Recipe for aloo paneer tikki / vegetarian potato and paneer croquettes- This protein-rich version of the regular aloo tikkis is a perfect rainy day snack with tea. Kiddie lunch box tip inside!
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]
Recipe for Aloo Palak Biryani | Aloo Palak Rice | Spinach Potato Rice with spices Last evening was one of those times where I got totally stuck on what to cook for dinner. Yes, cookbook… [Continue Reading]
This spicy paneer curry is a good accompaniment to rotis or parathas. Use either fresh homemade paneer or a block of storebought paneer for a quick Indian side dish. Paneer is one ingredient, which if… [Continue Reading]
A festive tea cake with flavours of saffron and kewra (screwpine) – goes wonderfully with a cup of coffee and tea. No eggs used.
Leftover millets, paneer and bottle gourd come together to make a delicious snack, perfect for the cold weather days.
You’ll love this idea of making healthy parathas using pumpkin puree and grated paneer- full of nutrition to pack in our kids’ lunchboxes!
Pulao is usually my go-to dish when I am running short of time or I cannot think of what to make for dinner. This Paneer Pulao, made with a special pulav masala, is a dish fit for a dinner party or a special occasion.
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
This Grilled Paneer Salad with fresh spinach and seasonal mangoes is not just a stunning dish, but also perfect as a large center-piece salad for a dinner party or a barbecue party.
Hello y’all! Back from a fun fun fun weekend at Pondicherry with the UrbanLadder team, where I was asked to do one of my salad workshops for their offsite, as a small step to making people cook and love healthy food! The 5 teams amazed me with their resourcefulness and creativity. We didn’t have any cooking implements which made the participants put on their creative caps. One of the girls actually crushed peanuts using the side of a bowl, and someone foraged some Thai basil growing wild, while the others ran into their rooms and got some fruit from the complimentary fruit bowl to add some punch to their salad. All in all, a wow experience and I enjoyed it a lot
I baked this partly whole wheat bread with flaxseeds this week. The only problem with baking your own bread is you can’t stop eating it. The possible upside is that you can slice your bread as thin as you want to 🙂 I can almost see all those of you who bake your own bread nod your heads solemnly.