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December 12, 2021

It's fresh, it's crunchy, it's healthy. It's light on the stomach and so much fun to eat! Serves 3-4

Ingredients

1 tablespoon olive oil 
1 teaspoon garlic paste
2 cup chopped mixed vegetables like carrots, french beans, capsicum, sweet corn, spring onions and broccoli
2 tablespoon Tandoori Masala
1 iceburg lettuce washed and leaves separated
Coriander mint yogurt sauce

Instructions 

1. In a deep pan heat some olive oil. Once the oil reaches its smoke point add in the garlic and all the vegetables and stir fry them for 30 seconds on high flame. Add in the tandoori powder and sauté for another 30 seconds. Switch off the flame.

2. We do not want to overcook the vegetables so they retain a nice crunch. Remove them in a serving bowl and keep aside. 

3. For the sauce, blend together 1 cup coriander leaves, 1/2 cup mint leaves, 1 green chilli, salt and 1/4 cup yogurt of your choice. Remove in a bowl and keep aside. 

4. Now assemble the lettuce cups, the vegetables and the sauce in a serving tray along with some coriander leaves & spring onions for garnish. Take a cup, throw some vegetables in, drizzle the sauce, sprinkle the garnish and you're done!

Thank you @1teaspoonlove for this creation!




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