Blueberry Coconut Chia Pudding

I am a huge huge fan of Chia puddings for various reasons. They are super healthy, absolute breeze to prepare and they always taste soo soo good. I have been experimenting a lot with the flavours I can incorporate in the Chia pudding and I’m in love with this version. Blueberries are extremely nutritious as…

Blackforest Chia Pudding

Moving on to the 5th post in our GET FIT series. Hope you guys liked the Mango Chia pudding I shared a couple of days ago. Here is another flavour using the fruit of the season… Cherries. You will be making two bowls of chia this time to get the classic Blackforest flavours- Chocolate, Vanilla…

Mango Chia Pudding

The 2nd recipe in my series of GET FIT… Chia Seeds are a powerhouse of nutrients. They are rich in antioxidants, iron, magnesium, calcium & fibre. They are also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which in turn help to raise HDL, the good cholesterol that protects us against heart attacks. Due to their…

Jowar Upma

So this is the first in the series of my GET FIT recipes. We all know the benefits of whole grains and how nutritious they are. Today we are using JOWAR, also called Sorghum. Jowar is gluten free, rich in fibre, its an excellent source of Protein, helps control blood sugar, increases our Immunity &…

Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Who doesn’t like a good sandwich which is ready in minutes. I definitely do! So before we begin here is a disclaimer *if anyone is on a diet or watching their wait this is not for you* This sandwich is just the right amount of cheesy and goey and is ready in less than 5…

Onion & Capsicum Grilled Sandwich

They say have breakfast like a King… and we should serve ourselves a healthy yet delicious one! These sandwiches are super super easy and very yummy! Though they taste best when served hot… but I have come to observe that they taste equally good in your packed breakfast as well… where they might get cold!…

Veggie Frittata

On our recent trip to McLeodganj we went to this beautiful small cafe for breakfast and the chef advised us to try their veggie Frittata… and it was lovely! We came back and one Sunday my husband asked me to re-create the dish! I made my version of the Frittata and it turned out just…

Khus khus ka Parantha (poppy seed parantha)

Khus khus or as you may call Poppy Seeds are small white pearl like seeds derived from the opium plant. They may vary in colour either white/cream or blackish! Khus khus or poppy seeds are a great source of nutrients being high in calcium, magnesium,potassium and iron. It is a great source of dietry fibre…

Spinach ‘n Corn Sandwich

They Say “All happiness depends on a leisurely Breakfast!” Rightly so! If you want to be happy throughout the day…Never..& I mean Never step out of the house without a hearty breakfast! It is the most important meal of the day….well I can go on n on about the importance of having breakfast, its scientific…

Bread Pizza

Pizza is a popular Italian dish that has found likeness in all parts of the world. Its a versatile dish that has been adapted to suit local tastes and has undergone various re-inventions.  A bread pizza is no re-invention, its just a dish of convenience, for the times when you  crave a pizza but do…

Churros with Chocolate Sauce ( eggless)

Churros are called Spanish Doughnuts. They are piped into hot oil and fried to a crispy golden brown. They are often served with chocolate sauce. The first time I heard of this dish was while watching Materchef australia! They indeed do look pretty interesting and tempting. There are two versions of churros, one uses eggs,…

Tomato Rosemary Focaccia

Its another variation of the Garlic Rosemary Focaccia recipe I posted few days back! This one has sundried tomatoes kneaded into the dough, and the top has sliced fresh tomatoes, coarse ground pepper, salt and rosemary. Olive oil was generously sprinkled as well! Once it was done I just grated some cheddar on top and…