A recipe for dal fry made using a mix of 6 lentils | Mixed dal curry | Mixed dal fry recipe – Rich in protein, fibre and antioxidants, this is a hearty, filling dish!
￼Recipe for the vegan Tomato Omelette from Udupi Hotels in Bombay | Vegan Chickpea flour and tomato pancakes | Besanache Dhirde ￼- A healthy all-day-breakfast recipe for you to try!
Recipe for Cucumber Kichadi | Onam Sadhya Recipes | Kerala style cucumber raita, totally different from your regular Cucumber Raita!
Recipe for a simple curry made using dried green peas | Green Vatana Curry – a quick recipe using this versatile pulse which is protein and fiber rich.
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 recipe for drumstick leaves – Dal with Moringa greens / drumstick leaves, just another way to include this superfood in your daily diet.
This Vegan Lettuce Wrap stuffed with crisped up marinated tofu, juicy mango cubes and the crunch of roasted peanuts is irresistibly delicious and totally good for you!
Recipe for zero-oil crispy roasted broccoli in Air Fryer – 96 calories per serving
Makes a healthy snack or an easy fast-day recipe (5-2 diet) – full of protein and fiber
How to make a Virgin Mojito – Basil & Cucumber Mojito ￼
This summer, make mojitos your friend. The unspiked version is superbly refreshing and basil and cucumber make it a unique tasting one!
This easy Cabbage Rice is a Maharashtrian (Western India) recipe. Ready in less than 20 minutes & makes a complete meal with yogurt/raita on the side. One of the tastier ways to eat cabbage! Get the recipe here
A mildly spicy North Indian style Sweet Potato Curry that you can serve with rice or roti/ naan. The spices in the curry add lots of flavour to the mild tasting sweet potatoes. Ready in 20 minutes!
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….