It’s nearing end Jan and finally we winter-starved Bombayites are finally feeling some cool. Afternoons are still hot. The tiled flooring does turn cold though. The cold water in the wash-basin gives me a little jolt as I sleepily open it early in the morning, reminding me that – Hey girl, enjoy this while it lasts
This winter persimmon salad brings colours of the rainbow to your plate. Super delicious and healthy, with seasonal produce, try this one out when persimmons are in season. Appearance of a new fruit While I’ve… [Continue Reading]
Meal Prep Ideas Vegan Salads for 1 week – Around an hour of work and you have a week’s worth of healthy salads ready – vegan and gluten free too! Get all the necessary resources… [Continue Reading]
Baked Tofu with Maple Glaze makes a delicious appetiser when paired with the freshly prepared Mango Maple Basil dipping sauce with tons of fresh flavours. There are other uses for both the baked tofu and… [Continue Reading]
Methi na dhebra is a gluten-free flatbread made using sorghum and pearl millet flour, fresh fenugreek leaves. This is a popular recipe from Gujarat, a state in Western India. A couple of months ago, I happened… [Continue Reading]
Try this traditional tamarind rice recipe made from scratch, often served as prasadam in the temples in South India and the perfect companion to long train journeys.
A twist on the traditional Moong Dal Cheela / Chila recipe, where it is served with a spicy-crunchy topping, instead of chutneys. Healthy breakfast is served!
Guess the main ingredient in the above dish. Also guess the kitchen gadget that I have used for this recipe
Super easy, 2 minute cucumber salad with a spunky dressing! Vegan if you substitute the honey with agave nectar or date syrup.
A South Indian style eggplant / brinjal curry prepared with freshly ground spice powder to give it a crunchy texture
Handwo is a savory rice and lentil cake that is served as breakfast or a snack. This recipe hails from the state of Gujarat in Western India. This makes one hell of a filling breakfast.
We all love Chinese food don’t we? Especially when it is Indo-chinese, which means spicier than authentic chinese, and nothing like authentic chinese This is was one of the flavours I missed the most when I was in the US. The problem could be easily solved by making the trip to the local Indian stor