a little heat, and magical healing powers.
What’s not to love? 😍
If you are not familiar with Indian cuisine, the exotic ingredients and unfamiliar dishes can be intimidating—
Aloo Gabi, Chana Masala, Biryani, Vindaloo, Chaat, Naan, Dosa, Paneer, Paratha, Raita, OH MY! 😲
We get it.
But, if you step out of your comfort zone a bit and give these simple, traditional dishes a try, you’ll discover a whole new world of amazing flavors. 🍲
We’ll be with you every step of the way, to help you create super flavorful, beautiful, soul and body nourishing meals. And, we kept things very simple to get you started!
This week, we give you:
⭐️Mung Dal with Tomatoes, Cilantro and Coconut⭐️
⭐️Samosas with Cilantro Mint Chutney⭐️
⭐️Bhindi Masala (Stewed Okra)⭐️

Mung Dal with Tomatoes, Cilantro and Coconut
We LOVE Indian food! Indian food is all about the spices, the sweet and savory flavors, the heat, the vibrant colors, the fresh herbs and the health benefits. What’s not to love? We’re using split yellow mung beans for our Dal.“Dal” refers to a split version of lentils, peas, chickpeas, and other legumes. If a bean or lentil is split in half, it is a dal. Dal is also the name for a thick purée or stew made from these legumes. Dal is not only mouth-wateringly delicious, it’s one of the simplest dishes to make. We make our Dal with yellow mung dal which is made from mung beans which are used in Ayurvedic cooking because of their nutrients, antioxidants and healing powers. One more thing to love about our Dal!

Plant Based Vegan Mung Dal with Tomatoes, Cilantro and Coconut
Samosas with Cilantro Mint Chutney
Samosas are a popular street food in India, as well as most Indian restaurants around the world. These savory little pies are stuffed with a delicious potato filling, mixed with onions, peas and warm spices. They’re typically shaped into triangular little cones and served with a sauce or chutney on the side. We make ours simple and shape them into cute little half moons. They can be served as a starter to an Indian meal, or as the meal itself! Our Cilantro Mint Chutney adds a fresh pop of flavors and a delicious compliment to the warm spiciness of the samosas.

Plant Based Vegan Samosas with Cilantro Mint Chutney


Bhindi Masala (Stewed Okra)
This okra dish is a perfect side dish to any Indian meal. We use frozen okra to keep things simple, tomatoes, coconut milk and warm spices. A squeeze of lime and a handful of chopped cilantro is added at the end for a pop of freshness. Super nutritious and super flavorful!

Plant Based Vegan Bhindi Masala - Stewed Okra


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