This post is a review / sharing my experience about the Philips Viva Juicer and a recipe for a super delicious Morning Glory Juice
Enjoy the goodness of Banana chips, the healthy way – oil-free & guilt-free. Use the airfryer or oven for this one.
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!
Thechwani is a rustic curry from Uttarakhand, made using smashed potatoes and/or radishes. Try out my version of potato-black eyed peas, prepared Thechwani style!
Quinoa has been rapidly climbing the popularity charts among superfoods. Once unheard of in India, it has now become a household name and I’m sure even my grandma is aware of this now 🙂 A funny thing about Quinoa is that it quite the mispronounced food – often called “Queen-o-wa” and what not . A
Aam Doi Breakfast Parfait A breakfast parfait is a breakfast in a glass that brings together yogurt, fruit and muesli. Perfect, right? Well, that what it means in French – parfait=perfect. Typically a frozen dessert made using eggs, cream and sugar syrup, dating back to 1894, this breakfast parfait
I had written about a green smoothie on my blog in March. Why another one? Because green smoothies are in, and you can never have enough of them. It makes the perfect 2 minute breakfast, starting your day with the high of protein, fiber and healthy goodness. After a night of binge eating (or drinki
This recipe is a part of the ongoing series – Tata I-Shakti T20 Tadka. These recipes are a fusion between the two Indian states / cities that are playing each other in the IPL2015 – T20 matches. This one is for the match between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knightriders and co-incidentally, I’m going
A Punjabi style roasted eggplant curry to be had with parathas or rotis
Potato is a star vegetable. No matter what situation you put it in, it will come out shining. Also, it is one vegetable that finds an important place in every single cuisine of the world. the previous statement is of course part knowledge and part assumption 😛 Early on in my blogging days, I wrote
Brown rice, red rice, quinoa, amaranth, barley, millet, foxtail millet – all these grains are getting a good share of limelight these days and rightfully so. The difference between polished and refined grains and the ones above is that they are processed less, thereby lesser chances of them being st
An eggplant dish from Persia that migrated to Jaunpur and became a part of Avadhi cuisine –