During fasting days in India we make saatvik food and kuttu atta (buckwheat flour) plays an important role in these food preparations. We make pooris,
The classic and most famous Indian dessert, Gulab Jamun!!! Almost each and every Indian restaurant always have it on their dessert menu. These are soft
Chickpeas come in many varieties and dried green chickpeas is one of them, and we usually prepare a curry with it. So here’s another mouth-watering
This gorgeous and rich looking chutney is sweet, tangy and spicy. It goes perfectly well with your favorite snack or sandwich, you can even try
“Chole Bhature”, the name itself brings amazing flavors on one’s palate. It is an authentic Punjabi dish which is famous all across India and even
Kada Prasad is a traditional sweet served to all the visitors in a Gurudwara, the simple recipe calls for only 3 ingredients in equal portions
Indo-Chinese food is a popular fast food in India, this recipe is for Indo-Chinese vegetable rice. To prepare this we stir fry the vegetables then
Saatvik means pure and clean, so food prepared in saatvik style always keeps your mind & body calm and positive. There is minimal use of
Jeera Aloo in saatvik style is an easy recipe with minimal spices. You’ll need mainly potatoes, cumin seeds, ground black pepper and rock salt to
Guacamole is a dip or a salad ingredient famous world-wide. There’s no further science or invention required to modify this incredibly delicious and nutritious dip,
Multigrain Roti is a nutritious bread to relish with curries in our regular simple meals. Homemade multigrain flour is always better than the store-bought ones.
A perfect and healthy summer snack to enjoy, Corn Chaat!!! Just gather all the ingredients and toss them up, and there your snack is ready.