A recipe for Green Goddess Juice that is brimming with super nutrients that are so good for you! Get the recipe now!
Roasted seasonal figs, hearty chickpeas and punchy rocket leaves come together in this delicious healthy salad
How to make Moringa Tea using Moringa leaf powder
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
Fenugreek or methi is one of my favourite greens. In Bombay markets, we would find two varieties – one with the bigger leaves, somewhat milder and ones that were sold in tiny tight bunches, small leaves, more like shoots, and these were intensely flavoured. I don’t seem to find the latter in Bangalore, so I make do with the big leaf variety. Methi greens are bursting with freshness in winter and the aroma wafting through the kitchen is so delicious and warming on a winter day
TamBrahm cooking or the recipes from Tamil Brahmin households could well vary from house to house. While I’ve eaten Tambrahm food all through my growing years (albeit sometimes reluctantly) – when this recipe for Morkeerai came to me for posting in Tambrahmrage Cooks – I was surprised I’ve never eat
A minimalistic Aglio Olio dish flavoured with celery leaves, with a sprinkling of homemade cheese. A quick and easy dinner!
No basil, no pine nuts, and still want to make pesto? This spinach-peanut pesto is just the recipe for you. Prepare this in advance and freeze for a quick 10 minute dinner.
Whole wheat penne in spinach sauce – a good way to eat up those greens, more so for your kids 🙂 A quick and easy one pot dinner too!
Beans and greens are a classic combination in many of the world cuisines. This delicious salad made using cooked double beans and greens, South Indian style is super healthy!
Another simple Tambrahm lunch menu – Spinach & Lentils (Keerai Koottu), Cabbage Poriyal (stir fry)
Cauliflower, spinach and pasta in a casserole – baked to cheesy perfection