If you want a diabetic-friendly or a weight-loss friendly recipe, then this Jowar Methi Muthiya is the one for you.
Kothimbir Vadi is a popular tea-time snack in Maharashtra.
This recipe is for a low-oil, pan-fried version of this delicious snack that is made with fresh coriander and gram flour (besan).
Kolhyache Bonde are Sweet Pumpkin Pakoras from Vidarbha in Maharashtra.
Pair these Sweet Pumpkin Fritters with a spicy Coriander Chutney or a Tangy Tamarind Chutney to enjoy a delicious snack.
Sattu ki Tikki is a delicious way to include the protein- and fibre-rich Sattu into your diet. Sattu is the flour made from soaked, dried black chickpeas or chana.
With this recipe, you get all the pleasure of snacking with some great health benefits. :)
These Flourless Oats Banana Energy Bars are just so easy to make and packed full of nutrition. You can make them completely sugarless as well, though I used a touch of molasses and of course, chocolate chips.
Guggillu as it is called in Telugu or Sundal as it is called in Tamil is an integral part of pujas in South India.
We make with Sundal with a variety of legumes and pulses. This version is made with Black Chickpeas (called Kala Chana in Hindi, Senagalu in Telugu, and Kothu Kadalai in Tamil).
I made this Poha with Moong Sprouts at the recommendation of a nutritionist friend to add some protein to my breakfast.
This Moong Sprouts Poha makes for a filling breakfast and quite a change from the usual poha recipes.
I learnt this recipe for Idli Upkari from Anupama Michael, my friend from school days.
It is a simple stir-fry made with idlis, and is flavoured with onion, tomato, green chilli and coconut. It is the perfect tea-time snack or breakfast.
Making a hotel-style crisp and lacy rava dosa is rather easy. You just need to get the batter right and have some patience.
My father is a legend at making the perfect Rava Dosa and I have included all the tips & tricks I have learnt from him in this post.
So yesterday I posted Podi Idli Upma and today I am here with Lemon Idli Upma.
This tangy Lemon Idli Upma was just what I need to pep up my day.