Sunday, 1 September 2019

MLLA (My Legume Love Affair) Round up #131

MLLA here means My Legume Love AffairThis is a monthly event which is based on legumes started by Susan of The Well Seasoned Cook and Lisa of Lisa’s Kitchen has been hosting this series for a while now. It has reached now on 131st turn so far and I am so happy to host my first event at MLLA for this month's turn here. Thank you Susan and Lisa for this wonderful opportunity 😊😊

So What are Legumes ?

Well, Legumes are a class of vegetables which includes beans, peas and lentils.These are among the most versatile and nutritious foods available worldwide. Basically they are edible seeds grown in pods. Legumes having a good source of protein, can be a healthy substitute for meat which has more fat and cholesterol. These can be found in super markets in a wide variety like in fresh, dried and canned form. One of the main advantages of legumes is that they don't contain much saturated fat, unlike red meat. Legumes contain lots of fiber, also are a good source of plant protein, packed with other nutrients such as folate, calcium, potassium, zinc, B vitamins and antioxidants. There are many ways to incorporate more legumes into our meals and snacks each day. So do join for this September month MLLA event.

Few guidelines of this MLLA event :
  1. A blogger / a non-blogger can join this event.
  2. Entries must be within 1st to 30th September 2019.
  3. Only 1 entry per blogger / non-blogger is allowed having legume as a key ingredient in the dish.
  4. Fresh or dried beans, lentils, and the sometimes edible pods that contain these seeds, and derivative products such as tofu or besan, along with tamarind, fenugreek, carob, and peanuts are all acceptable. Here is a list of legumes, check it out πŸ˜Š 
  5. Vegetarian and vegan dishes are accepted. So keep in mind to make dish free of meat, fowl and seafood. Egg dishes will be accepted if legumes play a central role.
  6. Recipes from the blog archives will be accepted if re-posted and updated.
  7. Any cuisines and any courses using legume are welcome.
  8. Bloggers have to link their post via linky tool, just at the end of this post. Non-bloggers can mail the recipe at
  9. While making the post, these links must be included in your post with a logo.

So looking forward for the contributions 😊 Below is the Linky tool, please add your links ….

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