A part of my kitchen garden is taken over by the rocket gone wild. Time and again I have written about easy it is to grow your own rocket / arugula. It’s crazy how the… [Continue Reading]
This post gives a step by step approach to growing salad greens in containers. Do you want to make salads with freshly harvested green leaves at home? If you are thinking, “But I don’t have… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for an incredibly filling healthy lunch salad – Chickpeas, kale and millet salad Do you wonder how to pack a good salad for your lunchbox? Something that won’t get soggy or need laborious prep… [Continue Reading]
You can successfully grow a lemon tree in a pot – read on to get all the details! Those who follow my gardening life on Instagram may know that I have been struggling with a… [Continue Reading]
Home Gardening India – the best youtube channels for you to follow! Whether you are an avid kitchen gardener or home gardener or you are a gardening enthusiast, this post is going to change your… [Continue Reading]
All you want to know about Raw Papaya | Green Papaya – Green Papaya Recipes, health benefits, how to cook raw papaya and a whole bunch of other ideas on cooking with green papayas Green… [Continue Reading]
Raw Papaya Poha is a variety of the ever popular kanda poha, that I came up with to use the bounty of green papayas from my kitchen garden. Just another way to use this super… [Continue Reading]
Sheem Paturi is an exotic vegetarian dish from the kitchens of Bengal, in which Sem or flat beans, smothered in a freshly ground mustard and chill paste, is steam cooked in banana leaf parcels. Sheem… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for a colourful Arugula / Rocket and Bell Pepper Super Salad
A flavourful way to consume a ton of vegetables with a delicious green sour cream dressing. This is one salad you must try!
Avarakkai or flat beans are quite commonly used in Tamil Brahmin cooking. In Hindi / Marathi / Gujarati, it is called Papdi. Try this simple stir-fry recipe for these beans, that goes well with Rasam & Rice.
This Tamil Brahmin / South Indian style Sweet Potato curry is a simple accompaniment to sambar and rice or rasam and rice. An easy beginner friendly way to prepare sweet potatoes, great for toddlers too!
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!