No Ferment : Horse Gram and Ragi Dosa

With dosa there are no worries about getting the proportions correct. All you need is a well seasoned tawa. My measurements were based on a coffee mug and my fist. Horse Gram : One Coffee Mug. Whole Ragi : One Coffee Mug. Raw rice : One fistful. Whole Urad : 2 or maybe it wasContinue reading “No Ferment : Horse Gram and Ragi Dosa”

Moringa Leaves

Drumstick leaves, maybe its a superfood or maybe its not. But one thing you can be sure of is the yummy taste they have. Moringa Leaves. Turmeric Powder. Grated Coconut. Sesame Oil. Cumin Seeds. Chilly, sliced up. Onion, chopped up. Garlic, chopped up. Wash the leaves after discarding the stems. Sprinkle turmeric powder, coconut andContinue reading “Moringa Leaves”

It’s Not Hummus!

Hummus is essentially made of just four ingredients: Chickpeas Tahini Lemon juice Garlic. I don’t have Tahini in my house. Its just a paste made of sesame seeds. So I decided to make it all together. I used: Overnight Soaked Chickpeas. Sesame Seeds. Cumin Seeds. Flax Seeds. Sesame Oil. Olive oil is the default option…butContinue reading “It’s Not Hummus!”

Grilled Zucchini (Vegan)

A simple and delicious Vegan dish. You Need: Zucchini, sliced into discs. Lemon Juice. Grated Garlic. Paprika. Dried Herbs. Olive Oil. Salt. Mix together the paprika, lemon juice, garlic, lemon and olive oil in a bowl. Stir it up. The quantity should be enough to dip a zucchini disc in it. Leave the bowl undisturbedContinue reading “Grilled Zucchini (Vegan)”

Amaranth Kosumbari

Amaranth Kosumbari : A Simple take on an already simple dish. You Need: Amaranth Leaves. Yellow Moong Dal, 2 tablespoons. Garlic. Green Chilly. A chopped onion. Grated Carrot. Grated Coconut. Coconut oil. Salt. Soak the yellow moong dal in water for at least 20 minutes. Saute the garlic, green chill and onion in coconut oil.Continue reading “Amaranth Kosumbari”

Just Beeting It!

Just Beeting It You Need: Beets, cut into thin strips. Garlic, lots of it. Pepper, a tablespoon. Panch Phoran, a tablespoon. Mustard Oil, a tablespoon. Salt. You can grate the beets but its much better to cut them into thin strips. This will help them retain more moisture. Pound the garlic and pepper. Dry roastContinue reading “Just Beeting It!”