Favorite recipes from our kitchen! The recipes are what’s called Sattvic Recipes: Vegetarian, no meat, no egg, no onion, no garlic, no mushrooms, no caffeine, no alcohol. Most recipes are vegan by nature, or can be easily adapted to Vegan. Hope you enjoy them! Browse through the articles in the health section for details on the specific diet we follow.
An incredibly soft, flavorful, eggless cake! We have made this cake a few times and has always been well appreciated by all age-groups.
This is a wonderful bread recipe with all the ingredients we wanted in our basic everyday bread! It has plenty whole ingredients – whole wheat, oats, flax – ingredients that you can be comfortable about and with no preservatives.
A pasta recipe incorporating Greens. The health benefits of Greens are countless. This recipe also provides wonderful Indian flavoring to pasta. It is a greens recipe that your kids will love.
This is a simple, quick chutney recipe. It’s another way to add healthy beetroot in your family’s diet. The contrasting taste of tomatoes, chilies, and beet roots is sure to please your palate.
A simple, quick to make, wonderfully tasting sweet. The recipe is a definite crowd-pleaser. The sweet can be made ready in less than 30 minutes, including the setting time.
Rava Ladoo’s, also referred to as Semolina or Cream of Wheat is a wonderful sweet dish that is relatively simple to make. This recipe, if followed correctly, will give you yummy soft ladoos, that’s sure to be loved. Hope you and your family enjoy it.
The Thattai Murukku recipe is a traditional recipe from back home. The tips my mom passed down are detailed in the procedure as well. So follow them and you’re sure to end up with a wonderfully tasting crispy Murukku’s, that will also be very light in oil.
The combination of spices in this Kadai Paneer recipe are incredible. Furthermore, the techniques leaves the paneer soft and incredibly flavorful, just perfect for your chappati, naan, or paratha.
Lightly sweetened (no sugar, just healthy sweetners) with yummy blueberries, bananas, and walnuts! Make it fresh for breakfast or just warm it up before breakfast and the aroma itself will give you a great morning start.