Indianlife's Samosas Mixed Vegetables is a western twist on an eastern classic, combining tender sweetcorn, spiced potato, peas, carrots and onions. This vegan-friendly meal features only non-GMO ingredients and can be ready to eat in minutes.
For your next batch of spring rolls, try using Six Fortune's Rice Paper. Made from rice and tapioca starch, this thin, edible paper is easy to work with and has a mild flavour that won't distract your taste buds from the star of the show: the vegetable filling you put inside.
Are you looking for a side for your next meal? Then check out Jyoti Natural Foods' Matar-Paneer. This classic Indian vegetable dish contains sweet green peas and Indian paneer cheese in a tomato and onion sauce.
If you're looking for a unique side for your next meal, check out Indianlife's Pakora Mixed Vegetables. To make this great appetizer, cabbage, peas, potatoes, carrots and other fresh vegetables are deep-fried in batter.
If you love potatoes and chickpeas, you'll love Tasty Bite's Bombay Potatoes. Slow-cooked in a robustly spiced sauce, this blend of potatoes, chickpeas, fresh tomatoes and onions makes a delicious vegetarian addition to any meal.
If you're looking for a tantalizing taste of India, try Tasty Bite's Punjab Eggplant. A mild tomato and onion sauce covers eggplant, balancing subtle sweetness with a slight kick of Punjabi seasoning. Pair it with rice, or use it as a dip for naan.
Are you looking for a side for your next meal? Then check out Jyoti Natural Foods' Punjabi Chhole. Aromatic spices and a tangy sauce cover chickpeas with potatoes in this classic Indian dish. Serve it with bread or couscous or as a side dish.
Are you looking for a side for your next meal? Then check out Jyoti Natural Foods' Delhi Saag. Ginger, hot peppers and lemon juice enhance the flavour of spinach and mustard greens, making this the perfect vegetable side or topping for pasta.
Are you looking for a side for your next meal? Then check out Jyoti Natural Foods' Dal Makhani. This high protein, low-fat dish works as an entrée, side dish, soup or as a wrap filling. If you're planning to use it as a wrap filling, make sure you don't add any water when you heat it.
If you're looking for an authentic taste of India, try Tasty Bites Bangle Lentils. In this gluten free and vegan-friendly meal, whole lentils simmer in a light gravy of aromatic herbs and spices. Serve this over your favourite rice.