Spinach and mushroom stir fry is my most recent go-to recipe for quick and healthy dinner. It has just 7 ingredients and takes hardly 10 mins to cook. I usually pair it with quinoa for a vegan and gluten-free meal.
A French friend of mine had warned me “It is very easy to eat crappy food in Paris”. I can totally relate to that sentence. It happened to me the first time I was there. After surviving my first trip to Paris on desserts and crêpes; this time I went with all the research about good vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan food options in Paris. I was pleasantly surprised what just a little planning does!
Sprouting at home is easy, economical, and a great way of getting plant based protein in your diet. Nuts, seeds, legumes, & grains — everything can sprout.
This green detox juice is nature’s gift to us. Every time I collect all the ingredients, I am amazed at the healing power of herbs and trees surrounding us.
Full of healthy fibre, proteins, vitamins and essential minerals; this multigrain khichdi is like an immunity booster for the body and the master recipe of kitchen cures! In health or in sickness, I can always enjoy a hearty bowl of this rice and lentil goodness.
Bright green and creamy, this homestyle spinach soup is a delight to see and eat. Happiness is a simple soup dinner of a warm bowl of spinach goodness topped with creamy yogurt and crunchy croutons.
French toast meets Indian bread pakoda and together they make a savoury stuffed French toast. Imagine that spicy paneer/ cottage cheese or potato stuffing sandwich and now dip it in egg batter and shallow fry. Yummy.
A little sweet, a little spicy, this apple cinnamon cake is like a mouthful of warmth and sweet love. The crumble topping elevates the cake to heavenly, especially when served warm!