Arbi (Taro ) fries or chips recipe is a super simple , healthy taro root snack recipe for both kids and grown ups . It is a great alternative to potato fries , wedges or potato chips. Made using just one ingredient -arbi (taro root) and a few basic spices this is quick to cook, delicious , filling vegan and a gluten free snack or a side dish.
Bhindi Masala/ Okra masala recipe is a light , savoury, spicy and crispy bhindi recipe cooked in mustard oil, without tomatoes/ginger or garlic. The only main ingredient you need is bhindi or okra and with optional onions and few dry spices. It is coated in chickpea flour / besan to make it deliciously crispy.
Rose and cardamom infused hot chocolate recipe-A decadent and delicious hot chocolate recipe made using milk that is infused with beautiful roses and cardamoms, complementing perfectly the flavours of rich chocolates.
Sauteed potatoes with kale recipe- This is a super simple 3 ingredient recipe using loads of garlic, potatoes and Kale, with immense flavour and of course absolutely healthy.
A simple yet perfect recipe for healthy snacking , these baked rosemary garlic potato wedges recipe, are now my go to snack for family and friends most evenings.What can ever be better than homemade potato wedges? Nothin! These are the best .
This super simple, quick and fresh Melons, Mango and herbs summer salad recipe, using my favourite summer fruits- Melons and mangoes alongwith heavenly herbs dressing, is a perfect treat for your friends during evening get togethers , or summer lunches.
The rose jam, pistachios and almond filo pastry rolls are quick and very easy to prepare dessert , with the exotic flavours oozing in every bite.
Sparkling Plum drink is a great summer drink to beat those heat pangs. It is refreshing, healthy , and the taste of fresh juicy sweet plums make it a favourite amongst the kids as well.
My favourite punjabi Chickpea curry (Chhole/ chana masala ) recipe in Amritsari style. Infused with indian whole spices, and black tea for that smoky flavour and colour. Slowly simmered in a rich tempering of onions, tomatoes, lots of ginger and a little garlic for a flavourful indian treat to go with bhaturas, pooris or kulcha.A perfect Sunday Brunch.