Category: Veg

Palak Sandwich


Try this quick to make wholesome Sandwich that has its all- good carbs (from wheat bread), dairy protein (from the milk and cheese), iron and potassium from Spinach and low fat corn fibre bursting with good health, plenty of fibre rich which makes it super nutritious and yummy to indulge. Kids to Adults would love this Sandwich as there is absolutely no compromise on the taste...

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Ragi Malt


Ragi, also known as Finger millet is one of the important cereals which occupies the highest area under cultivation among the small millets in India especially Karnataka. In this modern times, most of us prefer the imported cereals like oats, muesli to keep us hale and healthy…but how many of us know about this wholesome and nutritive cereal which is grown in abundance in our own beautiful country?

Ragi Malt is a natural energy drink that helps keep the body en...

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Beans Poriyal


After a very loooooooooooooong time, here is a post on a Green Beans Receipe.
Green beans may be a particularly helpful food for providing us with the mineral silicon which is very important for bone health.It also contains an impressive list of antioxidant plant pigments thus it can reduce the risk of cancer.The soluble fiber found in beans may help to reduce LDL (“bad”) cholesterol levels too...

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Veg Fried Rice


Here is a Quick and yummy Chinese Fried Rice recipe for a delicious lunch on weekends or for busy weekdays. Kids would love this and it always makes a great school lunch or after school dish for them.

You can reform your left over rice into this much loved fried rice and all it takes is just 10 mts to make when you have the veggies too ready...

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Upma or Uppumma or Uppittu (Kannada) is a common South Indian breakfast and a very popular Karnataka breakfast dish, cooked from dry roasted semolina. Various seasonings and/or vegetables are often added during the cooking, depending on individual preferences.

In Karnataka, it is also served with another popular sweet dish of Karnataka Kesari bhath, both in equal quantity in one plate which is very popularly called as the “Chow Chow Bath”...

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