Piquant curried lentil salad, with mango, beets and baby spinach!
Delicious Indian dinner menu for spring, with streamlined recipes, that are also healthier than take out! Spring really puts a spring in our step, doesn’t it? I especially enjoy the longer days but it is still cold here. So, a warm dinner with the flavors of spring, is perfect for this time of the year.... Continue Reading →
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 →
Vegetarian, savory and sweet Cauliflower Steaks with spices and maple syrup are so moreish, bet you cannot stop at just one!
I was super excited about my trip to Chennai, India and it exceeded my expectations on two major fronts- food and architecture. As you all know, I am a huge foodie and when taste, mindfulness and creativity are combined, it simply invigorates me ! And that is what happened at the Madras Pavilion at ITC’s... Continue Reading →
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! India celebrates Independence Day on August 15th. It is a holiday celebrated in all the states but with huge pomp in New Delhi,... Continue Reading →
All natural, no preservatives added, figure friendly, unique and flavorful salads, perfect for summer! Boston is experiencing a heat wave this summer. I complain all through winter when I wait for warm weather, so I am not complaining now. This is my kind of weather for summer salads. These unique, figure friendly, all natural salads... Continue Reading →
This Memorial day weekend, as we look forward to summer, here are Indfused's most popular mango recipes. Growing up in India, my childhood summers were filled with the fragrance of the ripe Alphonso or Hapoos mangoes. The mangoes came in crates of 5 dozen mangoes each, packed carefully in hay and I would happily fetch... Continue Reading →