My Legume Love Affair #31: the roundup (part one) 1
Hosting the 31st edition of MLLA, created and orchestrated by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook was, as in previous occasions, a lot of fun. Throughout the month of January, I have received contributions from around the world, delicious variations (savory or sweet) on the theme of legumes.
Hosting an event means having the pleasure of collecting and then sharing the collection, of savoring in solitude each dish as it comes into my mailbox, and then inviting everybody to the final banquet.
For each submission, I will give you the official information (author, blog name and post title) and a one-line description that summarizes it — a tiny taste that will entice you to follow the link and read the details.
Now, make yourself comfortable, then follow me on a journey of flavors, colors, traditions and culinary creativity.
Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen prepared Poee/Poli bread with spicy black eyed peas curry (from Goa) — Goan cuisine includes addition of vinegar, spices and chili powder resulting in a unique taste to curries
To facilitate reading, I have divided the submissions into two sets. The roundup of My Legume Love Affair #31 continues in this post: please, follow me there to savor another set of delicious dishes from all over the world.
1 A note about the title of my post: legumi che passione! is not the literal translation, but my personal rendition of the original My Legume Love Affair.