￼ Egg Pepper Fry, a popular dish served in dive bars in Bangalore, is a hard boiled egg tossed in pepper and other spices. I have replicated this one to rave reviews from an egg pepper fry connoisseur ie. the husband.
A bowl of oats and vegetables, topped with cheese and breadcrumbs, baked until golden, and perfect for a healthy one pot dinner. Bake in smaller portions for breakfast!
Bansi Rava upma is an anytime meal, something you can make in <15 minutes. Load it up with veggies and a good spoonful of coconut oil or ghee in the end and it turns into such a fulfilling meal! An Indian version of all-day breakfast.
Mumbai Pav Bhaji recipe – super quick recipe with short-cuts Sometimes, you just want a quick pav bhaji for a mid week dinner. The spices, the medley of vegetables, the buttered and toasted pav, all work together to hit the spot! The aroma of this dish takes me back to my home-city, Bombay, where a good pav bhaji was never too far away. I’ve been lucky to live in areas where the nearest pav bhaji was stuff of legends! But where I live in Bangalore, the closest I can get to a kickass pav bhaji is to make it myself….
This Irish Grilled Cheese Sandwich may easily be the best sandwich I have sunk my teeth into. And when you try it (which I’m sure you will), I know you will have this same feeling 😀 Herbs, Butter, Cheese- what’s not to love!!
A delicious mix of white beans, Swiss chard from the kitchen garden (greens) and eggs in a skillet – Greens and beans are an unbeatable combination when you want to eat healthy. This dish is breakfast, lunch and dinner ready!
Whole Masoor Dal (sabut masoor or Whole red lentils) is one of the easiest dals to cook, a healthy side for rice or rotis. Get the recipe! BEGINNER COOK FRIENDLY!
What to cook up for weeknights is always a dilemma. It needs to be fast, it needs to be nutritious and not much chopping and fuss required. I have lined up my weeknight dinner menu for this week. All of it is vegetarian and some of it vegan
Curry bowls are quite the rage these days. Open Pinterest or any food websites, and I’m quite sure you will find some of these gorgeous bowls loaded with healthy ingredients staring back at you. When I first read about curry bowls, I went hmphhh and said to myself, “this is how I eat my sambar, rice and veggies in one bowl on most weekdays for lunch”. But smirks and jokes apart, they are much more than just mixing a dal, rice and veggies in a bowl, even though that also well qualifies to be a ‘curry bowl’ 😀