Lots of greens, lots of cheese and lots of taste …that describe my CORN-SPINACH CASSEROLE which is a good healthy and tasty meal option!
Soya granules, made in the typical Indian style with aromatic spices is a delicacy indeed. Quick, easy, nutritious and delicious…. these words describe my today’s recipe. It takes less than half an hour to prepare SOYA GRANULES WITH PEAS.
A refreshing salad with common ingredients and a simple salad dressing.
Mixed veg curry is a very nutritious dish as several vegetables go into it. The uniqueness of this recipe is that it is prepared without onion and garlic. But that does not deplete it of its taste as the flavours of different veggies and some special spices make it very tasty and nutritious as well.
Healthy bread recipe with multi-grains and rolled in oats to give it a grainy texture!
Easy pancake sandwich recipe, Ideal breakfast option. 50% multigrain wheat flour has been used to make it a healthy breakfast option.
Carrot cake, carrot halwa (pudding) and now “Chicken in Carrot gravy”. Since chicken is the staple food at home, there is no option but to be innovative to shun monotony, both while cooking as well as when eating. Wherever and whenever I find any chicken recipe I just grab it with both hands to add…
“There is no sincere love than the love of food”- George Bernard Shaw In a non stick wok dry roast poppy seeds on medium flame till it leaves aroma! Spread it in a flat plate or tray. Deseed dates and chop them very finely. Put ghee/butter in the wok, add the dates and mix with…
Quinoa (pronounced as KEEN-WAH) has become increasingly popular among health-conscious people. Gluten-free, high in protein with all nine essential amino acids in sufficient quantity, high in fiber, magnesium, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin, iron and different antioxidants, quinoa is indeed a super healthy option over other grains. It’s basically a seed that is prepared and eaten…
An endeavoured to present a diabetic friendly chicken recipe where I have combined chicken with veggies. Even the spices used here have therapeutic value. Fenugreek seeds, cumin seeds, mustard, ginger- garlic, onion, curry leaves and coriander purportedly possess potential anti-diabetic agents in varying extents.