Frittata is the classic version of omelette… I love to make frittatas quite often for my breakfast and lunch box… They are nutritious and delicious way of consuming all the vitamins, vegetables and proteins. A frittata is a Mediterranean dish.
Labra, a scrumptious dish from West Bengal… Contains a selection of vegetables which is cooked over a low flame along with mild spices. Labra is a popular dish among the bong house-holds which is served with rice. This dish also.
Carrots and cucumbers tossed in tangy and spicy mustard sauce. No Gujarati meal is ever complete without this sweet and tangy variant. You can have them with your lunch, dinners or pack them for your lunch. The pickle does not.
This is popular street food of Kolkata which will not cost you more than 10 bugs, also enjoyed by the rich and the poor as well. The special pickle oil will savor your taste buds and gives it a pungent.
Relish this kid’s friendly noodle delight topped with protein food like paneer, cheese and sprouts. Often, kids are restricted from eating noodles, so treat your kids with this health friendly recipe. Cooking Time: 15 mins Serves : 4 Ingredients Rostis.
An innovative way to utilise the leftover rice… paratha stuffed with the goodness of protein and carbohydrates to keep you energised throughout the day. Cooking Time : 15 mins Serves : 4 Ingredients Wheat flour (for rolling) Salt Wheat flour.
This sizzling and spicy vegetable delight is cooked with an array of colourful veggies like peas, carrots, cauliflower, capsicum, French beans and spring onions embodied in a spicy masala which is perfect to be served in parties and gatherings. The.
Healthy and peppery green soup with spring onions and garnished with walnuts. Cooking Time: 25 mins Serves : 4 Ingredients 400 g broccoli florets (boiled) 50 ml milk 20 g walnuts (garnish) 20 g spring onions (chopped) 20 g celery (chopped).