I love Indian food! There’s not much that can beat it. So delicous, it can be very frugal too when you use lots of lentils! In my goal to make different lacto-ferments to go with every type of dish I eat I knew that an Indian inspired one was in order. This kraut is one of my new favorites. It’s a perfect accompenment to any Indian dish, and all my Maylasain dishes too.
This post is part of Hearth and Soul, Simply Lives Thursday, Pennywise Platter Thurday
Thanks so much for this recipe Katie Mae! Can’t wait to try it at home. I’ve been trying to compile a list of great sauerkraut recipes to try out and find out which ones are my favorite. Definitely going to give this one a shot. I’ll report back with how it went!
Katie Mae Stanley
Penny @ Single Cup Coffee Maker
I have been learning about the benefits of lacto-fermented food and am collecting some recipes. This one goes into my collection for sure!
Alex, I’ve been trying to do the same but still forget sometimes.
Thanks Alea!! 🙂
I love how you combined Indian flavors with Kraut. This sounds delicious! thanks for sharing with the Hearth and Soul Hop.
BTW, I am your latest follower.
a moderate life
Katie! I am a HUGE fan of kraut and Indian food. I have some fermented veggies every single day before my main meal because I love the flavor but also for the awesome enzymes! Thanks so much for sharing this great recipe on the hearth and soul hop! Big hugs! Alex
Claudia, I think there is I just wanted one to go with my Indian dishes. 🙂
Shu Han, kimchi is wonderful!!
ahhhh that sounds like such a good idea! i love fermented cabbage in the form of kimchi
but this sounds just awesome because I love indian!!
This sounds soo good! I wasn’t aware there was an Indian kraut.
I’ve been wanting to make more Indian food. This sounds tasty. I can’t wait to try it!
April @ The 21st Century Housewife
I have heard so much about the benefits of lacto-fermented food, and your Indian Kraut sounds delicious as well as healthy. Thank you for sharing it with The Hearth and Soul Blog Hop.