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Vegan Richa’s Everyday Kitchen: Epic Anytime Recipes with a World of Flavour is Richa Hingle’s 2nd cookbook. I loved her first, Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen, so I was excited to review this one too.
In this vegan cookbook review, I try:
– Richa’s Brownies,
– Easiest Black Bean Burgers,
– Celery Ranch Sauce, and
– Firecracker Cauliflower

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More of my favourite things:


Richa’s Brownies:

Easiest Black Bean Burgers:

Celery Ranch:

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6 thoughts on “VEGAN RICHA’S EVERYDAY KITCHEN COOKBOOK REVIEW (with recipes!) | Mary’s Test Kitchen

  1. I would love to see reviews for Bosh!’s cookbook when that’s out, Vegan 100 by Gaz Oakley, and Sweet Potato Soul’s cookbook as well! Really enjoy your cookbook reviews 🙂

  2. I often reduce sugar by half in western dessert recipes. When did sugary desserts get so sugary? I could swear most desserts used to be lighter… My 9yo doesn’t like the sugar levels either so it’s not just me getting old. ?!

    1. Tahini Kill I do the same! Everyone in my family are the same. It’s one of the reasons I can’t do cupcakes, the icing is SO SWEET. Cupcakes aren’t really a thing here in Sweden though.

  3. I definitely need this cookbook in my life, thanks for sharing some recipes! When I do vegan ranch, nootch is not invited to the party! I use vegan sour cream, dillweed, onion powder, garlic powder, parsley, salt and a tiny bit of sweetener of your choice. Let it sit overnight and you will be shocked at how ranchy it is..thin it out with non dairy milk for more of a dressing consistency

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