Considered to be rich in anthocyanin, black sticky rice helps keep diabetes and heart diseases in check, prevents cancer, and control blood sugar levels.
Simple to cook and tasty, kala chana curry (black chickpeas gravy) is a very festive recipe.
This low-cal snack can be served with any dips or rolled into a wrap.
This dish is food consultant Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal’s take on the classic Pho, which is a dish bursting with flavours.
Try this the next time you make pasta, bruschetta or even soup, for a meal that’s less on guilt and more on flavour.
Combine finger millet and cottage cheese, and you get a cutlet that wholesome and tasty. Add green tea smoke for more flavour and drama.
Instead of paneer, try using Halloumi in your dishes. This is a recipe for warm Quinoa, Halloumi and cold chickpea salsa salad.
Low on calories, multigrain rotis are a healthy alternative to wheat flatbreads.
Very little oil, lots of steaming and very nearly the same taste. Alpana Lath Sawai points us to the healthy versions of one of a Gujarati favourite.
Making healthy, tasty granola is easier than you think.
Making healthy, tasty granola is easier than you think. Ingredients can be easily swapped, and delicious quirks such as coffee or bits of chocolate make it more interesting.