Use plain rice flour instead of red rice flour, if that’s what you have handy. Organic red rice flour is richer in fiber and anti oxidants. Udad dal flour is freely available in most large supermarkets.
If you love Dosai, you MUST try its healthier, heartier cousin, the Adai. Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner, it is perfect for any mealtime.
This apple, peanut butter & cheddar sandwich is surely an upgrade from my undying love for the quintessential Bombay chutney toasted sandwich!
These caramelized bananas are simple to make and are perfect with pancakes, waffles french toast or even ice cream!
Flaxseed Molaga Podi | Spiced Flaxseed Lentil powder
If you are from the South of Vindhyas, cheela / chila is not a much heard of term. It is a staple North Indian breakfast dish. To put it in simple terms, it is like an instant dosa made using besan. However unlike adai, which is a lentil based dosa preparation, cheelas are much thinner and crepe lik
Guacamole is one of the essentials in Mexican cuisine. Top on toast or scoop with nachos, this is one recipe you must have up your sleeve! And HEALTHY too!
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
When I was a kid, my favourite fruit was Nagpur oranges. When in season, my grandfather would buy them by the dozens and I could just eat them non-stop. While my 6 year old loves oranges, his current favourite fruit is…wait for it…blueberries! Crazy right? I stock up on the frozen variety, so he
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
Last night, dinner was noodles with lots of vegetables. Invariably, when you make noodles at home, you find that the one or two packets that you opened and cooked cannot be put to use entirely. So what else can you do other than feeding it to your cat, or putting it in the green refuse bin? I hate w
Paruppu Usili is a traditional Tamil Brahmin dish where soaked, ground and fried lentils are added to a seasonal vegetable such as any beans variety, carrots or ivy gourd. It is often paired with our version of Kadhi called Moar Kozhambu The recipe in this blog post is the fifth in series for the Ta