Chicken in Mint Sauce

You Need:

  • Two Drumsticks and Thighs of Chicken. Dry and slightly salted.
  • Mint Puree with a bunch of mint leaves, two green chillies, garlic cloves and a little olive oil.
  • 100 ml fresh cream.
  • A tablespoon of butter.

Heat a heavy bottom pan and melt butter. Add the chicken and cook till it’s about 80% done. You will know this as the color will have fully changed and it may leak out almost clear oils.

Add the mint puree and immediately after that the cream. Mix everything. Season with salt after checking. Cook covered on the lowest heat setting for about ten minutes. Sprinkle some chilly flakes for color.


Rejuvenate Salad


Simple salad that I made to recover from a week filled with gluttony.

  • Purple Cabbage : Chopped up. Its loaded with Fiber, Potassium and Vitamins A&C.
  • Musk Melon :┬áPotassium and Vitamins A&C.
  • Water Melon : Lots of water in it but also a great source of vitamins A, B6 and C. It also has lots of lycopene, antioxidants and amino acids.
  • Some mint leaves.
  • Freshly ground pepper.

Arrange the purple cabbage as a a bed and place the cut fruits on top. Leave it for a couple of minutes. Let the juices soak into the cabbage as well.

Enjoy a bright and highly rejuvenating salad.



Minty Peas


A simple and quick snack or as a side for anything grilled.

Melt butter. Add in either fresh or frozen peas. Toss around on high heat for 3-4 minutes. Its enough to start softening them. Add two tablespoons of finely chopped mint leaves. Mix and cook till the pea are as soft as you want them.

Done. Add in lemon juice if you like a little tangy kick.

Minty Coleslaw


After a very hectic weekend filled with some amazing fun in the sand, I wanted a simple lunch. In other words something that is quick to make and yummy to eat.

So a simple coleslaw with a minty twist.

Shredded cabbage and iceberg lettuce. Into the mixie when a lot of mint leaves, pepper, 2 green chilies, garlic and salt. Mixed into this some cream and mayonnaise. Combined everything. Check seasoning, add some more pepper powder for heat.

Boiled eggs bring in the proteins and fats to make it a filling lunch.

Enjoy a quick and yummy lunch at work.

Brown Rice with Mint and Olives.

Wash the rice but don’t soak it.
Saute thin slices of an onion in butter and oil.
Remove half and keep it for later. This helps with texture.

Add the rice and saute till the raw smell is gone.

Add water, mint, ginger and olives. Season with salt.

Pressure cook for two whistles on high and then let it continue on low heat for fifteen minutes.

Easy lunch box with a little extra kick of fiber.