Happy Holidays

It’s definitely a white Christmas here in Springs. And for the first time, today I drove all by myself on snow clad ( icy ) roads. All thanks to our Subaru !! I had lots of things planned for Christmas Eve. Trying at least one new recipe being one interesting…

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Cucumber Cups

Using all raw ( well almost ! ) ingredients, this healthy appetizer is a must try vegetarian food.I’ve grown up eating lentil salad. So this one is just a little twist to my mom’s recipe. Instead of chopping the cucumber, I’ve used it as a cup to fill in the…

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Grilled Paneer Sandwich

  My mild obsession with  paneer continues & here I’m sharing another recipe with paneer as its main ingredient. Before I go any further let me tell you that this is my sister’s recipe & it is one of those few recipes which I did not tamper with.There are so many…

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Veggie Fajita wraps

A whole wheat tortilla ( chapatti) wrapped around a bunch of veggies becomes a healthy weekend brunch idea.Using the staples of mexican cooking, corn & beans, this dish comes out with a  rich flavor &  an enticing spicy taste.     Makes: 6 wraps            …

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Baked Bell Peppers

For me, Cheese & Bell peppers are always a winning combination. Add some spinach & onion to make the pairing even more delicious. When you bake all these, the result is not only a treat for your eyes but for your taste buds too!     Makes:16       …

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Celery Soup

Celery, the ‘Edible Cutlery’ is known for its crunch & mild taste. Most of the times,it is used to get that ‘background flavor’ in dishes. No wonder it is frequently added in soups & stews too. When I make this soup I try to keep it simple,refraining myself from using…

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Fusion Orzo

Fusion Pasta ! This dish is an accidental recipe. It so happened when I was all set to have penne pasta for lunch only to realize later that my pantry was out of pasta. Not only that there was no pasta sauce. My toddler who was really looking forward to…

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Chick Pea Curry / Cholle

The Chick Pea curry, also known as Cholle, is a very popular curry in North India. Traditionally made by soaking the beans overnight & then pressure cooking them for 30 minutes, it has a rich aroma of different spices.You can also soak them in hot water for two hours in…

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