Tips: You could add other dry spices that you like to enhance the flavour. You could also blend the soup with a tablespoon of chopped coriander for a fresh taste. Replace onions with celery or leeks for an interesting flavour.
This lovely dessert is my maiden attempt at baking. A big thanks to my sister, who is an amazing baker, for all the motivation to get me baking. A combination of sweet strawberries and sour granny smith apples teamed with flour, oats and sugar gives this soft and crumbly piece […]
Cous Cous, a North African staple, is often mistaken for a grain. Surprise surprise, this grainy looking ingredient is a pasta variety. Just like some of the small pasta varieties, cous cous makes for a great addition in salads. Ingredients: Whole wheat cous cous – 1 cup (cooked according to […]
This is a tasty soup combining three very nutritious veggies. Rich in iron, folate, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, minerals, this soup is a great way to include greens in your diet. This fortified soup is ideal for weight watchers and those looking to make a healthy addition to their diet. […]
Down with a cold, flu or have a bad tummy? This warm drink is just what you are looking for. It is a cup of goodness that is fortified with vitamin C, cold-fighting properties and digestion-friendly ingredients. On my recent trip to India, I was coming down with a bad […]
I hadn’t heard about or tasted tava pulao until about few years ago when I was in Bangalore. I saw the item on the menu of a vegetarian restaurant in a food court and was very curious to try it out. And when I did, it was love at first […]
I try and include a serving of fruit every day. After a point in time, they get a little boring. To make eating fruits easier, I spice things up. Literally! This recipe is inspired by the street food vendors in India who serve fruits like papaya, pineapple and watermelon seasoned […]