Fall flavors are taking over, but I’m trying not to go too wild with just pumpkin and pumpkin spice. I whipped up this variation on traditional hummus with a little back-kick of sweetness from butternut squash. The trick is that you actually can totally sub in pumpkin or sweet potato since you’ll get a really similar taste and consistency with any of them. But I chose the squash this time around, and I did not regret it.
I know, its been a long time, I apologize. Coming back from a trip home, that too after dropping off baby boy at school; it takes time to get back to being somewhat normal, but Im getting there and being in the kitchen, experimenting, definitely helps.
South Indian cuisine has its own charm. I havent made the aforementioned statement just because i am a South Indian. When one gives a little thought to the ways of eating in South India, the realisation that the need to cook vegan or gluten free meals come to an end very quickly. And that too in a delicious way. Because a majority of the south Indian cuisine is predominantly vegan and gluten free.