Grains soaking for handwo Handwo is a Gujarati steamed delicacy. The batter is made from soaked rice and a mixture of lentils, fermented, mixed with vegetables and steamed / microwaved. A delicious tadka of sesame seeds, mustard seeds is poured on the top, the cake cut into wedges and served with a
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These savoury pancakes make for a quick breakfast or dinner. The key ingredient here which isn’t usually used in pancakes results in soft fluffy pancakes. And that does away with the need for eggs, milk or baking powder.
Make use of leftover Rotis in this healthy, protein-rich & VEGAN wrap – Sprouts, cucumber, hummus all stuffed into a roti and pan grilled. Breakfast or lunch, have your pick!
Hot cross buns but EGGFREE! One for your daughter, one for you son, you just cannot miss this Hot Cross Bun 🙂 Get the detailed no-fail recipe here.
As a vegetarian, I’m always looking for ways to include quality proteins in our diet. Since we are not too keen on dairy products or eggs – beans, lentils, sprouts and soy are our main options. I love oats porridge or wheat flakes as an easy breakfast as they are rich in fibre, but being low in prot
[This round up is sadly without the beautiful pictures, all you bloggers sent me, because I’ve been working on a makeshift data card internet connection which is slower than the internet you must have experienced in the early 90s. So please forgive me! Also, in case SPAM swallowed some of your entries, please post your permalink in the comments, so that I can link that up.
I first tasted these fluffy rice cakes when my ex-boss got them in her lunch box. She said her mom made them with ground rice and yeast and it is quite simple. Several google searches later, trying all possible spellings, I landed on this recipe given by a forum member of Forum Hub, which was dug ou
(If you love trying out something new, then do prepare something ethnic for breakfast, something different from your own culture and send it across to Glenna for WBB #14 by 27th August, 10 pm Central Time, details here) Picking a recipe from a place I’ve never visited and preparing it to the best po
After that super healthy round up atMadhuli’s Foodcourt, Weekend Breakfast Blogging goes to A Fridge Full of Food where Glenna takes on as hostess for August. The theme is ‘Ethnic breakfasts‘. Idea is to try… [Continue Reading]
When Madhuli asked me how I felt about Oats as a theme for Weekend Breakfast Blogging, I thought, wow, she’s a girl after my own heart. According to me, the simpler and blander an ingredient, the more you can dress it up, the more creative you can get. It’s like working on a blank canvas. Oats for m
Update: A new brand of yogurt available in the market is so creamy, mild (not sour at all) and delicious that I can say that the inspiration for this dip is wholly from the yogurt. When something tastes so delicious, I always wonder if it is high in fat content and therefore calories, but at 79 calo