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[21 Dec 2010 | 33 Comments | ]
A Healthy Wholewheat Veggie Pot Pie

Pot pie is a baked pie recipe, which is filled with loads of veggies and covered with whole-wheat or flaky pastry. Easy to make and healthy, these are a perfect and wholesome dish for the cold winter nights.

The top crust can be made flaky with refined flour or a bit dense and chewy with wholewheat. Since I like whole grain in my baking recipes, I baked this pot pie with whole-wheat pastry which was similar to a baked wheat biscuit texture.

Lunchbox bites, lunchbox medley »

[27 Sep 2010 | 39 Comments | ]
Broccoli Manchurian – A Perfect Dinner Recipe

Broccoli Manchurian came to light when my kids refused to try this exotic vegetable with loads of health benefits. Just thought of adding Broccoli with the normal veggie Manchurian I often make, and voila 🙂 Broccoli has become a hot favorite veggie for my kids.

It is a good idea to introduce new veggies to kids at an early age with interesting yet healthy recipes, which they would enjoy eating and ask for more.

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[13 Aug 2010 | 25 Comments | ]
Veggies Made Easy – Ridge Gourd Sabzi

Ridge Guard is a beautiful climber which can adapt to any climate. A couple of these pretty climbers are growing majestically in the backyard of my house and they have reached the terrace of my house. The vegetable also called Taroi or Turai in Hindi, is a delight to watch on these pretty climber. I love to cook it often as it takes hardly 5-6 minutes to cook and is healthy too.

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[13 Aug 2010 | 6 Comments | ]
Veggies Made Easy – Ridge Gourd Peels Sabzi

As is said in many health journals and by the experts in food and nutrition, maximum health benefit is just under the peels of any vegetable or fruit. So don’t discard these humble yet goldmine of nutrients when you plan to cook Ridge guard. The recipe here is what my mom used to make often when we were kids. Disliked and avoided at most of the times during childhood, I now love to make the same, every time that I get my hands on a tender Ridge guard.

Breakfast bites, milkshakes and smoothies »

[31 Jul 2010 | 34 Comments | ]
Veggies Made Easy – Smoothies

Don’t you leave the carrots… finish the greens, If you eat all the veggies in your plate you’ll get the ice-cream” Remember my mom struggling hard to include carrots, greens and other veggies in our diet. The cycle is repeated after 40 years and I find parroting the same golden lines to my kids 🙂

kids lunchbox, Lunchbox bites, rice recipes »

[16 Jul 2010 | 22 Comments | ]
Rice Made Easy – Let There Be Carrots

h recipe tasting better than the other. Coriander rice, cabbage rice, lemon rice, pepper rice, tamarind rice, mint rice to name a few.

Rice used to be just an accompaniment to dal (pulses) & vegetables, as plain rice or pulav a few years back. But not any more! I am amazed by the versatility and varieties of dishes this humble grain creates, after coming to the land of rice.

You name an ingredient and there is a recipe for the same, and each recipe tasting better than the other. Coriander rice, cabbage rice, lemon rice, pepper rice, tamarind rice, mint rice to name a few.
Carrot rice dons many avatars, with pepper, onion, clove and green chillies into the recipe. And with every version tasting unique and different.

Lunchbox bites, Veggies/curries »

[26 Jan 2010 | One Comment | ]
Pack the Pumpkin – Easy Pumpkin Curry

The following recipe has a vegetable I sympathize with, for all the abuses it faces in every corner of the world. It is carved into scary faces and ‘Halloween’ to ward away bad spirits. ‘kaddu’ as called in Hindi, is used to refer to all that is dumb and lifeless. Yes you guessed it right- it is Pumpkin!

Lunchbox bites, pulses and beans »

[2 Sep 2009 | 11 Comments | ]
A Comfort Food for Any Day – Rasam

Foods which make you feel good and lifts up your mood, is a comfort food. And any food can be nominated for comfort food, be it a piece of cake, a hot cup of coffee or a soothing soup.

From the endless list of healthy foods from South India this soup or Rasam as is called here, tops my list of nutritious meals, next to Steamed Puttu & Idlies.

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