Flaxseed​ and sesame chutney

Flax, also known as common flax or linseed. It is a food and fiber crop cultivated in cooler regions of the world. Sesame seeds are widely naturalized in tropical regions around the world and are cultivated for its edible sesame seeds, which grow in pods or “buns”. So these two seeds contain a very high... Continue Reading →


Maharashtrian Poha With Healthy Twist

Think of a healthy and quick Indian breakfast to kickstart your day. Poha is probably going to be one of the option to come to your mind. Poha is my one the favorite breakfast. It’s easy to make and it tastes delicious. I always try to make a different variety of poha sometimes I add... Continue Reading →

Rajma Palak Masala – VegCookBook by Praveena

Recipe Cooked, Photographed and Written by Praveena Prep Time:10mins Cooking Time:20 mins Cuisine:Indian Red Kidney Beans / Rajma offer amazing health benefits. Some of them are⇒⇒ Lowers cholesterol, high dietary fibre, improves memory, boosts energy, Anti-oxidant properties, powerhouse of proteins, natural detoxifier, prevents hypertension (info from internet). On the other side Spinach also has many... Continue Reading →

Healthy Molagapodi / South Indian Spiced Lentil Powder

Healthy Molagapodi / South Indian Spiced Lentil Powder – A healthier version of the famous Idli Podi or Gunpowder with superfoods like melon, pumpkin and flax seeds via Healthy Molagapodi / South Indian Spiced Lentil Powder — Masalachilli - A Celebration of Indian Vegetarian Cooking, with a twist!

Oats-Semolina-Ridge Gourd Paddu — bnpassion

A healthy and tasty, instant paddu/appe/guntaponganalu/gulliappa/paniyaram recipe. Ridge gourd belongs to the cucumber family. It has high fibre content. I have always used this vegetable to make curry, gojju or andhra style pappu. It was one of those fridge cleaning days, and this was the veggie I had left. Went ahead and used this in […]... Continue Reading →

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