If you love the taste of vegetables and have been looking for a hassle free way to cook them. This is your answer. You can use other vegetables like carrots, broccoli and beans too. Ingredients: 1. Cauliflower cut into
Green Fat Burner You need to try to know the effects. Ingredient: 1/2 cup spinach leaves 1/3 cup mint leaves 1/3 cup corriander or parsley leaves 1/2 inch ginger 1 lemon 1/2 tsp honey
Olive Oil Mayonaise We all know the benefits of Olive oil and we need the occasional creamy indulgence so why not mix both of them. You can use this spread on bread, rotis, sandwiches and salads.
Cheesy Noodles This is an easy lazy recipe which you can cook in minutes. This is one of my Mumbai time recipes which was a regular on the menu as it is healthy and filling. On weekends I love
Ginger Mint Tea This is amazing beverage for summer mornings. Mint has a cooling effect which complements the spicy ginger to give a refreshing aroma. Ingredients: 2 Cups of milk 2 tsp sugar 1 tsp
Bitter Gourd Mash/ Karelaa mash This is a Odia classic served with curd rice or pakhala(water rice). The pungency of mustard oil counters the bitterness of bitter gourd brilliantly. A very healthy and nutritious for hot summers.
Eggplant Penne Pasta with Cheesy Arrabiata Sauce The term “Arrabbiata” means angry owing to the red colour and spicy taste. But these cheesy tweak on the sauce will sure make you happy. Eggplants a smoky earthy flavour which
Jeera Rice and Jack fruit Platter It’s very common in odia families to mix and match dishes as in indian food with chinese food is very common like rice dal and chilly paneer or chicken. This dish came up
Jackfruit Tikki Sandwich Well it’s summer and there is abundance of jackfruit. Hence tried to add a fancy touch to this yummy delicacy. Keeping summer in mind I’ve used ingredients like mint to keep it light and refreshing.
Béchamel Dosa with Spinach, Corn and Peas: Well this is my imagination of what a French chef would cook in Southern India if he runs out of plain flour and eggs to make crepes. Or Something a South Indian