This is one of my favourite bhajis (greens). Although in most parts of the world, dill is used as a garnish, in India it is prepared as a dry curry. (Any greens prepared as curry is called bhaji). This is my mum's recipe; It's very simple and healthy and tastes splendid with sorghum rotis smeared … Continue reading Dill and Lentil curry
Everybody loves pancakes. Whether they are made from wheat flour or oat flour or buckwheat flour or chickpea flour. I usually go for chickpea flour because of their high protein and high fiber content, they are gluten free and because this is the only pancake my mom used to make when I was in India. Also, the … Continue reading Chickpea pancakes
This is a very easy recipe with a delicious end result. Perfect for a mid week meal on a cold cold day!
This is another of those dead easy recipes and you won't have to spend more than 15mins on the prep work. It's perfect as a side dish to meat curry or a dry veg curry (called sabji) but you could also eat it as a main dish if you prefer something light.
There's one thing that hasn't changed about me since I was a kid, my love for mangoes. I L.O.V.E. mangoes. When in season, I can eat them every damn day. I've had to make to do with the "not so yummy" variety we get in Europe but nothing can beat the Asian Alphonso mangoes! It's … Continue reading Mango Smoothie
The whole of last summer I went through a phase where I only had smoothies for breakfast. And boy, I would be so excited about breakfast every morning. I personally think there is nothing better than to start your day with something super-healthy and super-yummy. I tried a lot of different combinations; I tried adding … Continue reading Blueberry Breakfast Smoothie