Here is a recipe inspired by the Hakka noodles I had from street vendors back in Assam. It is filled with vegetables and is a sure shot winner in my family.
Waffles with the goodness of beetroot for breakfast provides one with the nutrition and energy needed to begin your day. This recipe is great for kids who aren’t keen on finishing their lunchboxes.
A light spicy salad with a lemony garlic dressing. Harrisa adds the heat, to sweet butternut quash. Feta cheese brings in some texture and saltiness. lemon adds the right amount of tang. Coriander and lemon zest for freshness.
Make these easy floral pancakes with figs and labneh for a lovely start to your day.
Dates and pistachios stuffed ladoos for those special occasions. Ladoos are Indian truffles usually made with chickpea flour, coconut, flour or semolina and are prepared on unique occasions/festivals
Coconut cream is such an excellent base for ice creams. A healthy alternative for no-churn homemade ice creams. Here is a super easy coconut-based ice cream recipe: Raspberry & Coconut icecream
Tabbouleh is a light, refreshing salad that originated in Middle-eastern region. It is vegetarian; however, I cook the grains in chicken stock once a while. My love story with Tabbouleh is an interesting one.
Have you ever been inspired by beautiful crockery to create a dish? Well, this is one of them. Champagne jelly with raspberries looks classy and sophisticated. You can say I was looking for the visual appeal as well as taste. Something exquisite and a little deceptive at the same time.
Peaches are in season, and I wanted to create something with these precious stone fruits: Grilled peaches with date syrup and camel milk ice cream. I have a thing for turning dessert into a healthy breakfast. Just so that I can eat more without guilt.
There is a large portion of the population that prefers tea. And in recent years floral tea has caught the attention of a tea connoisseur. Butterfly pea flower tea is one such fancy tea that is hugely popular for its color – blue.