Learn how to make this sweet, tangy, juicy, spicy pineapple avocado salsa and serve in an attractive pineapple boat.
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A chilled soup to start a summer dinner is as heavenly as getting a massage after a hectic day! A bunch of herbs like the cool mint and the flavorful cilantro along with cucumber make this chilled cucumber herb soup delicious, healthy and exciting. One of my favorites, this cucumber herb soup is super easy …
“A coleslaw without mayo?” The family was quite skeptical when I made it the first time, until they tasted it. After all, the definition of deli-style coleslaw is a few shreds of cabbage slathered with mayo. The creamy texture can be achieved with yogurt without compromising on the taste, provided you use the right combination …
Succulent chicken cubes with red rice and red beans with a simple soy sauce seasoning can never go wrong. In this recipe, the combination of red rice, red beans and vegetables like purple cabbage and carrots makes a humble meat like chicken exotic and healthy.
Fluffy quinoa with cheese, beans and vegetables is a delicious and healthy combo that makes your mouth water at the mere sight of it. And in the form of shallow-fried patties. Love it!
Cauliflower, when paired with vegetables that have complementing flavors, and cooked right, turns out to be irresistible. This recipe includes just a dash of fennel seeds and cumin seeds as flavoring agents, giving the dish a uniquely delicate flavor. This is one of those recipes which prove that the simplest dishes are the tastiest ones.
Avial, a traditional dish of Southern India, is a medley of boiled vegetables in a delicious tangy coconut and tamarind gravy. Avial is generally a vegan dish, but there are modified versions which use yogurt or egg or fish as one of the ingredients.
Quinoa is a complete protein (it is one of the very few foods that have all the amino acids) and gluten-free along with high levels of fiber, calcium, antioxidants, and a host of other nutrients. Quinoa helps in maintaining gut health, heart health, and aids healthy weight loss. Did you know that quinoa is actually not a grain but a seed related to the spinach family? No wonder it is so nutritious!
Red beans are creamier and taste slightly sweeter than the other beans and so they are mostly used only in desserts, especially in Asia. But it is really unfair to the tiny reddish pearls which are chockful of nutrients and antioxidants. This red bean soup recipe is an effort to elevate the red beans to …