Yeast Free Whole Wheat Pizza

Yeastless Whole Wheat Pizza

“Live” life. Drink its nectar. Be like a river that bends beautifully and changes its course, at each obstacle that comes its way. The twists and turns, seem so obvious to the river as it moves, in a dance, unhindered. I keep reminding myself to adapt to life, accept, go with the flow. I remind … Continue reading

Desi Genoese Vegetable Soup

Soupy Noodles - All Cooked and Ready to Eat

This recipe is adapted from the book called Vegetarian Cookbook published by Paragon Books. Why I am calling my version “desi” is because I have altered the Pesto combination as per the availability here and as per our eating habits.

Whole Wheat Pasta – Homemade & Handmade from Start to Finish

Perfection Goodbye!!….Puzzled?? Seems like I am writing the wrong text at the wrong window??? Not exactly 🙂 Perfection GoodBye is the thought process behind my post today. Why? Because this topic echoes the emotions of a woman who undergoes stress each day to achieve that elusive fruit called perfection. Perfect cook; Perfect mother, perfect wife, Perfect daughter-in-law, Perfect professional, perfect human being and Perfect whatnot!!! Read on…

Yeastless Calzone with Broccoli Spinach Corn Pesto Filling

Here’s a no-yeast calzone I baked this week. I love the fact that I don’t need to proof the yeast and wait for the dough to rise. I don’t know if calzone is the right word for it but it definitely fulfills my expectations.

Singhara (Water Chestnut) Pulao

Singhara Pulao

This one is a lovely meal that my mom makes during this season when Singhara (Waterchestnut or Panifal) is available in the vegetable markets. It is quick to make once the singharas are peeled.

Navratri Fasting Food Recipes – Reposting old posts

Navratri have started and I bring to you some of the recipes that I have posted earlier, these are my favorite Navratre food. I hope you enjoy cooking and sharing with family.

Vegetarian Shepherds Pie with Moong Dal

I came across this recipe of Chef Jeena’s site several months ago. Loved it for its versatility and nutrition. The ingredients sounded so much Indian, just the preparation was different. A smile came across my face when this made me realize a deeper message. We live in different countries, dress in different ways, have different … Continue reading

Pasta in Spring Onion and Cottage Cheese Sauce and My First Set of Awards

I got the idea to try pasta in a green onion and cottage cheese dip I posted about sometime ago. It was a welcome addition of a new flavour, subtle, nice. Since me and hubby mostly end up eating Arabiata or Basil Pesto flavoured ones we enjoyed this change thoroughly. And the best part about this is, easy and simple ingredients

Oats and Semolina Veg Crepes with Walnut Spinach White Sauce

I loooved this when I had this for the first time. This is again one of those Sunday one pot meals I love. Though this involves a three step preparation, but once its done, its done. We all can sit together and enjoy our meal then. And this is what we want on our Sundays, … Continue reading

Tangy Spicy Kundru Bhat (Ivy Gourd Rice)

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t’s been a while since I left my job. Yet weekend brings the same kind of lethargic feeling which comes after slogging away through the whole week. Not that I get to sit with my manicured hands as a homemaker :-), but admittedly the pressure on my head is much low now and the whistle … Continue reading

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Exploring the possibilities of cruelty free food