This Vegan Lettuce Wrap stuffed with crisped up marinated tofu, juicy mango cubes and the crunch of roasted peanuts is irresistibly delicious and totally good for you!
￼A healthy recipe for pumpkin hummus, with an option to prepare without tahini and also ways to use hummus other than just a dip! You can leave out the pumpkin for a regular hummus.
Healthy Pumpkin Smoothie with Banana, Turmeric, Almonds and Honey – 5 minutes of prep at night, and enjoy this super healthy, filling breakfast in just 2 minutes!
Recipe for Easy Banana Muffins with Choco Swirl ￼- This really easy recipe gives the softest, lightest muffins, puts overripe bananas to good use. Kids LOVE it, and adults too!
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!
Pesto Trapanese, a traditional pesto recipe from Sicily While basil pesto is the most well known pesto, every region in Italy makes pesto with freshly available local produce. According to Lidia Bastianich, the Italian cuisine… [Continue Reading]
Going Bananas Over Growing Bananas
This morning, I went up to check on my terrace garden (like I do every morning), I was so overwhelmed with the surrounding prettiness. I immediately decided that despite the mountain of work in my to-do-list, this is one blog post I will get to, today itself and share my happiness with my readers. I
I love to grow radishes, more for the greens, than the radishes themselves. Fresh, pungent and full of goodness, I start snipping the leaves as and when they appear (not all, but some from each radish). Use them in salads, both raw and lightly wilted. They happily go into a Sambar and also pair with veggies like potatoes or carrots. Radish greens can also be sneaked into your kid’s pasta along with basil and other greens 🙂 You can also make a simple curry using the radish and the greens
“Learn to shoot in Manual mode,” said Aparna, in her session on Food Photography in our Indian Food Bloggers’ Meet. And I have taken it quite seriously. My camera setting has been on Manual for the last few days
Since I have decided that I will do something newsworthy, every single month of 2014 (at least newsworthy of the blog headlines), this is the big news of Jan 2014. Saffron Trail is on YouTube. After Blog–Facebook Page–Twitter–one might think YouTube is the natural progression to this train of thi