The #1 Cuisine to Master if You’re a Vegetarian

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It’s simple math… when 30 percent of a population of 1.3 billion people eat a vegetarian diet, there’s a good chance they know what they’re doing!

I was never a big fan of indian food due to the americanized version I grew up on, but once I tasted the real authentic stuff I fell in love. I’ve learned so many incredible techniques over the years when its comes to Indian cuisine, and i’m just starting to scratch the surface. This video should help you get started!
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1:20 – Essentials
3:28 – Spinach
7:05 – Butternut Squash
10:03 – Eggplant
13:07 – Flatbreads

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Suryansh Singh says:

WELL I AM ASSUMING LAST BREAD YOU MADE WAS PARATHA , ON DAILY BASIS WE GENERALLY MAKE ROTI AND NOT PARATHA SINCE ITS NOT TOO HEALTHY. BUT I AM NOT SURE BUT GENERALLY PEOPLE DON'T KEEP DOUGH OVERNIGHT, FOR FEW KINDS THEN SURE THAT MAY HAPPEN BUT FOR PARATHA AND ROTI PEOPLE PREFER DOING IT FRESH BECAUSE ITS A BIT DIFFICULT IF IT DRIES. AND THAT PARATHA IS MUCH MORE THINNER WITH GHEE ON BOTH SIDES. I MAY BE WRONG IF THAT BREAD WASN'T PARATHA.

Tuhin Datta says:

The last one is bengan ka bharta. Very common

Dion Govender says:

Vegan alternatives: use olive oil instead of ghee, any oil actually. Not as moreish, but still quite good. Mix in a spoon of vegan butter if you like at the end. Vegetable ghee also available. Use coconut milk or soy milk for any recipe needing milk. Other plant milks just have this "not quite right" feel for me.

Tina Trindade says:

Wash the chana dal at least thrice before you soak it for a while before cooking it.

Vandana Nagpal says:

U are messing u the bread

Swathi Suvarna says:

Yeah
Please become vegetarian

Biglittle things says:

I see most of the comments here are from Indian lol.. although we know everything that he is cooking.. we like to here good stuffs about us.
All Indians eat veggies like more than 70% of their time than non- veg

Pooja Shenoy says:

Thank you so much for saying that traditional Indian cooking is so much different from the trash they serve in most restaurants. Thank you! Finally!

insight insight says:

NEVER BUY STORE BOUGHT GARAM MASALA follow a recipe and always make your own. The store-bought garam masala is always 70%-80% roasted cumin powder and coriander powder. You have to add a lot more than is needed and that sometimes make the food taste bitter.

Vlad The Inhaler says:

"They cook the shit out of spinach."LOL

DM says:

He is only white i approved to cook Indian food..maybe better than some Indians!!

Ernesto Garcia says:

brother hands down!! i got tu learn indian veg cooking

CorCor says:

I never go to an Indian restaurant and worry about the menu! There's always something great for me to eat. 🙂

Naresh Sood says:

Easy way to describe Indian cooking. Well done.
Egg Plant dish is called : Bhartha ( like name Bertha)

Nafisha Lobo says:

Anyone wants no spice Indian recipe?

Sauté 1 diced onions and 1/2 atomato wait till the tomatoes get mushy.
Add some grated coconut, the more u used the better it tastes.
Add the spinach.
Any kind chicken or vegetable stock not necessary.
Taste it lol and c if it needs salt.
Add a little water/it is supposed to b mushy but not too mushy.

Nafisha Lobo says:

I Knew it I fucking knew it!!!!!!!!!! as a Indian when I eat Sabji or vegetable cooked with spices I don’t miss meat or chicken or pork. I’m kinda bored of eating non veg lol but I really like vegetables

Human Being says:

Being as Indian I am impressed you are cooking Indian food ☺️☺️

Naveen Kumar says:

it's called baigan ka bharta…(eggplant tomato stew)

91rummy says:

Lentils are a crucial part of Indian vegetarian food.. I mean diet..

Anwesha Basu says:

In some parts of India, like Bengal, we don't put onion and garlic in our vegetarian dishes. It's like a subset of Indian vegetarian food. The food is super delicious none the less. You can check that out too (Bengali cuisine).

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