There are many ready made packets of Indian tea out there, however there is nothing like a cup of freshly made India tea as the days get colder! Give this a go you will never make do with the ready made packets again.
Most indians hate wasting food, this is one of them meals that is quick and easy. When you have left over wraps or chapati (indian flat bread) make this delicious dish. It
is an amazing meal for breakfast or supper, the ginger and spice make it very homely and warming, the wraps makes it filling.
This was the first curry I made, I still have fond memories of cooking this at 2am after a night out with friend, to fill a hunger hole. Its very quick to make but packs a tasty punch, you can also add other vegetables such as potatoes. Give it a go and let me know the results…
I was lucky enough to work with Danni who made these brownies for me on a regular basis at work. The routine was simple elevenses with a nice freshly brewed coffee and these brownies. Yummy. Warning they are addictive but hey you only live once.. Enjoy and let me know what you think!!
This is a quick and easy recipe for busy folk that still want to each healthy tasty food. The translation of Kitchari is mixture. It is packed full of protein and easy to digest.
Its my go to food when I have little time but want to eat tasty food. It is really easy to make, relatively inexpensive
Kitchari is a traditional Ayurvedic dish that’s known to assist in detoxing the body. Kitchari provides awesome nutrients while cleansing the toxins out of the body. Kitchari is made with mung beans, Basmati rice, seasonal vegetables, ghee/ butter coconut oil (vegan) and spices. The mung beans are known for their ability to remove toxins, from the body. Mung beans are also a great source of protein and a rich source of antioxidants and phytonutrients.
Kitchari is a traditional healing “porridge” that has been known to help people gain strength after an illness. Enjoy the recipe and feel free to comment and leave feedback.