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This soup is popular in India. You can mix or match any other veggies of your choice
this is a power house powder with no added sugar or honey. If you want to make bars you can add melted ghee and press it on a greased baking sheets and cut it into bars. But this step will increase the calorie count and fat. You can also add cinnamon or nutmeg to it.I like it just like this.
quinoa is made with potatoes and peanuts. My moms recipe and absolutely delightful.
It is a cooling and refreshing drink. Very popular in India. This version is simpler than original recipe
very popular dessert in India
This salsa is sweet and sour and very refreshing. Also goes well grilled fish or chicken
This is a healthy and filling dish which can be eaten for lunch or dinner. Also can be made in big batches since it tastes good next day too.
This Banana Bread is from all recipe. No oil or butter but tastes pretty good.
This is my most favorite soup. It is very creamy without adding any cream at all.
This is I noarmally eat everyday.
This is yummy chili and very forgiving too. You can add any vegetable or beans you like. Add little brown sugar instead of ketchup. If you are a cheese lover add a handful of cheese on top of hot chili and enjoy
This is sprouted mung bean can be eaten as a meal with a slice of bread or as a side dish
There are lot of variations of dal in India but its a staple in Indian household. Almost everyday they eat some kind of dal. For this dal I either use moong or masoor dal.
Spinach cooked with peanuts and lentils.
Healthier version of ramen
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I love to cook and for past couple of years I have reduced my fat intake and started cooking healthy. I am really excited to put all those recipes into a book.