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Muthia is a traditional dish from Gujarat. It's generally prepared using chickpea flour and fenugreek leaves (methi) or lauki (bottle gourd). I tweaked it and added oats and wheat to add a variation. I also used kohlrabi here because a new way to try a vegetable is always great,...
Poha or flattened rice is really versatile – once it is soaked for a few minutes it gets cooked really fast. Plus it goes well with a ton of flavors. Traditionally, lots of savory and sweet dishes are prepared with Poha. Most often poha is prepared along with potatoes,...
I can't do justice to the concept of Indian chaats if I start to describe it. To me, chaat is an exciting food that is largely associated with a bunch of flavors - it brings together a whole array of spices, chutneys, gravies, fried snacks and everything else that...

Cauliflower Upma

Upma is a really popular south Indian breakfast made from cream of wheat (rava). Not only is it easy to make, but it is also quite healthy actually. I know that this is a basic recipe that most people are already familiar with. However, what makes this recipe different...
Fenugreek/Methi is quite popular in Indian cooking. A lot of recipes either call for fenugreek seeds, fresh leaves or even dried leaves (Kasuri Methi). It is supposed to be a powerhouse of nutrition. Thambuli is a very generic yogurt based dish that combines different herbs, greens or vegetables with...
A really quick and easy recipe using cracked wheat/Daliya! A great way to include some vegetables and whole grains :) You can easily adapt this recipe by using only spinach, broccoli or even add in other veggies or other whole grains like quinoa! Cheers to healthy eating!! Ingredients: 150 grams spinach 150...
This is a traditional South Indian vegetarian side dish that generally combines split pigeon peas (toor dal) with green beans or fenugreek leaves. This recipe post combines broccoli with the traditional ingredients, which boosts the nutrition factor of this curry,. and also shows three new ways to serve this...