Gongura or Sorrel leaves are an integral part of Andhra (South east coastal region of India), consumed in their day to day diet. These leaves have a highly tangy flavor and cooking them with the right amount of spices enhance their taste. Like any other greens, gongura is rich in Vitamins, anti-oxidants ,iron and fiber.... Continue Reading →
Banana breads are my family's favorite evening time snack. Whenever we have leftover bananas that get too ripe to be consumed, it's 'banana bread' time 😊 . With all the nuts and dry fruits added, the bread becomes a healthy option too. The soft and moist bread can be stored for at least a week... Continue Reading →
PC: vegetables.co Asparagus is one of the ancient vegetables known. The health benefits of this vegetable is enormous. Asparagus is regarded as a 'clean vegetable' as the pesticide residue is considerably less. Apart from this , the vegetable is very rich in Vitamins B6, C and K. Another important nutrient value of asparagus is that... Continue Reading →
Baking is such a stress buster, that too when your baked product turns out good the joy that it gives is tremendous. My recent baking of Jalapeno bread brought the whole family together, each of us having fun adding the ingredients. Without much ado let's jump into the recipe. Note: This recipe of Jalapeno bread... Continue Reading →
This chocolate chip cookie is a very simple yet delicious recipe. A perfect tea time snack for you to enjoy!
Mushroom biriyani is one of my favorite lunch meal since my marriage. This mushroom biriyani is a simple yet delicious recipe for many biriyani lovers to try out. Mushroom being one of the easiest vegetable to chop it has always been my go to option when I crave for biriyani. Since, mushrooms are a highly... Continue Reading →
This chocolate nut ball is a quick and delicious recipe made from nuts and condensed milk. Though ‘Trick or Treat’ is impossible during this time of COVID, kids’ enthusiasm for chocolates never fades. So, I decided to try out a homemade chocolate ball which could be an alternate for the store-bought chocolates. Let’s jump into... Continue Reading →
Now that the kids’ school has started, are you running out of ideas for making their breakfast? I was pretty much on the same boat until I tried out this fruit yogurt. Since my kids really enjoyed this; thought of sharing the recipe with you all. This cup of yogurt is rich in protein, calcium,... Continue Reading →