An easy recipe for preparing crispy Kale chips in under 10 minutes in the Air fryer. Also includes instructions on how to bake these chips in a convection oven. The post also answers some of… [Continue Reading]
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
Beetroot Chips made in the airfryer or baked in the oven, just 85 calories per serving, a super healthy snack. No deep frying required!
Enjoy the goodness of Banana chips, the healthy way – oil-free & guilt-free. Use the airfryer or oven for this one.
Roasted seasonal figs, hearty chickpeas and punchy rocket leaves come together in this delicious healthy salad
Leftover millets, paneer and bottle gourd come together to make a delicious snack, perfect for the cold weather days.
A small batch of 6 Chocochip Muffins made in the Airfryer – but also suitable for microwave, and can surely be baked in an oven. Eggless Recipe for Chocochip Muffins here!
David Rocco, the famous Italian chef on tv, prepared this recipe in one of the episodes of his show David Rocco’s Dolce India. He gave it an Indian tadka using green chillies, coriander and garam masala. While that sounded exciting, I prefer the clean Italian flavours to mixing them with Indian fla
This is the second of the three recipes that Atiya was generous to share with me. The first one was Badinjan Burani, a Persian dish that traveled to India. This arbi Korma or colocassia curry is one of the other vegetarian dishes popular in Jaunpur. According to Wikipedia, “for about eighty-four yea
A delicious way to eat the nutritious sweet potatoes – baked sweet potato sticks with chilli mayo. Try this for your next party as an appetiser!
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
The most detailed review of the Philips Airfryer that has helped tons of people make up their mind about this one! Also find a few sample Airfryer Recipes here.