Joseba Elorza (Spain)
Spanish illustrator and artist Joseba Elorza studied to become sound technician and later spent a couple of unfruitful years in art school. It was all this synesthesic hodgepodge where MiraRuido (Mira = look, see; Ruido = noise) sprang from. Today, the former sound thechnician makes a living with his unique digital collages, blended with humor, fantasy, sci-fi and surrealism. © All images courtesy of the artist
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If you were at all unsure about whether vegetarian food could be varied and tasty then by the end of this blog post you’re going to be itching to get cooking using some (or all?!) of the awesome recipes we’re featuring from Veggie Zest. You might have noticed that we often do a mix of savoury and sweet stuff for these blogs, but sometimes it skews a lot to the sweeter side of food. People LOVE sweet treats, but the savoury stuff Pallavi cooks just looks incredible! Let’s focus on that today shall we?
Although Pallavi was born in India, she’s lived all over the world, and it really shows in her cooking. You can find pretty much any cuisine you’re looking for here (often with an Indian twist), from homemade Chinese Gua Bao Steamed Buns to Spaghetti and Meatless Meatballs to Hummus Trio & Baba Ghanoush. No matter where the food is from, it all looks incredible.
Of course theres plenty of Indian inspired dishes too, which look equally as good. Some that really caught my eye are the simple Okra Fritters, Jackfruit Pilaf, and Achari Baingan. Wash any of those down with some Mango-ade and you’re well and truly sorted!
We try our very best to have a good mix of meat based and vegetarian recipes, but the one thing we haven’t got a lot of is tofu. Luckily Pallavi has a couple of awesome tofu recipes that might even convert us to tofu lovers. Spicy Tofu Balls is a really interesting one… I’ve never though of blending tofu with another ingredient. Must try this sometime!
So there you have it… A feast of savoury, vegetarian dishes that would satisfy anyone. We’re inspired to try out a few meatless meals based on this, but what to you reckon? Also, although we focused on savoury, Pallavi also makes loads of awesome sweet stuff… Go check it out on her blog (I’m looking at Mixed Nut Brittle) and get cooking! :D
Our favourite recipe: Love the look of this Veggie Bread! Hidden veg option for the kids maybe? :)
Top reason to follow Pallavi: A treasure trove of creative vegetarian recipes to get inspired by.
Other stuff to check out: Keep up to date with Veggie Zest recipes via Facebook.
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no.157 - let it be, heal, g r o w .
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