Wednesday, 31 October 2018

October Eat Your Greens Round Up


I am sad to see October end, its my favourite month for many reasons, but welcome November
We received seven lovely contributions to #EatYourGreens this month.  
The first recipe comes from Linsy Patel who blogs over at Home Cook Food.  Linsy shared with us some of her Jowar Flour - Thepla - Sorghum Flour Flatbreads made with fenugreek, coriander and mint. 
Next we have Johanna from Green Gourmet Giraffe with a dreamy Creamy Spring Risotto Soup made with leeks, peas and my husbands favourite green vegetable - asparagus.
Lisa's Kitchen makes a welcome return and shares with us a silky bowl of Palak Paneer - Spinach with Cheese.  I would be so happy to tuck into this with the fenugreek flatbreads shared above. 
Teresa from Affectioknit shares with us her dinner and movie which include a lovely bowl of Split Pea Soup served with spinach and green beans. By the way, the movie she was watching was ParaNorman - have you watched it?!
We have another soup, this time from Laura who blogs over at Touchwood.  Laura shared Detox Balance Soup made with green lentils, leeks and lots of other vegetables, it even got the thumbs up from her kids. 
My co-host the Veg Hog shared a rather comforting Stuffed Potatoes Skins with Leeks and cheese, now don't you want to stick your folk in?! I do.
And finally my own contribution is this Black Chickpeas Salad with Coriander.  

Thank you to all the contributors for taking time to share their recipes with #EatYourGreens recipes, both and my co-host The Veg Hog really appreciate your participating and hope you will continue to support us as long as we continue to host.  

Now please to on over to The Veg Hog who will be hosting #EatYourGreens challenge in November.  Please Follow this link on how to join in if your new.  

7 comments:

  1. Those fenugreek flatbreads though! They look so perfect. Some of those and a vegan paneer palak, and I'd be happy as you like!

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  2. These recipes all look so nice and they are also very versatile, what a good round! I hope that November will be as successful.

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    1. Thanks VegHog looking forward to the November Round up

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  3. It all looks delicious - though I see autumn creeping into so many blogs and I feel so lucky to have spring vegies and fruit and light evenings. Though I love all the comforting warming soups and wintery food.

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    1. Thanks Johanna, Yes - one of the reasons I love blogging is t see what is in season in other parts of the world

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