Kitcheri is unique because it falls under both the neutral and medicinal categories. It provides nourishment, and due to the spice combination, also benefits digestion.
This incredibly tasty gourmet soup is not only loaded with flavour but also with plant protein, fibre and essential vitamins and minerals. The protein comes from the split chickpeas (chana dal).
The active ingredient, curcumin and other chemical compounds in turmeric have numerous health benefits because they have powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-septic, anti-fungal, anti-oxidant properties.
Turmeric may be the most effective nutritional supplement in existence. Scientific studies suggest that it has major benefits for your body and brain
The traditional way of making yellow daal is a two step process. The lentils are cooked separately. Meanwhile, you make a “tadka” with minced onion, ginger, garlic, spices and in some recipes also tomato.
Veggie Pakoras is a very popular savoury Indian snack. Even though they are deep fried, pakoras have a lot of nutritional value due to the variety of fresh vegetables, spices and batter made with chick pea flour.
There are many different types and variations of Indian flatbreads: roti or chapati; naan; prautha; as well as stuffed versions of each type.
This unique yet easy vegan dish is a sure way to impress the most discerning of palates. The green garbanzo beans definitely add a wow factor.
Cream Of Asparagus soup is such a favourite of mine. I love the rich silky smooth consistency, and of course the flavour of fresh asparagus.
These roasted root vegetables are a medley of colours and flavours. The combination of tandoori spice, coriander, grainy mustard and Italian herbs in the seasoning makes these vegetables a fusion of Indian and Mediterranean flavours.