An easy peasy recipe with minimal ingredients to stay in the pink of health!
Make the most of the mango season with this delicious sweet-sour-tangy dhal
A amazingly simple pahadi/Garhwali dish that’s quick to make and brings out the flavours of crushed root vegetables.
Referred to as the little giants of the vegetable world fenugreek is apparently beneficial for almost everything ranging from controlling diabetes, relieving PMS and combating hair fall. So why not add it to your diet?
Who says red kidney beans and paneer is meh? Here’s a delicious way of getting your fibre and protein fix.
A popular Bengali dish – jhingey aloo postu is simple and quick to make.
A quick and healthy recipe to get a daily dose of fenugreek in your system.
Did you know urad dhal (white lentils) are high in rich in iron, proteins, is good for the heart and has anti-ageing and anti-inflammatory properties? Now that you do, here’s how to cook them.
A foolproof chole bhaturey recipe that tastes as good as what you’d get at a fancy restaurant. Trust me.
Sip up some health in a cup!
Oil-free, masala-free cooking, especially to soothe troublesome tummies! Moong dal with lauki, ridge gourd, bitter gourd and radish (optional), sheem (optional) Boil moong dal with all of the above. Dry roast mustard and fennel seeds. When they start crackling, add the dal. Mix in well and add salt and a little sugar to taste. Take…
Ingredients Mushroom 1 pack Mint leaves 1 big bunch Green chillies 3 Garlic cloves 6-8 Lemon juice 1-2 tsp Cumin 1 tsp Onion 1 finely chopped Oil 1-2 tsp Salt to taste Grind mint leaves (remove stalks), green chillies, garlic and lemon juice together to a fine paste. Heat oil in a pan, add cumin…