Green Moong Salad

Moongs contain high source of nutrients.They are also a very filling food, high in protein, resistant starch and dietary fiber. This salad is best breakfast or dinner option. Moongs in this recepie is steamed with little water instead of boiling and throwing the water away. Preparation time: 5 mins Cooking time: 10 mins Serves: 2 … Continue reading Green Moong Salad

Maggi Noodle Stir Fry

Kids and even adults are crazy about maggi , and if your kids do not have all veggies this is the best way to add on veggies into their bowl. Stir fry maggi noodles with too many veggies and trust me the bowl will be finished within no time. Preparation time: 10 mins Cooking time: … Continue reading Maggi Noodle Stir Fry

Ari Pathiri

Pathiri is a pancake or small thin roti  made of rice flour. It is part of the local cuisine among the people of Malabar in Kerala. Roasted rice flour is made into a soft dough and rolled into rotis and cooked on pan or tawa. After preparation it is sometimes soaked in coconut milk to keep it soft and to improve … Continue reading Ari Pathiri

Pasta Salad

I love exploring different types of healthy salads and make it in my own way. Few days back I had been to a resto and I ordered a Pasta Green Salad. I loved it, and I decided to make the same in my own way for breakfast today. Its very easy to prepare. You can … Continue reading Pasta Salad

Oats Poha

Poha is a tradional maharashtrian dish made using flattened rice flakes, hete I have substituted it with poha and made a more healthier version. You can even dry roast the oats before adding to avoid the stickiness. Preparation time: 5 mins Cooking time: 10 mins Serves: 2 INGREDIENTS: Oats: 1 big cup Onion: 1 flinely … Continue reading Oats Poha