Bajra, Carrot and Date Muffins

Do you love sweets too? And then keep thinking about the number of calories that would be. Join the club! I don’t have a sweet tooth but indulge from time to time. So instead of missing on indulging on these rare occasions, I try to make my desserts as healthy as possible. I try using…

Broccoli Ki Sabzi (Broccoli Veggie)

Broccoli is such wonder veg. Love it for its unique flavor, color, and versatility. Also, it is supposed to be super veg because of it’s cancer-fighting properties and is recommended to adding it to your diet. I somehow feel there wasn’t a lot of awareness around this veg earlier in India. It was always considered…

Matar ke Chilke ke Shammi Kebabs (Pea Pod Kebabs)

This is Part 2 of my #zerowaste from the Pea Peels recipe. Hope you have had a chance to look at my Pea peels Chutney recipe as well. These are the best ways to save and make the best use of the Pea and its surprisingly fresh, crunchy and sweet peels. These Shammi kebabs are…

Sarson ka Saag (Mustard Leaf Veg)

Makki di Roti and sarson da saag is a match made in heaven. This is the most commonly prepared lunch in Punjabi households in winter due to the abundance of green leafy vegetables. It is also enjoyed throughout Haryana and Himachal as well. This has become such a popular dish today, that it is easily…

Red Bell Pepper – Tomato – Basil Pasta

I love making variations of pasta all the time since I love eating pasta all the time.  Now red bell pepper – tomato – cashew is a classic combination and makes the pasta rich and creamy and grants a beautiful reddish-orange hue to it. Since I had a lot of basil leaves in the fridge…

Gatte ki Sabzi (Chickpea Dumplings in Yogurt Gravy)

Gatte Ki Sabzi is a delicacy from the North Western state of India, Rajasthan. It is made from chickpea flour dumplings in a tangy tomato-yogurt gravy. I like to boil the dumplings and use them for this. Some people also fry the dumplings but I feel the boiled version is healthier and the dumplings are…

Stuffed Apple Gourd (Bharwa Tinde)

I have always been fond of tinde but dear husband wasn’t. He gradually got fond of this veggie and I started making various versions to keep him interested J  Here’s another version I made recently and boy, it was a success! Made these soft and tender stuffed tinde with mint parathas and it was a…

Crispy Masala Dosai (Rice Crepes)

Masala Dosai is a South Indian classic and can be had at any time of the day as a proper meal or snack. These are basically rice batter crepes. There are several variations available for the dosai but for starters, I am sharing the basic Masala Dosai recipe. The masala or stuffing is made out…

Risotto Milanese (Saffron Risotto)

Was binge watching Quantico on Friday night and slept at 4am. I didn’t want to put my laptop down but then had to as I could barely keep my eyes open. So I got up at 12:30pm on Saturday and was super hungry. I decided to fix a super quick yet yummy something as dear…

Watermelon- Feta Cheese Salad

Summers are here and it’s time for my favourites. I love summer for all the salads, shakes and smoothies I can have. Made my favourite and super healthy Watermelon-Feta Cheese salad. Love how the sweetness of the watermelon is balanced by the saltiness of the feta cheese. Do you love this salad too? PREPARATION TIME:…