Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Eggless Wheat Flour and Banana Cake

Another year comes to an end!! This year was special...My dream of starting a blog came true. This dream would have not become a reality, if not for the support and encouragement from each one of you."THANK YOU ALL FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART!!" As we begin a new year and a new chapter let us all pray and hope that 2015 will be filled with Happy and Fun filled Moments :) Keep encouraging and trying out our recipes....We will try our level best to keep up to your expectations :) Let us start this year with a sweet and a healthy cake. This cake was introduced to me by my Dear friend Jayashri Baleri. A cake that can be eaten guilt free...very healthy, easy to make and delicious. HAPPY NEW YEAR :)

Monday, December 15, 2014

Spicy And Tangy Aloo Paratha

Aloo Paratha, The king of all parathas, a typical North Indian delicacy,an all time favourite. I was very bad in making parathas especially the stuffed ones. Everytime I tried they used to tear. It was then that a very good friend of mine,one who i admire a lot Jayashri Baleri came up with her lip smacking aloo paratha recipe. She was the one who taught me to make perfect parathas. The addition of ajwain, amchur powder is the highlight of this recipe. Forget all the calories and enjoy this spicy tangy paratha.This one for you Jayu :)

Monday, December 8, 2014

Eggless Wheat And Honey Cake

Eggless Wheat And Honey cake is a low calorie, butterless, sugarless and eggless cake. Easy to make recipe, comes out soft and spongy anf its one  which everyone including the kids,will relish. 

This cake is a special dedication to my Dear Sister Gayatri Praveen Kamath on her Birthday Today. We grew up,laughed, smiled,cried and played together.We have so many special and unforgettable memories. I got into this world of posting in food groups, food photography and blogging after seeing her wonderful food posts. She has been very encouraging and a strong motivation.

This cake is one that I learnt from her. The recipe is adapted from Here. The original recipe uses maida/ all purpose flour. But Gayatri made it healthier by adding wheat flour instead of maida. Hope you will like it. This one for you Gatti :) Thanks for being there :)

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Godhumai/Wheat Rava Adai

Dosa is a very common breakfast item in South India. There are different varieties of Dosas. Adai is a spicy lentil dosa that has originated from Tamil Nadu. It is normally made with a batter that has a combination of rice and lentils but we have given it a healthy twist and replaced rice with godhumai / wheat rava. It is a complete meal, full of nutrients and protiens, ideal breakfast esp for diabetic patients. This can be had with any chutney. But we love it with jaggery or honey. I learnt this from My Dear Mom, when i was on vacations this year. The ones she makes tastes delicious.