Pazham Pori

Who’s ready to make a simple yet flavourful snack from Kerala? Yes, I am talking about the humble Pazham Pori. Having been born and brought up in Kerala, this recipe … Continue Reading →


I have always been a big fan of Middle Eastern cuisine and this recipe is so close to my heart. Hummus is made with chickpea which is an excellent source … Continue Reading →

Ribbon Pakoda (Pakodam)

Ribbon Pakoda or Pakodam is a traditional snack made using gram flour / chick pea flour. Very simple to make, crispy and it stays good for several days if stored … Continue Reading →

Kale Chips

Today’s post is the second post of the Meet the Blogger Series event of Favourite Recipes group on Facebook run by Swathi Iyer of Zesty South Indian Kitchen. I thought … Continue Reading →

Apple Cinnamon Muffins (Dairy Free and Vegan)

Does anyone know when this Apple – Cinnamon love affair started? It is the perfect match made in the gastronomic heaven!! It can satiate your taste buds to the fullest. … Continue Reading →

Homemade Banana Chips

Vishu is the harvest festival of Kerala and we celebrate it with lots of rituals. There is a Vishukkani kept in every house and we should get up early in … Continue Reading →

Roasted Phool Makhana / Lotus seeds / Fox nuts

I came across this snack called Roasted Phool Makhana about 3 – 4 years ago as I was reading an article about Rujuta Diwekar, the official dietitian of Bollywood actress … Continue Reading →

No bake Vegan Energy Bites

I am always in search of healthy snacks on the go. This is an awesome recipe which was passed on to me by my friend Marilyn who posts at Healthy … Continue Reading →

Pistachio – Raisin Biscotti

I am back after a short trip to India. Really missed you all as I did not have any access to the computer. We visited a lot of temples including … Continue Reading →

Eggless, Dairy free and Vegan Banana Bread (whole wheat)

Banana is one of my favourite ingredients in baking. It is mainly because the baked goods turn out very soft and moist when we add bananas. Last week, I was … Continue Reading →