Let me tell you how I came about this idea for summer meal prep for salads… Today, I came back from my music class in time for lunch. There’s something about an hour of singing… [Continue Reading]
This 20 minute Indian Quinoa Recipe with lentils and vegetables will be your new favourite way to eat quinoa. Most of us absolutely love some of our traditional foods that also double up as comfort… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for a simple mushroom soup that is ready in less than 20 minutes and makes an easy weeknight dinner | Mushroom Spinach Soup | Vegetarian Mushroom Spinach Soup | Instant Pot or Pressure Cooker… [Continue Reading]
Oats for dinner is a nourishing bowl of oats cooked with ginger, chillies and loads of seasonal vegetables, topped with a protein of your choice, to make a fully balanced meal in a bowl This… [Continue Reading]
Misal Pav is an iconic Maharashtrian dish that can be served as an anytime meal. A piece of local bread (pav) dunked in a fiery stew made using sprouted beans with a topping of the… [Continue Reading]
A recipe for Ginger Rasam / Easy South Indian style lentil soup with ginger, goes best with steaming hot rice and ghee, and a stir fried veggie on the side.
A bowl of oats and vegetables, topped with cheese and breadcrumbs, baked until golden, and perfect for a healthy one pot dinner. Bake in smaller portions for breakfast!
Curry bowls are quite the rage these days. Open Pinterest or any food websites, and I’m quite sure you will find some of these gorgeous bowls loaded with healthy ingredients staring back at you. When I first read about curry bowls, I went hmphhh and said to myself, “this is how I eat my sambar, rice and veggies in one bowl on most weekdays for lunch”. But smirks and jokes apart, they are much more than just mixing a dal, rice and veggies in a bowl, even though that also well qualifies to be a ‘curry bowl’ 😀
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