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Two delicious vegan recipes that will make you want to convert

Whether you are vegan or not, these delectable dishes will win you over.

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Nov 01, 2019, 05.56 PM IST
​​​Vegan Quinoa and Citrus Salad
Vegan Quinoa and Citrus Salad.
There are countless reasons to go vegan. A plant-based diet is not just good for you, but for the environment as well.

Veganism is said to be beneficial for the heart, reduce the risk of diabetes, in addition to advocating a cruelty-free world for animals.

Whether you are already a convert, or toeing the idea of turning vegan, these delicious dishes can help. Healthy, easy-to-make, and great to serve even at parties, these recipes are sure to make it to your favourites.

So this World Vegan Day, put on the chef's hat and whip up a meal that'll make you smile.

Vegan Quinoa and C
itrus S alad

Boiled white quinoa: 100 gm
Bell pepper brunoise: 20 gm
Valencia orange segments: 40 gm
Olive brunoise: 6 gm
Pesto: 5 gm
Lemon juice: 7 ml
Extra virgin olive oil: 15 ml
Sea salt as per taste
Crushed black pepper: 3 gm
Assorted baby lettuce for garnish
Olive halves for garnish

- Take quinoa, bell peppers, olive brunoise, lemon juice, extra virgin olive oil, black pepper and sea salt in a bowl, and mix
- Arrange orange segments on a round plate. Place a ring mould on it and set the quinoa salad in it
- Remove the mould
- Garnish with lettuce, pesto, and olive halves
- Serve chilled

(Courtesy: Trident, Udaipur)

Tandoori Phalon Ki Chaat

Tandoori Phalon Ki Chaat

Sweet chutney ( Saunth): 200 gm
Mint chutney: 600 gm
Juice of 10 lemons
Red chilli powder: 70 gm
Refined oil: 150 ml
Salt: 10 gm
Guava: 600 gm
Melon: 500 gm
Pineapple: 450 gm
Apple: 400 gm
Pears: 400 gm
Pomegranate seeds: 200 gm
Black salt: 100 gm
Chaat masala: 100 gm
Fresh coriander leaves

- Peel and cut the fruits into dices
- Marinate the diced fruits with salt and chilli powder, lemon juice and little sweet chutney
- Roast the marinated fruits in tandoor till cooked
- Remove from skewers and let them cool
- Take a salad mixing bowl, add all the roasted fruits, black salt, chaat masala, lemon juice and mint chutney
- Mix well. Then put them on bamboo skewers and arrange on a platter
- Garnish with pomegranate seeds

(Courtesy: Trident, Agra)

Going Green: Starbucks Junks Straws, WeWork Says No To Red Meat

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WeWorkLast week in an internal memo, WeWork co-founder Miguel McKelvey announced that it will no longer serve any red meat, poultry or pork at company events or expense any employee meals that include meat in a bid to reduce environmental impact. This new rule also includes any self-serve kiosks installed in some of its 400 co-working buildings. According to McKelvey, “Avoiding meat is one of the biggest things an individual can do to reduce their personal environmental impact, even more than switching to a hybrid car.”In Pic: Miguel McKelvey, co-founder, WeWork.(Image: Twitter/MiguelMcKelvey)

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