Continuing from my earlier post on Top 10 tips to make really good salads, I’m hoping you’re suitably inspired to make salads a part of your everyday diet. Since 1st Jan turned out to be a Friday this year, it is good to get started on a healthy eating resolution from Monday onwards 🙂 (this is also
This gifting guide is for those who like to cook and eat healthy. Nothing like some cool gadgets and tools to make cooking fun. Some old favourites & new finds here!
Extra Virgin Olive Oil has a lot of health benefits. Here are some ways to use it in a way that keeps its nutritive benefits intact.
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.
How to make Moringa Tea using Moringa leaf powder
Indian weekly menu plan with breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner – makes life easier when you are well planned!
Pumpkin Puree, Desiccated Coconut and Oats come together in this super simple and healthy bake. Cut into squares and enjoy with tea, guilt-free.
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
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!
If most international diet guidelines leave you scratching your head and wondering where your dal, roti, sabzi and mithai fit in, use this guide to ensure that you’re filling your plate with the best possible foods. Know your carbs If there is something an average Indian meal is abundant in, it is
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
Is there anyone who does not like hummus? Seriously, it’s one of the very few things in the food universe that is delicious, addictive and yet wont kill you. Protein-rich from the beans and good fats from extra virgin olive oil and tahini, it’s the best snack to dig into with a few crackers or crudites. Adding veggies like carrot, beet or spinach to the hummus ups it’s nutrition quotient further