Recipes

Cornflake Crumbed Cottage Cheese Fritters

It is a tradition in India, to drink piping hot tea with milk and sugar and eat crispy fritters when there is a heavy downpour of rain. Irrespective of which part of the diverse country one maybe from, this is a national action that binds us. One such gloomy, rainy day, a similar desire arose.… Continue reading Cornflake Crumbed Cottage Cheese Fritters

Bakery, Breakfast, Dips, Sauces, & Marinades, Healthy Eating, No-cook meals, Recipes

Homemade Honey Roasted Almond Butter

Nut butters are increasingly becoming more and more popular around the world, although in most countries around the world, peanut butter is the most popular or the only nut butter easily available. I've been addicted to peanut butter for as long as I can remember. But I recently realized that not only is peanut butter… Continue reading Homemade Honey Roasted Almond Butter

Meal Plans, My First Kitchen

Get.. Set.. Go! A week’s worth of healthy eating (Meal Plan)

Creating a meal plan for the week is hard enough; Doing it for the first time is the most stressful thing ever - what do I make? What groceries do I need? Will I have enough groceries? Do I have too much? Now, add to this the shortage of time to shop and cook, due… Continue reading Get.. Set.. Go! A week’s worth of healthy eating (Meal Plan)

10-minute meals, Breakfast, Cooking for one, Healthy Eating, Non-vegetarian, Recipes

The Fluffiest Omelettes Ever

Cooking for one person can be a complete pain, even for the most avid cook. And then there's the question of variety; cooking for one, or even eating by one's self doesn't allow me to sample different things. So, what to do about those meals where I am craving everything savory under the sun? I… Continue reading The Fluffiest Omelettes Ever

10-minute meals, Breakfast, Dips, Sauces, & Marinades, No-cook meals, Recipes

Homemade Peanut Butter

Although originally an American condiment, Peanut Butter is gaining a tremendous number of fans across the world; and why not?! It's so versatile that a jar of peanut butter can make a meal of any combination of random ingredients - something that a tired young working professional in need of feeding him/herself looks forward to… Continue reading Homemade Peanut Butter

My First Kitchen

The Devil’s Double – using substitutes (Part 1)

Research supports the belief that the human body is designed for simple foods. Add to that our sedentary lifestyles, and greasy, preservative filled, synthetic instant food, and what you’re left with is a scenario that leads to incredibly unhealthy bodies, prone to weight gain, and sickness. But, with so many temptations out there, guilt or… Continue reading The Devil’s Double – using substitutes (Part 1)