A simple salad with roasted large green peppers and sliced carrots. Dressing was just a little bit of balsamic vinegar with olive oil. For seasoning used dry oregano and red chilly flakes. For enhancing its texture some almonds and raisins. Simple food is healthy food.
The easiest way to make my daughter smile and love her lunch is this very basic potato fry. All it needs are a couple of chopped potatoes, Rub some oil, turmeric powder, chilly powder, coriander powder and salt on them. Cook covered on a low flame. Once you realize its beginning to caramelize,Continue reading “Basic Potato Fry”
Wash and dry shredded cabbage. Using a mandoline gives the best results and helps you save a lot of time. A salad spinner will remove all the excess water. Add pomegranate seeds, chopped green chillies, red onion. Drizzle balsamic vinegar and olive oil. More oil than vinegar. Like two times more so adjust both accordingly.Continue reading “Cabbage Salad”
Get a large eggplant and chop it up. You can also use the smaller brinjals. When buying the eggplant play special attention to its base. It will either be shaped like a line or a circle. You must buy the circle. These have way fewer seeds and are less bitter. Wash and clean the BasellaContinue reading “Eggplant and Basella.”
A super simple but very healthy breakfast option when running against the clock. I use the thick Red poha because they have a great taste. Put them in a colander and pour some over them. Lightly squeeze them and let them sit damp. Wash and finely dice spinach. Heat a little oil and fry someContinue reading “Spinach and Poha”
Its no surprise that I have so many recipes, which feature pumpkins. I love it. Not only does it have an inherent sweetness but when you look at its nutrition chart, you can’t help but add it in your regular diet. Just 26 calories and 7 grams of Carbs in 100 gms. Loaded with VitaminContinue reading “Coconutty Pumpkin, Spring Onions and Cabbage”