Kung Pao Tofu(Vegetarian SBD Phase 1 Recipe of the Month)


Blogging Marathon #41: Week 4/ Day 2 Theme: Iron Rich Recipes for Kids Dish: Kung Pao Tofu Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#41 For the second day of Iron rich recipes for Kids, I have ‘Kung Pao Tofu’. Many people are not aware that tofu is a great … [Read more…]

Tofu Cacciatore


Blogging Marathon #31: Week 1/ Day 2 Theme: Meatless Dishes Dish: Tofu Cacciatore For the first week of the ‘Blogging Marathon’ I have chosen the theme as ‘Meatless Dishes’. I really am enjoying this challenge of converting meat dishes into meatless versions. Do check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing … [Read more…]

Ratatouille with Poached Egg


There are some dishes that are naturally low carb and require no modification or healthification. Ratatouille is one of them. Just like every Indian has their own version of masala or curry, but they have as their basis a definite set of ingredients, ratatouille is prepared with various methods, based on the region of France. … [Read more…]

Broccoli pepper and cheese Breakfast casserole

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This breakfast casserole is a quick and easy way of serving a breakfast for a crowd. It is a great alternative to making individual omelettes or baking a big quiche, its a very dish to put together and wins rave reviews when put on the table. This, plus toast or waffles, a gallon of orange … [Read more…]

Roasted Red Pepper Chickpea soup

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Off late, I have been trying a lot of things for the first time. My last post was my first ‘Jam’ recipe. This post is my first post, roasting my own red peppers. I did it over an open flame and it is so easy. A jar of roasted red peppers costs about $4 at … [Read more…]

Broccoli Bell Pepper Zunka

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If you’re wondering what ‘Zunka’ is, like I did…here is a little intro: Zunka is traditional Maharashtrian dish, where vegetables are sauteed and then sprinkled with a spicy chickpea mixture, such that the chickpea mixture forms a crust around the veggies, adding flavor and texture to the veggies. It was originally devised by Marathi housewives … [Read more…]