This salad is quite healthy, delicious, easy to prepare and works with most foods.
A lovely inclusion in a grilled platter or great for a light meal with a little salad and a bit of carb.
We’re trying and largely succeeding in our attempts to reduce kitchen waste, this time with orange sugar and exfoliating soap. What are you up to?
Here’s a collection of 26 vegetarian thalis by Jaina Mehta that are sure to blow you away. I certainly loved them and do appreciate the hard work that goes into making one.
This shepherd’s pie made with minced chicken turned out to be surprisingly creamy and succulent.
This a re-take on the mongra-aloo that’s probably cooked in every home in north India. Different format and very similar flavours. It might help with the kids being a little kinder towards this dish.
This salad is a great idea to accompany any food you’re eating, as well as a good choice for a meal replacement or a nutritious snack.
This saag is delicious on its own with rotis and dahi, and lends itself beautifully as a stuffing for parathas and kachoris.
This halwa uses no ghee and is great by itself, or with a dollop of ghee, or stuffed into kachoris or even parathas.