Equal parts nutritious and delish, this 9-ingredient coriander egg stir fry pairs well with chapatis or any other Indian bread, or even toast, akki roti (rice flat bread), and dosai. It is a cracking dish, and if you have nothing else to eat it with, this cilantro stir egg fry is good enough to eat on its own!
These delightful breakfast banana date muffins are surprisingly soft, light and scrumptious muffins. The mixed spice lends the banana date muffins depth of flavour and warmth, making it a great breakfast on those cold days, or a light supper on a cold evening.
Walnuts and raisins hold their own, and how, in this lovely hearty golden walnut and raisin loaf. The crunchy nutty walnut is pleasantly complemented by the mushy sweet raisin, and the loaf takes on a full-bodied flavour from the brown sugar and melted butter. A perfect make ahead quick bread for a lazy weekend morn.
Tomato egg coriander stir fry, though made in a hurry with only one egg, one tomato, one onion and a small bunch of coriander, turned out to be just the kind of wholesome cracking dish to start the day. Ideal for when in a hurry and in need of a side dish for your chapatis or dosais or even bread.
These soft and fluffy flakes of steamed rice gently flavoured with the exotic coconut, palm jaggery and gingelly (sesame) oil, will wipe away the toil and sweat of a hard day’s work the morning after. Wholesome and delightful, puttu is a powerful way to start your day.
Nothing in the house but eggs, tomatoes, and onions? Then, scrambled eggs in spicy tomato sauce it is! Mostly sour, somewhat spicy, lightly sweet, and quite creamy: scrambled eggs in tomato chutney is a deceptively simple dish — only 8 ingredients — you’ll fall in love with.
The two cups of zucchini pack in so much moisture, the raisins add to that and make for little pockets of joy, the taste simply amazes, and the spices provide a kick that you’ll love, that you begin to immediately enjoy and love this wild child: the real cool zucchini cupcakes.
Loaded with goodness but uncompromising on the taste, baked eggs on a bed of vegetables are a perfect way to cleanse after a bout of festive eating. Plus, no guilt pangs whatsoever. The vegetables, cheese and egg offer a plethora of flavours and textures that make this dish simply divine!
It’s time you met the most nutritive part of the ridge gourd: the ridge gourd peel. The lovely texture of this ridge gourd peel chutney | peerkangai thol thuvayal bursts with a heady amalgamation of flavours: sweet, sour, chilly, salt (much like scotch) on your tongue making you reach for more.
Whether you want a quick snack or healthy breakfast, there’s always multigrain sundal to the rescue! Packed with protein, fibre, carbohydrates and minerals, it lifts a wilting you. Lightly tempered and seasoned with freshly grated coconut, It’s light on the stomach and mighty delicious.