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We all need an easy dhal recipe to have up our sleeve – and hopefully this is gonna be yours. It’s light, flavoursome, and will taste so much better than getting takeaway (I promise!).

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Finding some leftover vegetables in the fridge, and a craving for something saucy and light over rice – I threw together this veggie-laden stir fry. The edamame and broccolini (one of my new fave veg) add contrast through both colour and texture.

I personally love tofu puffs in this recipe as they soak up all the lovely sauce, but feel free to sub in any other type of fried/firm tofu.

While I originally served this stir fry separately with rice, the next day when I took the leftovers over to a friend’s, we created a fried rice type dish by heating and mixing the vegetables and rice together which worked equally well.

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I’m not going to make any excuses for my prolonged absence from the interwebs and instead I’ll launch immediately into this delightful recipe. Yay.

My friend Emma from work (who provides me with many delicious recipes) took the time to type this one out for me by hand from her book The Cook’s Encyclopedia of Vegetarian Cooking by Linda Fraser. As soon it landed in my inbox I knew I had to try it. As per her suggestion I’ve left out the sun-dried tomato that was in the original recipe, and served it with a spicy red chilli and pinenut oil dressing of my own creation.

It is good to be back =)

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