Vegetable Fajita Recipe

Fajita is a popular Tex Mex (Texan-Mexican) dish, traditionally made with grilled meat strips served as a taco on a base of flour tortillas..You can make a vegetarian version by substituting the meat with vegetables and beans, just like this recipe has. Moreover, you can omit the cheese and make it vegan too! Fajitas are very interesting in terms of flavours and textures. Firstly, some chunky salsa sauce is spread on the tortillas, next, the vegetables are nicely seasoned and cooked in aromatic spices to uplift their taste. And to top if all off, some good quality cheese is grated with a final touch of cilantro leaves… Continue reading

Epic Kidney Bean Burger

Burgers are a great fast food option..they’re filling, delicious and very satisfying as well. Certainly worth the effort and super easy to make. My burger is exceptionally better and healthier, instead of meat/potatoes or any other condiment, it is prepared using kidney beans..they add a great amount of texture and creaminess. Kidney Beans are perfect for experimenting too, because they have no flavour by themselves, they do require a good amount of condiments that add flavour, so you can go ahead and add whatever you fancy. Continue reading

Killer Macaroni ‘n’ Cheese recipe

Macaroni and cheese or mac ‘n’ cheese is a very popular American dish. The dish may be native to the American mainland, but there exists a very unique recipe from every corner of the world that show cases as just how many variations can be made from this wonderful baby. The best however, will always be the classic recipe for mac n’ cheese; present in every amateur cook’s bucket list, this stellar dish is known for its simplicity. It requires very basic ingredients and can be put together in a matter of 25 minutes from scratch to finish. Continue reading

Penne à la vodka recipe

Italian cuisine is undoubtedly the most popular and most preferred European cuisine… it fills people with joy and happiness when they know that they got Italian food cooking in the house 😀 After all, who wouldn’t love food that is prepared with so much love!? Having eaten almost the same Italian food everyone, people have a misconception that it consists of just pastas, pizzas, breads, etc.. they’re the heart of the cuisine, but there’s certainly a lot more out there. There are hundreds of varieties of the same dish and no way do they all taste similar! This recipe that you’re going to read today is a very special family recipe of mine.

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Mushroom Tikka Masala

Mushroom is one of my favourite things to cook with. It is an incredible vegetable that is so versatile and comes in various shapes and sizes. Nothing absorbs flavours as good as a mushroom, it has such a nice and springy texture when cooked that you will not stop yourself from eating it over and over again. Today, I have an Indian inspired recipe that is offbeat, multi cuisine and finger licking delicious; its my Mushroom Tikka Masala. The mushrooms are firstly marinated in a spicy, flavourful yogurt marinade and then charred to perfection. Continue reading

Tofu, Broccoli Stir Fry – 100%Vegan Recipe

Stir fries, let get talking. I guess you may all be familiar with what stir fries are. They’re basically one pan meals that can be cooked in less than 15 minutes. How? well, the answer to that lies in the recipe.. they’re so quick to put together as everything is cooked in a very hot wok and the ingredients required are minimum, all you have to do is add your favourite ingredients  in; these may include anything from everyday vegetables to brown rice/noodles (they form the base). Then various sauces are added, the mix is seasoned generously and tossed on high flame to make a really quick, instant and flavoursome meal that is ready to serve in a matter of less than 10 minutes. Who wouldn’t love something that speedy and fiery!? Continue reading

Veg Kathi Rolls (Frankies)

Kathi rolls or “Frankie” as they are popularly known, are famous all across India. They differ in terms of size, form, ingredients used and various other aspects. Mine is a typical Mumbai street food inspired Frankie that uses regular day-to-day ingredients, yet tastes dynamic. They form a classic combination when served along with ketchup or a mint-coriander chutney and are perfect for a foodie like you and me. The cheese is however, the star of the recipe, as it elevates the texture and taste of every single ingredient and the whole frankie experience itself. Continue reading

Vegetable Enchilada

When one thinks of Mexican cuisine; tacos, burritos, nachos, quesadillas and various other items come up in their mind.. Enchiladas are in the list too.. However, I feel that they aren’t very heard of or aren’t very popular, especially amongst vegetarians because they are authentically prepared using meat. Hence I bring to my viewers an amazing vegetarian enchilada recipe that will help them give a try to the much-loved Mexican delicacy, but with a veggie twist. This mouth smacking main course item is prepared using corn tortillas that are stuffed with assorted vegetables and cheese. Continue reading

Italian double decker pizza sandwich

Who doesn’t love pizza? … From kids to grown ups alike, everyone loves the crusty pizza base, the delicious tomato sauce/pesto, those yummy greens and the star of the show! The cheese *melty* *melty*. Such a visual treat, isn’t it? Well do not worry if you don’t have the time to make a whole pizza with the added baking time. I have recreated the exact same pizza but in a sandwich form this time. With the exact same sauce, toppings and the cheese all put in between slices of multigrain bread which all together make this wonderful pizza sandwich. Continue reading

Delicious and healthy soya wrap with mint mayo spread

Wraps= the ultimate fillers. They’re packed with the goodness of vegetables and the various sauces that are added to make them creamy and delicious. Usually, people end up adding unhealthy condiments such as processed cheese, tomato ketchup chilli sauce and many such things to cover up the taste of some bitter vegetables and call the wrap “healthy”. However, this time, the wrap I am making consists of soya chunks. They are high in protein, vitamin B, omega 3, fibre and they are good for diabetes and reduce risk of osteoporosis and LDL. Continue reading