Tag Archives: Lunch

Mighty Kale Sandwich

Hello there my friends, it has been a while since I posted but this post is going to make up for it. It is super easy, super delicious and super nutritious. Yes, I am talking Kale. Do you know why … Continue reading

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Paneer Methi Paratha

Paneer, who doesn’t like it? It is filling, creamy, cheesy, protein packed of course some fat too, all in one which can satisfy anyone. Ask any non-Indian, most likely they will answer that they have had palak paneer. Its super … Continue reading

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Dal Dhokli

Rajasthan is a state that is rich in culture, vibrant in colors, plenty of temples particularly Jain temples, heavy in tourism and the list keeps growing. The folks dance is amazing and people are very caring and loving. I love … Continue reading

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Chickpea Tagine with Couscous

On a cold day when the sun shy’s away and powerful dark thick clouds is what you see anywhere you turn around, there is not much one could do and it’s absolutely true with me. I crave for something hot, soupy … Continue reading

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Pretty in Pink Pulao

One of the fastest, easiest and tastiest recipes packed with all sorts of vegetables is pulao. If you take the time to prepare all the vegetables for the week ahead of time, then making pulao for any hungry crowd is … Continue reading

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Simply unfooling and always satisfying

What could be more satisfying and be a crowd pleaser? ~ Indo-Chino Fried Rice Fried Rice Fried Rice. Hmmm, what or How can I describe in words what a perfect palette-pleaser this simple dish is and how come everyone seems … Continue reading

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Makki ki Dhokla

Makki ki Dhokla ready to be steamed Many of you are familiar with Sooji ki Dhokla or the traditional Besan ki Dhokla. They both look pretty much the same except that one is made from sooji and the other from … Continue reading

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