Fun cooking classes in Lexington, MA , February 7th and 8th, 2020
Gatari Amavasya, celebrated mostly in Maharashtra, India, is the no moon day before the beginning of Shravan, the holy month in the Hindu calendar. To me, Gatari Amavasya seems similar to Fat Tuesday. Many people observe the holy month by abstaining from non- vegetarian foods. So, they feast on Gatari Amavasya, the day before the... Continue Reading →
Figure-friendly, protein rich, piquant appetizer that is ready in 17 minutes in the air fryer! This healthy appetizer is such a hit at parties! It is my favorite snack for summer munching on the patio as well. With Indfused’s recipe for Spicy Seared Edamame as the guide, this recipe was developed for the air fryer.... Continue Reading →
Served with cocktails, mocktails or with your afternoon tea, this popular,snack is now guilt free! It is also gluten free and protein rich. Traditionally the popular masala peanut bhujias are deep fried. They are so hard to resist in the stores! But I knew that once I bought them, I would open the package in... Continue Reading →
Green Chickpeas-The new superfood snack with turmeric, crisp curry leaves and coconut oil and coconut chips! Crisp on the outside, soft and delicious on the inside!
Besan Pancake with Black Beans and Roasted Corn are scrumptious, nubby, protein rich pancakes. It is an Indian fusion recipe with Mexican toppings. Healthy, delicious and quick and easy! #20minutemeals #easyindianrecipes #Indianfusionrecipes #healthyindianrecipes
Hello everyone, Wishing you all a Happy and Healthy Valentine's Day! I am sharing with you some tried and true, fun, easy and healthy recipes. Life is all about balance right? The salad and kebab are a nutritious start for the meal and the desserts are The Parmesan Crisp Nest for the Lovebirds can be... Continue Reading →
Tomorrow January 26th, India’s Republic Day, is an Indian national holiday, celebrated with grandeur and pride all over India.
Here in America, my students will be presenting at the Republic Day celebration held at the Indian cultural school. I am looking forward to hearing their views and ideas. India’s tri colors are seen all around on this special day.
Here are some fun and healthy recipes to make and enjoy with kids to celebrate the tricolors!
Tricolor recipes to celebrate Indian Independence Day! Fun recipes to make and enjoy with kids! Nutritious and nectarous Overnight Oats in Coconut Milk, Tiranga Vegetarian Sandwiches, Cool Crisp Cucumber Cups stuffed with carrot koshimbir!
Tricolor recipes to celebrate India’s independence Day with kids ! Easy recipes for nutritious and nectarous Overnight Oats with coconut milk , Tiranga sandwiches with cheese and cool cucumber cups with carrot koshimbir topped with yogurt!
India celebrates Independence Day on August 15th. It is a holiday celebrated in all the states but with huge pomp in New Delhi, India’s capital.
Growing up in India, we woke up early morning to attend the flag hoisting ceremonies and parades at our school every year. Some years our school participated in a huge parade where all schools came together to celebrate and sing patriotic songs. India’s flag and its tricolors were all around us.
That is my inspiration for these…
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