My Legume Love Affair #31: the roundup (part two) 1
To facilitate reading, I have divided the submissions I have received into two sets. The roundup of My Legume Love Affair #31 started in this post and continues here.
Make yourself comfortable, then follow me on a journey of flavors, colors, traditions and culinary creativity. For each submission, I will give you the official information (author, blog name and post title) and a one-line description that summarizes it.
If reading about all these great recipes has inspired you and you would like to participate, My Legume Love Affair #32 just started and is hosted by Sandy of Sandhya's Kitchen. The deadline for submitting of your legume dish is February 28. You can always find out who is hosting on this page.
At the end of this portion of the roundup, I reveal the lucky winner of the event prizes.
Smitha of Kannada Cuisine prepared Alasande dantu Sapneeru / Spicy broth and braised black eyed peas and red spinach — Sapneeru is a very healthy dish, made with practically any vegetable, any greens and any pulses
Johanna of Green Gourmet Giraffe prepared Aussie bbq tofu with rice noodles and carrot salad
A spice mix for red meat is used to rub tofu and some thoughts about the floods are shared
Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook prepared Shiruko - Japanese Mochi and Azuki Bean Dessert Soup
A sweet slurp of red azuki bean broth decorated with a floating raft of grilled mochi
Cinzia of Cindystar prepared Chickpea & Leek Cream Soup with Ginger (and Vanilla)
A hot, creamy soup that will warm you up and even give a sort of embrace to your stomach
And now the announcement of the winner of any cookbook or food-related book selected from Amazon U.S. (valued at not more than 15USD for the book itself) and of a Hurst Bean Box (a case of six bags of the winner's choice of Hurst Bean products). I used a random integer generator and the program gave me the number 2. The 2nd name in the list of participants to submit an entry (minus the host, the organizer and previous winners) was Siri of Cooking with Siri. Congratulations to the winner! Susan will contact the lucky winner to arrange the shipment.
Thank you so much to all who participated and made this edition of MLLA a success!
I believe all the submissions I have received are presented in the roundup. However, mishaps are part of life, so if you find anything missing or in need of amendment anywhere in the roundup, please do let me know.
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.