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from Monsoon Spice | Unveil the Magic of Spices...

Creamy Tofu and Pepper Curry Recipe

Creamy Tofu and Pepper Curry ~ Vegan curry of capsicums/bell peppers cooked in a mildly spiced creamy tofu and tomato gravy Recipe:


Unveil the Magic of Spices...: Creamy Tofu and Pepper Curry Recipe | Vegan Tofu and Capsicum Curry

♂ Still Life Food Styling food photography Purple Peppers - EcoGentleman

from Nicky's Kitchen Sanctuary

Penne Arrabiata with Mozzarella and Chorizo

Penne Arrabiata with Mozzarella and Chorizo - a delicious twist on the classic!

from A Mummy Too

Pepper quiche cups

Rich egg quiches in pepper cups for breakfast? I think YES! They're low carb, vegetarian and delicious.

from sofeminine

7 Healthy Meal Prep Ideas You Won't Get Bored Of

7 Healthy Meal Prep Ideas You Won’t Get Bored Of

from Etsy

Organic Heirloom RARE 5 Black Deep Purple Pepper Seeds Bell Sweet Pepper F1 Vegetable Seeds Garden Seeds F66

ø¤º°`°º SAVE MORE ø¤º°`°º ø Shipping Cost is USD$0.10 EACH for the Additional Items. _.__.__.___.___._____.______._______._________. Over 400 varieties to fill your garden, feel free to visit _.__.__.___.___._____.______._______._________. Name: Black/Deep Purple Pepper Quantity: 5 Bulk Seeds Description: Crisp and succulent, these stocky bell peppers are ready to eat when the fruits turn a stunning, deep purple color with a green undertone. Four-lobed, thick-walled fruits grow on vigorous and very productive plants. Fruit measures 3-3 inches long x 2 -3 inches wide. It's an interesting novelty to add to your salads and cooking. How to grow 1. Fill the containers of a plastic grow tray with a soil mixture of one part native soil from your garden, one part compost and one part sand. Make sure the elements of the mixture are evenly disbursed before filling the tray. 2. Place the seedlings gently under the soil and water until moist. Wrap the tray with cellophane to conserve the moisture and create a humid environment. 3. Place the seedlings beneath a sunny window. Peppers tend to germinate faster in temperatures of 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit so the sunnier, the better. Make sure the soil is always moist and keep the cellophane tightly wrapped until sprouts emerge, which can take anywhere from 1 to 6 weeks. Once sprouts are showing, remove the cellophane. 4. Transplant the seedlings to their permanent location one week after sprouting. However, do not plant the seedlings outside if the temperatures are below 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Allow the seedlings to grow indoors until the temperature adjusts.

from The Purple Pumpkin Blog

Christmas Cakes {Ideas & Inspiration}

Mini Christmas Cake decorating ideas!

from Tinned Tomatoes

Mini Margherita Muffin Pizzas with Jalapenos

An Easy Mediterranean Tart from @tinnedtoms that will feed a family of four for less than £7 (with wedges and mini corn on the cobs too). It's so simple to make and tastes delicious. The whole family will love this vegan friendly dinner.


Skinny Tomato and Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Skinny Tomato and Roasted Red Pepper Soup! Only 80 yummy calories a cup and so easy to make!