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!”

Chana Dal : Vegetarian Protein

Its very healthy to get your nutrients from multiple sources. You Need: Chana Dal : Soaked overnight. Sweet Potato : Peeled and cut into thin rings. Green Chilly, slit. Coconut Oil. Chopped Spinach. Salt. Heat coconut oil and when its hot add the green chilies. Spread out the sweet potato rings. Let them brown forContinue reading “Chana Dal : Vegetarian Protein”

Barley-Pumpkin Risotto

A simple barley meal. You Need: 100 grams of barley. Washed and soaked in water for about half an hour. 100 grams of Pumpkin, chopped into small pieces. Olive oil. Garlic Powder. Chilly Powder. Salt. Vegetable stock, about half a liter. A tablespoon or two of any combination of dry roasted spices. Any fresh greenContinue reading “Barley-Pumpkin Risotto”

Crunchy Beans

A simple crunchy snack. You Need: French beans, cut into about 1 cm long pieces. Carrots, cut into small pieces. Garlic, chopped up. Some cumin and mustard seeds. Freshly ground pepper. Grated coconut. Any aromatic oil like mustard or coconut oil. Get water to a boil. Add in the beans. Let them boil away atContinue reading “Crunchy Beans”

Baby Corn with Paneer

A simple snack or appetizer. You Need: Paneer: Cut into small pieces. Baby Corn: Cut into 1-2 centimeter pieces. Paprika. Dry Kasuri Methi, as per taste. Salt and any other seasoning. Mix all the ingredients together. Heat some flavorful oil like Mustard or Sesame oil. Saute the paneer and corn at high heat till theyContinue reading “Baby Corn with Paneer”

Sprouted Green Mung Beans Salad

Simple, healthy and vegan. You need: Sprouted Green Mung Beans. Onions Chopped. Bell Pepper Chopped. Spinach. Freshly Ground Pepper. Sesame oil. Warm up some sesame oil and saute the onions in it. Do it at moderate temperature. The onions just need to soften up and lose a bit of their heat. Add in the mungContinue reading “Sprouted Green Mung Beans Salad”