￼A healthy recipe for pumpkin hummus, with an option to prepare without tahini and also ways to use hummus other than just a dip! You can leave out the pumpkin for a regular hummus.
I cannot be a self respecting food blogger and not post a pumpkin recipe for that time of the year when pumpkins are omnipresent on the internet. Actually, I didn’t even realise this when I made this stew for dinner. Indians don’t need a time of the year to use pumpkin. It is cooked round the year i
We’re not yet fully into winter and yet early morning temperatures are hitting lows of 15C. Bangalore, how I love thee for this. With this soup I made for my son and me a couple of nights ago, I have hit upon another perfectly warming soup recipe for the winter evenings. The lemongrass keeps it fres
I have been glued and addicted to watching Masterchef Australia on Star World. It is the classiest reality show to be aired on Indian television, in my humble opinion, of course. Trolls, please excuse. What’s a vegetarian’s interest in watching this predominantly meat based show, you may wonder. It
Healthy Vegetarian burgers made using cooked black eyed peas / Lobia – high fiber, high protein and delicious too! [vegan] [gluten free]
I love cooking. But thinking of what to make each day is quite a chore. I generally get out some vegetables from the fridge and make them into anything that comes to my mind. It’s like following my instincts and the ingredients are always throw as you go. That was the main reason for me to start blogging and maintaining a record of recipes which otherwise I would never be able to recreate. Unable to recreate a recipe especially if it turned out wonderfully good the first time is a frustration that I’d experienced several times in the past. But not any longer!