My love for salads has led me to experiment on the myriad options that avail themselves in the store aisles. Rocket leaves or lettuce or spinach? Berry dressing or a simple lemon one? Walnuts, almonds or pecans for that extra crunch? I’m like a hyperactive child when it comes to salad shopping! Like I mentioned, my love for salads began fairly recently when I decided to explore the world of healthy eating. Not that I don’t indulge in high calorie foods ( take a look at my recipe index for proof!) but I’ve also begun to seriously indulge in healthy options. Another realisation that came to light was that salad making & eating is far from boring. It’s so much more than torn lettuce leaves & tomato slices topped with spoonfuls of mayonnaise. Continue reading “#Baby Carrot Salad”
There are days when all you want is some no-fuss comfort food that can satiate the tummy & the soul. Hulnuch is one such dish. Made with Idli Rava or Cream of Rice and curds, it’s ideal for winter mornings. This recipe takes me back to a simpler time a.k.a childhood when my grandma would make this for us. A few days back, bored of the usual upma, poha, idli & dosa, I was in a dilemma as to what to make for breakfast. It suddenly dawned on me that it’s been more than 6 years since I had/made Hulnuch. A quick call to my mom & I was more than ready to face the morning.
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Thanks to Chipotle, we’ve had a faint idea about Mexican cuisine. Be it the rice, tacos, tortilla chips or a burrito, we love it all. Although I’ve been experimenting at home for quite some time, this recipe comes in light of our very recent vacation in Cancun, Mexico. We got to experience Mexican flavours and were thankfully not totally ignorant in the buffet area.
And a week long vacation meant Chips & Guacamole for breakfast, Chips & Guacamole for lunch and Chips & Guacamole for dinner! You would think I got sick and tired of the dish but on the contrary, I wound up liking it more.