Awesome and Inspirational #maltameatfreeweek

We are in Day 3 of the #maltameatfreeweek challenge and the response is AWESOME and INSPIRATIONAL. The volume of photos of food tagging us on Instagram and Facebook and on our facebook group Plant Based Malta is simply great. Let me give you a peak of all the beautiful food that we are seeing.

You can find a splash of colours and flavours. There is inspiration for wet days like the ones we will have this week.

Many are also sharing their recipes and helping others …like the food prepared by Alison Casha.

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My first contribution for #meatfreeweek is a healthy Indian curry recipe – Aloo Gobi. another one-pot recipe with the main ingredients being potatoes and cauliflower. It’s gluten and dairy free too 😀 For 2 persons chop 1 medium onion, peel, dice and boil 2 medium sized potatoes, prepare 1 small cauliflower, cleaned and separated into small florets, 1 tomato chopped into small cubes. Method: heat 1 tablespoon vegetable oil in a pan and add 1 tablespoon ginger & garlic paste 1 teaspoon ground fenugreek, ground cumin, ground coriander, curry powder, turmeric and a pinch of red chilli powder – mix well. Add the chopped onion and tomatoes allowing to cook well, then top with enough hot water to create a gravy. Add the boiled potatoes and cauliflower florets, make sure these are well covered by the gravy and allow to simmer for 20mins until the cauliflower is tender. Add chopped parsley leaves and 1 cup coconut cream. Allow to simmer a few minutes until the sauce thickens. In the meantime prepare your favourite rice, I like Basmati. Thanks @barbuto.natural for all the organic and pesticide-free vegetables from Sicily which allow me to create different recipes every day of the week! #barbuto #autumn #veggies #vegan #curry #plantbased #plants #malta #healthy #plantpower #eatclean #easy #cleaneating #crueltyfree #dairyfree #glutenfree #meatlessmonday #maltameatfreeweek #zebbug #villagelife @vegan @weareveganuary @peta @veganoutreach @thehumaneleague @veganmalta

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Or even some lovely food to eat at restaurants and eateries that are participating in the challenge.

Whatever it is keep tagging us. We are thrilled 🙂


Author: Darryl Grima

Darryl Grima is Veggy Malta's Editor. He became vegetarian over 30 years ago and over the years became always more plant based. He recalls a time when Malta was not so vegetarian and vegan friendly. Apart from campaigning and raising awareness on plant based issues he is also active in environmental and animal welfare organisations. He holds a Diploma in Political Studies and a Masters in Business Administration.

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