Sunday breakfast – I decided to spruce up my plain oats with mango, and loved the result.
The staple Indian salad ingredients – kheera tamatar– can take on a curry avatar too. A recipe: cucumber tomato curry,
Homemade peanut butter with spices – incredibly easy to make!
Colorful vegetable poha (flattened rice) for a superhealthy kickstart to the day.
Bask in the health benefits of ragi (finger millet). Add a portion of ragi flour to atta, and make nutrient-rich ragi rotis.
Pomegranate raita – a cooling, fruity, cumin-flavored yogurt dip to go with fiery Indian meals.
The goodness of fenugreek seeds, minus the trademark bitterness! This methi dahi recipe shows us how that can be done.
When the crop gives you carrots, make aloo gajar ki sabzi. This filling vegetable curry of potatoes and carrots, with its hint of sweetness, pairs perfectly with Indian breads.
Chana dal paired with green leafy vegetables bring out the best of both ingredients. For a filling nutrient-rich low GMI meal – chana dal with greens.
A no-cook, no-bake healthy treat: chia mango pudding. Just right for breakfast on rushed mornings.
Tomatoes are an essential ingredient for most curries – but you CAN do well without them! A collection of Indian vegetarian curry recipes without tomatoes.
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