An obligatory thanksgiving staple! This simple yet delicious Cranberry and Apple Chutney takes the turkey to a whole new level! I’ve been known to shamelessly slather copious amounts of this chutney on everything in sight. Hah! Continue reading “Cranberry Apple Sauce/Chutney”
No Thanksgiving feast is complete without potatoes in some form. For someone like me, who hasn’t had more than a couple of those scrumptious feasts, classic mashed potatoes are what dreams are made of. Continue reading “Creamy Mashed Potatoes”
Another traditional Thanksgiving must-have! There are different ways of cooking your beans. Here, I’m just showing my usual way. Continue reading “Best Green Beans”
Its soup weather and you can officially start having soup for every meal.
A good soup is like a giant hug, keeps you warm and happy with a sense of gratification. Talking about soup gives me all kinds of cozy feelings like a fuzzy blanket. Like curling up in bed with a good book and a mug of hot soup while it endlessly snows outside. Continue reading “Delicious Butternut Squash Soup”
Hummus is a staple in my household and disappears in less than a minute after serving. While testing recipes, I ate copious quantities of this velvety dip. I think the blood in my veins is now replaced with hummus. Continue reading “Easy Homemade Hummus”
If you know me, then you know I travel a lot with my partner. More often than not, we end up staying in chain hotels while on the road. I try to stay locally wherever I go and pay those folks instead of a multi-million dollar chain, but it’s not always possible. Continue reading “Autumn Breakfast Hash”
Smoothies are my absolute favorite beverage! I can have them any time of the day, any day of the week, any week of the.. well you get the point!
I’m so excited to write this post because I have been asked for smoothie recipes on Instagram by few too many people. Well, finally here it is. Just a few of many many smoothies I have on a daily basis.
I have been making (and devouring) smoothies since quite long now. The first ever smoothie I made was with bananas, kiwi squash/concentrate, yogurt, milk and honey. As time passed, I experimented with a ton of fruits and veggies to create different types of smoothies with or without yogurt and milk. Recently I started leaving out regular milk from as many meals as I could. That also meant I cut down on yogurt. Started using almond milk which gave the smoothies a subtle flavor and made them sublime. Not that I turned vegan, just that I like the taste of almond milk. I also started adding protein and fruit powders to boost their health quo. Continue reading “Smoothies galore”