by Pallavi Purani

Ingredient: cabbage

Masala Oats Manchurian

Masala Oats Manchurian

I have always wondered how to use the Masala Oats packs that have been lying with me. Archana’s Kitchen comes to rescue in such cases. I used her recipe as a base to make these.

Clear Soup with Dumplings

Clear Soup with Dumplings

There are times when we look for a soup that is a meal on it own. This vegetable and dumpling soup is a perfect choice for dinner and also for parties at home. The best version of the broth/soup shall be one that is home made. Here are two options of the stock that you can use: Vegetable Stock Beetroot Vegetable Stock I used the first recipe for this soup.

Kobi-Gajar-Jowar na Muthia

Kobi-Gajar-Jowar na Muthia

Muthias come is a lot of forms, deep fried, steamed, steamed or steamed and stir fried. They are a power house of whole grains, vegetables and are sturdy health wise. I have found a super simple way to make a keep muthia’s base ready to use. Once it is available, it takes almost 10 minutes to assemble dinner/snack. I used Moong dal, tuver dal, cracked wheat and chana dal as the base. To this I keep adding flours like jowar, bajra, ragi etc to make the muthias. Keep the lentils and kansaar mix as a ready to use. I always…

Mixed Peppers Yogurt Coleslaw Sandwich

Mixed Peppers Yogurt Coleslaw Sandwich

A coleslaw is traditionally made with mayonnaise as a binding agent for your sandwich. Coleslaw reminds me of the fancy high tea events at The Meikles Hotel, Harare. The hotel was a home for a few months as I was at Harare for a project. The colonial charm, architecture, humble staff have left a memory to last a life time. What if we can swap the heavy mayonnaise for something more healthy?

Faux pasta

Faux pasta

I have been trying my hands on healthy food at home for a while. It has been a really lovely journey where I am trying to eat clean and portion the meals.

Bajra Jowar Na Muthia

Bajra Jowar Na Muthia

Muthia is a steamed cake of sorts. It can have a lot of variations like bottle gourd, methi, corriander, cabbage and so on. Usually people make it in gram flour but I gave this one a twist and made it with Jowar and bajra flour. What a stunner.

Kobi-Tuver Seeng Shaaq

Kobi-Tuver Seeng Shaaq

Let me introduce you to a gujju favourite bean. Lila Tuver Seeng.

Bok Choy-Zucchini in Lettuce cups

Bok Choy-Zucchini in Lettuce cups

I am in love with Iceberg lettuce but I had never done anything interesting with it, apart from tossing a sweet mustard dressing on it and munching with some soup and toast.

Spring Rolls- Blog Hop Week #20

Spring Rolls- Blog Hop Week #20

I am very lucky to land on the 99th post with this very special post. I cant thank Radhika enough for letting me be a part of this Blog Hop team. There are some really talented people out there who are more then willing to he

Kobi na Muthia #Gujaratifood101 Cabbage/Gobhi Muthai

Kobi na Muthia #Gujaratifood101 Cabbage/Gobhi Muthai

Muthai’s are essentially a Gujarati Snack that become family favorites easily. All you shall need is a lovely vegetable [Hero of the dish], Flours [Supporting artists], some spice, some steaming and some tempering.