There's nothing like getting the right dose of protein. It's a myth that vegetarian food is low on protein and that you have to have meat or eggs to get the right dose. Here's a quick recipe that you can try out - my take on the stir-fried oyster mushrooms & smoked tofu. What you'll … Continue reading Stir-fried oyster mushrooms & smoked tofu
What's better than to top this salad with a thousand island salad dressing? Here's a tried and tested vegan recipe that I whipped up for my whole wheat pasta salad on Saturday night!
I've been busy cooking away and eating all of it as well, hence the silence for a week now. Summer has begun and it's quite awful I must add. The fear of possible dehydration got to me this weekend and I've decided to whip up hydrating smoothies at least twice a week. This weekend was … Continue reading An Apple A Day (with a Pear)
My husband and I decided to whip up some au gratin for our Saturday night dinner (this recipe will be up soon) and we had to have something to go with it, and garlic bread is what came to my mind. However, I realized that the active yeast that my mother picked up for me … Continue reading Yeast-less whole wheat focaccia bread for the win!
One summer afternoon in 2014, I was skipping through TV channels when I bumped into the Dr. Seuss' The Lorax movie on Star Movies. The movie had just begun and I was relieved. My grandmother has read out the book to us as a bedtime story and it was now time for me to relive … Continue reading Why the world needs The Lorax before its too late
A simple smoothie can help you up your game first thing on a Monday morning. Saturday was quite an eventful day for us at home - it was time to hit the vegetable store and we found the leafiest of vegetables ready to be blended into the best of homemade smoothies. I made this Go … Continue reading The power of Going Green!