A hearty rice dish redolent with the golden colour imparted by turmeric with chunks of cauliflower florets – a healthy recipe that deserves to be tried!
Recipe for quick and easy 15 minute cauliflower egg fried ‘rice’ -at 171 calories. So delicious you won’t miss the rice. Makes an excellent fast day recipe for those on the 5-2 diet.
Mumbai Pav Bhaji recipe – super quick recipe with short-cuts Sometimes, you just want a quick pav bhaji for a mid week dinner. The spices, the medley of vegetables, the buttered and toasted pav, all work together to hit the spot! The aroma of this dish takes me back to my home-city, Bombay, where a good pav bhaji was never too far away. I’ve been lucky to live in areas where the nearest pav bhaji was stuff of legends! But where I live in Bangalore, the closest I can get to a kickass pav bhaji is to make it myself….
A thick slice of fresh cauliflower, par boiled, oven roasted until golden & topped with some super flavourful whisky sauce. The perfect Main course for a Valentine lunch/dinner.
Roast Winter Veg with Lentils …or How to get a vegetable hater to love vegetables! This makes a super nutritious meal with no compromise on taste whatsoever. VEGAN & GLUTENFREE
Who says veggie burgers aren’t awesome? Once in a while I make veggie burgers for dinner-they are quick and easy to combine all the good stuff in one patty- easily accepted as fun food by adults and kids alike! Take this burger for example, the flavours from each of the six vegetables, tofu for extr
Pav Bhaji is Mumbai’s most popular street food, that has reached hotels and restaurants alike. It tingles the tastebuds with a myriad of flavours. Serve with hot Amul buttered Pav! This is my version of HEALTHY PAV BHAJI.
I’ve separated the cauliflower into florets, kept the kadai on the flame and then, I call Amma. “…Amma, how do you make that Cauliflower koottu that you serve with rotis for dinner?” Amma laughs. “But there is no recipe for it. It is the easiest thing ever!” That’s how I extract recipes from my fa
Summer is upon us. As usual, the desire to heat piping hot food has evaporated in the heat. Cold salads, smoothies, seasonal fruits and lots of yogurt are all that I’m craving for. While I love to make (and eat) Tandoori Cauliflower where partly blanched florets are marinated in a onion-tomato-ginge
Dear Readers, I have managed to update the recipe index and the blog template after ages. Hope the index is helpful and the colours of the template are cheery enough for you to spend time on the blog. Your constructive feedback is welcome. Coming to this post, this is one of the simplest ways of pr
Okay, so there are people who don’t like cauliflower and some who don’t like me posting recipes with cauliflower in them 😉 If you are reading this, you’ll know this is for you! Winter is officially over in Hyd with temperatures raring to touch 40 C. At such times, I still find spotlessly white head
Yesterday was one of those days, when I was famished for lunch and the only thing ready was the cauliflower-potato curry made in the morning. Besides this, there was some thin crust pizza base languishing in the fridge since last Saturday, and there was the hummus that I had made a couple of days ag