Potato wedges recipe cooked in little oil, and coated with honey and chili flakes. Something kids and grownups alike will enjoy as a snack.
Chickpea patties recipe made using black chickpeas, which are high in protein and iron. Perfect if you’re looking for a healthy breakfast or tiffin recipe.
How to Make Egg Paratha? Here’s an easy recipe of protein-rich egg paratha or anda paratha made in 2 different shapes. Made using roti dough.
Arbi chips or Taro Root Chips make for an interesting, chatpata snack.Here’s a simple, arbi chips recipe. A snacky Navratri special recipe or tiffin recipe.
Recipe of chilli cheese toast which has a generous proportion of bell peppers. Great as a yummy appetizer or snack for grownups and kids.
Indian Fasting / Vrat / Upvas Recipe of Paneer Aloo Tikki – Recipe of Cottage Cheese and Potato Patties made in appam pan using very little oil.
Eggs are my go-to option when I want to cook something healthy real fast. One can use the combination of eggs …
Easy Ghavane / Amboli recipe. Amboli is very popular in Malvani cuisine. These thin rice crepes like Neer Dosa are good accompaniment for sabzi and curries.
Quick recipes of masala idli and toddler-friendly tadka idli. Healthy breakfast option for grownups, or tiffin option for school going kids and toddlers.
These days we start sending our kids to school pretty early. Some toddlers start going to playschool as early as …
Namkeen recipe of Namak Pare (tikhat shankarpali) which is a great snack for kids or for grownups along with a cup of tea. It’s also perfect for Diwali.
Roasted Cauliflower, a simple to cook, oven-based recipe. Cauliflowers are non-citrus vegetables that are a rich source of Vitamin C.
Paratha is a favorite go-to dish for most of us Indians as a healthy breakfast, snack, or tiffin. It is …
Muthia or dudhi muthia are steamed dumplings. A popular Gujarati snack. This muthia recipe is made using bottle gourd, and besan, suji and wheat flour.
Like most kids these days Devansh likes nachos. When we go for movies he asks for or should I say …