This classic recipe just got healthier and lighter on stomach. By some easy twists and tweaks, you will be able to enjoy your favorite dahi-baray in a much mindful way.
Crunchy from the outside and melt-in-the-mouth inside. These kababs are so good that you won’t be able to resist eating just one.
Quinoa cooked in this way makes a wholesome and healthier substitute for white rice. Great to pair with your curries and daals. Quinoa Vs Rice Quinoa is the seed of the goosefoot plant and a relative of beets and spinach. But it is known as a pseudocereal because it’s cooked and eaten like a grain…
This chutney combines well with many kinds of Indian street foods like samosa, pakora, chhole, chaat etc. It brings a balance and rounds up the flavor of spicy foods.
These are my mother-in-laws famous beef kababs that are eggless and gluten-free. These freezer-friendly kababs are juicy, succulent and full of flavor.
A mix of whole-wheat flour, spelt flour, gram flour and flax seeds, each providing their nutritional and health benefits. The combination makes for wholesome, delicious and soft chapatis, that compliment your curries, sabzis and daals perfectly.
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.
Crispy and caramelized top, soft and flavorful center: these kababs have it all. Slathered with a creamy guacamole, you won’t be able to resist them straight out of the pan. They also freeze perfectly, so make a big batch and enjoy for days.
This method of cooking brown rice removes most of the naturally occuring arsenic (which can be very toxic to health), while retaining most of the micronutrients. Sharing some tips and tricks which I have learned over the course of time, to cook brown rice in a way you wouldn’t only eat just because it’s healthy but also because it’s delicious.
A twist to the classic green (coriander and chili) chutney, this one gets a punch from the mint. It has a very refreshing taste which goes really well with summer vegetables and rolls.