Peanut-Coriander Chutney (South Indian Style)

Chutneys are such an integral part of Indian cuisine. They have the magical power of enhancing the flavor of food multifold in spite of the fact that they are no-fuss and really simple to make.  I really swear by all my chutneys and condiments. Hope you have seen my coriander-tomato chutney and vinegar onion pickle recipes….

Beetroot – Garlic Leaf Paratha/Flatbread

I love beets. They are such a versatile veggie and can be used in savory and sweets alike. Though I love making a Poriyal or a hummus about them and are my go-to dishes. Other than that I also love a nice Beetroot Upma, Dosai, Ravioli, Soup and even Parathas. My husband is not a…

Oats Cinnamon Pancakes

Pancakes are a great breakfast option, ain’t it? And people like my husband can have it for any meal of the day. J So, I have found out ways of making them healthier. This is my Oats and buttermilk pancake recipe. I have replaced all-purpose flour with whole wheat flour and regular refined sugar with…

Matar ke Chikle ki Chutney (Pea Peels Chutney)

Peas chutney is such a simple recipe from leftovers. It is a perfect way to use the young pods that come in winters. The pods are sweet and crunchy plus they have a higher fibre content than the peas themselves. So when my father bought some beautiful green peas, I decided to make this tasty…

Methi-Mooli Paratha (Fenugreek Leaves – Raddish Flatbread)

Winters bring in the best of veggies. I love making trips to the farmer’s markets and seeing all the fresh leafy vegetables everywhere. I also love infusing the leafy vegetables into my flour and making various parathas/rotis/flatbreads out of it. These parathas are made from fresh methi (fenugreek) leaves and grated radish. I find that…

Bathua-Besan Cheelas (Baby Spinach – Chickpea Crepes)

This is another favorite savory crepe recipe. Hope you have seen my Chickpea-Oats Crepes and Mix Lentil Crepes recipes. Similar to the other two, these are simple and easy to make plus they pack in so much flavor. I wrapped them to keep the stuffing intact and take them on the go and eat whenever…

Bread Poha

Bread poha is an amazing breakfast option. I love it since I could add a lot of veggies and make it more interesting and nourishing at the same time. What I love about it is that it’s so versatile and gets ready in a jiffy. This is a poha version and you could very well…

Mix Lentil Pancakes with Tofu Scramble

I love savory crepes and keep making newer versions to keep it interested. But this recipe is my go-to and I love making it again and again. The best part is that it’s so healthy and completes the dietary protein requirement since I add all the lentils in it and add tofu as a stuffing….

Beetroot Upma (Semolina Porridge)

I love Upma. Period! Hence, I make as many variations as possible. I make the regular upma, I make Tomato Upma, Spinach upma, Quinoa Upma and so on. Recently I made Beetroot Upma and absolutely loved it. It had such a beautiful pink colour and was so healthy and I am certainly making it again….

Jowar Dosa and Tomato Chutney

In my attempt to add multiple types of grains in my food, I bought packets of rice flour, ragi flour, and jowar flour last weekend. Jowar or Sorghum is a grain used in Asia and Africa. Due to its gluten-free nature, it is also known as ‘new quinoa’. Now, I wanted to make something nice…