Craving for something spicy? These potato-stuffed capsicums are the right choice. Easy to cook, you can also try out paneer stuffing or rice stuffing instead of potatoes. It is delicious to eat and can be served on a party platter.
Egg Katori: An easy and tasty dish for when you are suddenly swamped with guests at home. All you have to do is just cut up the eggs and bake. Check out the recipe here.
Wondering what to cook for a healthy and light meal at home? This split green moong dal or moong dal chilka is delicious and nourishing. Pair it with fluffy brown rice for a healthy, wholesome meal.
Stir-fry rice noodles recipe: Most regular wheat noodles are made largely of refined all-purpose flour (or maida) which is only starch. If you can find, use whole-wheat noodles, or other varieties of gluten-free noodles made with millets like buckwheat or soybean.
Cauliflower is part of the cancer-fighting cruciferous vegetable family and though it is super healthy, it doesn’t really enjoy a very good reputation with children. Try this healthy recipe of cauliflower bread that is really tasty as well.
The Classic Rocket Leaves Salad is light and quick to make. Just combine rocket leaves (also known as arugula leaves in English and Tara Mira in Hindi) and parmesan in a bowl, and season with olive oil, lemon juice and some salt and pepper.
Love south Indian food and can’t resist the rich flavour of coconut? Try this healthy and mouth-watering Green Beans Thoran recipe that can be prepared with a different vegetable every day.
Wondering how to give a healthy and nutritious twist to your breakfast? Try this Jowar Daliya Upma recipe. Jowar is also a high protein grain, making it a great choice for breakfast cereals.
Love french fries? These roasted red potato fries are crisp, delicious, and much healthier options as compared to fries bought from restaurants or the frozen packets one can find in a supermarket!
It is amazing how this humble yellow moong dal can be made into so many recipes from a plain dal khichdi to mangodi ki sabzi to the traditional Indian desserts like moong dal halwa. Try it with dill leaves for a new experience.
To break the fast, a large, sumptuous feast known as “iftar” is prepared and it is only natural that people look forward to enjoying this meal together with family and friends. Here are a few delicious recipes you can try this year.
White rice is what gives rice its bad reputation for causing diabetes or weight gain. Brown rice, on the other hand, does exactly the opposite! Here’s an easy and delicious recipe for Brown Spinach Rice that you can try out.
Sprouted Moong Dal Salad is a delicious and healthy alternative to roadside chaat. In fact, these days you can often find “healthy bhel puri” with the addition of little-sprouted moong at many outlets.
Lemon iced tea might be the most popular iced tea variation you might find but did you know that oranges are the largest harvested citrus fruits in the world? Try this ‘Orange Cinnamon Iced Tea’ that is a cool, refreshing and healthy drink for the summers.
Unlike white potato, sweet potatoes pack in a lot of nutrition. Did you know, one of the most prominent nutrient in sweet potato is Vitamin C! They are also rich in vitamin B, dietary fibre, and essential minerals especially potassium and manganese.