This is one tasty, delicious pasta dish. It’s loaded with veggies as well (to compensate any guilt that might otherwise arise). You’re sure to over-eat this one. So have some soup before to minimize the damage. “Warnings” apart, enjoy it ! We did.
A delicious bread pudding with blueberries. The recipe also has ginger, cardamon, nutmeg, and plenty fiber to minimize some of the negative effects dairy might have on the stomach or sinuses.
A wonderful no meat, no onion, no garlic, chili recipe! This is a recipe we found online and adapted to meet our specific diet requirements and taste. But no worries, you’re sure to savor the taste, the smell, and the full experience of a chili. The recipe makes 6 – 8 servings.
Chips and Guacamole is a regular friday night tradition in our house. This is a simple, wonderful recipe that can also be used in mexican preparations like Burritos, Seven Layered dips, Tacos, Nachos, etc. This is a wonderful way to feed Avocados to your young ones. Skip the green chilli if your little one is sensitive, as it is hard to find it amidst the guacamole.
This is a simple Asparagus soup, adapted from Kurma Das’ recipe. Asparagus is one of the most nutritionally well-balanced vegetables. This can be easily made for ekadasi by omitting asafoetida.
A simple treat that will melt in your mouth. We made this for Lord Jagannath’s feast at the temple and were really happy the way it turned out. It’s sure to keep your little ones happy (“big” little ones included as well). This recipe will make about 2 dozen cookies.