It’s all about mushrooms: How to clean, store, cook and serve?
This extremely versatile shredded chicken recipe is the easiest it can ever get. Make a big batch, because it is never enough.
Layers of baked eggplants, tomato sauce and a garlic yogurt sauce. Serve it as a side or main, this dish will be an eye catcher on your table.
This version of chicken tikka gets its compelling flavors from herbs like coriander and mint. The vibrant green color is a treat for the eyes and an instant turn on.
Onion, tomatoes and a handful of spices make for a delicious scrambled style eggs. I gave my own twist here by adding some paneer (Indian cottage cheese) which is optional.
These flavorful halloumi bites are perfect as party appetizers or as snacks. Paired with a chutney dip, these keto-friendly/ vegetarian bites are sure to be a hit.
These fritters are a great, healthy option for snacking and also serves well as breakfast. Combined with a sour cream dip, these are always a hit with big and small. These also just secretly happen to be keto-friendly. Zucchini fritters (known as Zucchinipuffer in German) are a popular snack in Germany. I gave mine a…
Who says that you can’t make a butter chicken without butter. This creamy and smooth no butter version is as good as the butter loaded one, with way less calories. Serve it along cauliflower rice and enjoy your guilt free meal.
Cauliflower rice can serve as a low carb, low calorie base for curries and sauces. It’s a great substitute for rice for people who are watching their calories or following a particular diet like keto, paleo, Whole30 etc.
Got small bowls of various leftovers lying in the fridge, that no one wants to eat? Why not turn them into a warm, beautiful and delicious frittata that anybody would love to have. You only need some eggs, an ovenproof skillet and 20 minutes to get the job done. Presented here is a Whole30 and keto-friendly version.