Crunchy green mango salad

Dear readers, today I wanted to try my own version of the green mango salad and was able to pull it off with moderate success. No, actually you should be telling me if it’s a moderate or great success!

How to survive a heartbreak

If you’ve experienced the dark, you can better appreciate the light We all have to experience darker days at some point in our lives. Bad things happen, but they don’t have to make us sour. It’s how we handle our troubles that count, not the troubles themselves. Whatever you’ve lost, never lose hope. Every experience…

Gooseberry pickle with olive oil

Pickles are a great way to preserve food as well as the nutrients in it, but unfortunately, they contain added salt and oil which take away the health advantage. This recipe preserves the traditional taste, at the same time maintains the health aspect. The traditional pickle is prepared with sesame oil, here I’ve used extra…

Spicy curried chicken balls

A general misconception is that curries are unhealthy and full of fat. That’s definitely not the case with homemade curries, unlike the ones served in restaurants which are laden with oil and coconut milk. Curries can be very healthy and there is a lot of variety too- curries with lentils, beans, vegetables, chicken, egg, fish,…

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Stretch your dollar while you enjoy grocery shopping

  Enthusiasm is the baking powder of life. Without it, you’re flat. With it, you rise. Stretching the dollar is ok, but am I crazy to suggest that you enjoy grocery shopping? Maybe. If that craziness would help me do a better job and feel happy about it. Even if the task is as mundane…

Restaurant-style breaded prawns

      One of the favourite restaurant starters for most of us, the breaded prawns are also easy to prepare. The twist in today’s recipe is the aromatic rosemary flavour. Prawns are a great source of protein, low in calories and saturated fat, rich in omega-3 fatty acids, selenium, vitamin B12, calcium and vitamin…

Tips for sleeping well

Blessed is the person who is too busy to worry in the daytime and too sleepy to worry at night. Eat right, sleep well, exercise enough and love without limits – you are well on your way towards achieving good health. One in three of us is known to suffer from poor sleep. Apart from…

Zesty and nutty cherry tomato salad

  I’m quite excited to introduce this tomato salad. It is inspired by my Indian palate, full of flavours with sesame, jaggery and tamarind. These ingredients not only impart a unique, complementing taste to the salad but also have high nutritional value. Once you master this combination, you will not go for those creamy store-bought…

Vegetarian Tom yum soup

When you have a healthy mind and body, you put passion and zeal into everything you do. It can be quite an ordeal to get a tom yum soup that is purely vegetarian without the fish sauce and meat. The store bought tom yum paste is made predominantly with fish sauce. So I tried experimenting…

A beautiful mind – the inside story

The mind is everything. What you think, you become – Buddha. When was the last time you watched a life-changing, inspiring movie? It happened to me when I got the chance to watch the oscar-winning movie, “A beautiful mind”, after almost 15 years since its release.

Cream of asparagus soup (dairy free)

Health is the best gift you can give your family and the world Today let’s discuss the recipe for a healthy and nutritious dairy-free cream of asparagus soup. Yes, you are reading it right, it is a no-dairy, no-flour “creamy” soup. Yet another attempt of mine to introduce a healthy version of a traditional soup…