Gluten FreeVegetarianLooking for easy mushroom recipe for dinner? Try this Sauteed Mushrooms in Herb Butter Sauce Mushroom recipes are simple, quick to stir and highly …
This Gurer Narkel Naru or Jaggery & Coconut Bliss Balls are a must during any Bengali festive celebration. All you need is some coconut & jaggery. That’s it. Both are abundantly available in a Bengali household and when combined together yields enough to cater to everyone in the family, from young to old because everyone is a big fan of this traditional Bengali sweet called Narkel Naru.
Black chickpeas curry or kala chana is a variant of garbanzo beans which is indigenous to south Asian countries. Popularly known as Bengal gram, chole, Egyptian pea or desi (native) chana. With higher fibre content and lower glycemic index, it is very popular in curries, stews and salads.
This Grilled Fish with Lemon Butter Sauce makes for a perfect relaxing Sunday brunch menu because you actually have to do very little to get a great brunch table laid for your family and friends. Here, the Basa fish fillet has been grilled to perfection, topped by super luscious, yet easy to put together Lemon Butter Sauce. Serve this with a side of boiled vegetables and toast, for a complete meal. As you can see, this dish is gluten-free, paleo-friendly and keto diet-friendly.
Lentil or dal recipes are a nutrient powerhouse. Belonging to the legume family, humans have been harvesting and consuming lentils for thousands of years. It is an excellent plant-based source of nutrition, which is known to be a good source of protein, essential vitamins minerals and dietary fibres. In this post, I will share a collection of recipes for dal, which would help you utilize your dry pantry to turn it into delicious and healthy meals for you and your family.
Jeera Aloo aka Turmeric & Cumin Roasted Potatoes Recipe is the perfect example of vegan – gluten free Indian recipe. Widely popular as a fasting dish in India, this recipe with roasted potatoes can be whipped up in just couple of minutes. With the earthy flavour of cumin seeds combined with the tang of lemon juice and the crunch of fresh coriander leaves, this dish would leave you craving for more.