A lovely treat when that sweet tooth strikes. It can be made for one or in a batch. It is packed with iron and natural goodness. Add cold milk to it and you have delicious and healthy breakfast. The best part – it takes 10 minutes to put together and 20 minutes to bake. The ingredients are all always in your pantry. So from thought to mouth – it takes a total of 30 minutes. Continue reading
These are just an amazing, feel good, pick-me-up snack. Packed with vegetables, they can be made and stored in the refrigerator for upto a week. Best eaten hot, do microwave before sinking your teeth into their yummy goodness! All vegetables I use are raw, except for corn, which I boil before adding. Avoid red / white onions as they tend to make the muffins smell stale if left for over a day.
Prep time: 20 mins
Cook time: 20-30 mins
Serves: 20 medium muffins Continue reading
This is a really wonderful bread that comes together in less than 10 minutes and takes about 45 minutes to bake. Easy to make on a weekend – it lasts a full week and provides a ready, healthy snack to carry along wherever you go. You can toast it and butter it. You can eat it cold, straight out of the fridge. It is truly a blessing.
Prep time: < 10 mins
Cook time: 45 mins
Serves: 12-13 hearty slices Continue reading
These are delicious. The raw mix freezes really well. Super for breakfast or dinner.
Prep time: 20 mins
Cook time: ~20 mins
Serves: 8-10 cutlets per batch (recipe makes 2 batches) Continue reading
So here’s the deal. Very, very rarely, there comes a time when I don’t feel like eating. For people who know me, this is very hard to believe, but it does happen. At times like these, this salad hits the spot.
Prep time: 15 mins
Cook time: –
Serves: 4 servings Continue reading
Every corporate flunky worth her or his salt, will at some point(s) in their career, have uttered the words,“Let us make a plan for this project and ensure that we track the milestones and/or deliverables.” or a variation thereof. Continue reading
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A few days back, I was doing a kickass workout led by our running coach today, when it struck me – this trend of todays’ city women not strength training has no historical basis. Take India, for instance. As a primarily agricultural economy till a few decades back, our women were active field workers, took care of all household work, raised children, carried water, lugged firewood – the completion of all of which was highly dependent on the strength quotient of women. Continue reading