The most detailed review of the Philips Airfryer that has helped tons of people make up their mind about this one! Also find a few sample Airfryer Recipes here.
An Easy Pumpkin and Spice Tea Cake with a cocoa layer, perfect with your cup of tea or coffee
This is possibly the quickest and easiest Indian sweet you (or your child) can churn out. Be it for a festival or a potluck, this is a saviour in the life of a busy cook.
Source: Wikimedia commons Chow chow doesn’t mean eating twice. It is the name of a squash. Tambrahms and their obsession with all vegetables of the gourd family is legendary. Such a gourd-loving community we are. Give us a gourd and we’ll make a koottu, a curry or a thogayal out of it and call it a
Arachuvitta Sambar is the ultimate comfort food. The flavour of mum’s or granny’s cooking which you will never find in a restaurant. Get the authentic recipe here
Pav Bhaji is Mumbai’s most popular street food, that has reached hotels and restaurants alike. It tingles the tastebuds with a myriad of flavours. Serve with hot Amul buttered Pav! This is my version of HEALTHY PAV BHAJI.
A cookie with not-so-common flavours of rosemary and coconut married off in a savoury cookie. If you don’t have a sweet tooth, this one is for you!
A delicious healthy curry prepared with eggplants that can be served with any Indian bread. The freshly ground spices makes this curry irresistible!
These lemon and blueberry muffins are my kid’s favourite! Do try it out with frozen blueberries that you get in most supermarkets these days in the frozen products section.
Ragi, flaxseed, jaggery, ginger, sesame seeds – you might wonder what these utterly healthy ingredients are doing in a cookie! You might even think it’s a complete madhouse of an idea. Ragi / nachni / mandwa / finger millets have been an Indian superfood well before everyone and their uncle started
This is one of my prettiest salads ever – Grilled paneer on a bed of salad greens and other vegetables, garnished with edible flowers from my kitchen garden
Foxtail Millet Idlis are made using the rava of foxtail millet. A delicious whole grain idli with a lot of nutrition, perfect for a filling healthy breal