Flavour Indulgence

Exotic Flavours Handcrafted For Indulgence

Apple,Kiwi and Banana Smoothie

Here is another breakfast smoothie from my kitchen. This time it’s all about fruits. Some other smoothies from my counter. Smoothie that’s rich in protein ย Oats-Banana smoothie   Read on for the apple, kiwi and banana smoothie. Ingredients: Apple – 1 Kiwi – 1 Banana – 1 Milk – 1 cup Honey (optional) – as per taste Method of Preparation: Peel and cut the fruits. Put in blender along with […]

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Cheesy Veggie Toasts

Kids love to have snacks those are colourful and tasty as per their taste buds. Sometime back when we had a family get-together at home where kids were also a part of it, I had to come up with some dishes which would be kid friendly and they could also enjoy. This cheesy veggie toast is one of such dishes that’s not only look wise colorful and vibrant but also […]

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Aloo Sabji – No Onion No Garlic

During almost all festivals, we do not have onion and garlic. So we will have to come up with different varieties of spice mixtures in order to bring in the taste in curry and also to thicken the gravy. This is one such potato curry that everybody loves in my family. It goes well with hot paratha or poori. Read on for the recipe below. Ingredients: For the spice mixture: […]

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Doodh Peni

Peni is like very thin noodles which is prepared from all purpose flour and ghee. This doodh peni is a very famous sweet dish around southern parts of India. During the festival of Diwali, almost all households prepare this and the sale of instant peni surges like anything. Previously peni used to be prepared at home manually. But these days easy availability of peni at sweet shops and super markets […]

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Diwali – The Festival of Lights

Diwali or Deepavali is the festival of lights that is celebrated on the amavasya of Hindu month Kartik. It is said that lord Shri Ram along with his wife Sita and brother Laxman reached the state of Ayodhya on this day after killing Ravana. So the people of Ayodhya had decorated the streets with diyas in order to welcome them and lighten the roads on this dark amavasya night. This […]

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Kankada Bhaja (Forest Bitter Gourd Fry)

Kankada bhaja or forest bitter gourd fry is a one of the liked side dishes with white rice amongst the Odiya people. Though this vegetable is from bitter gourd family, it doesn’t taste bitter. It’s preparation is very simple. Read on for the recipe. Ingredients: Kankada (forest bitter gourd) -10 Rice flour – 1 tbsp Turmeric powder – 1 tsp Red chilli powder – 1 tsp Salt – as per […]

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Protein Rich Smoothie

Most of the times I love to have different kinds of healthy smoothies as my breakfast as that saves me the cooking time. Lazy me ๐Ÿ™‚ . But yes, I do utilize that saved time in preparing lunch.. fair enough I guess ๐Ÿ˜‰ This smoothie in context is rich in protein and packed with nutrients. Also it keeps one full for longer. I usually have this smoothie around 9.50-10.00 AM […]

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Keto Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate mousse is my toddler’s all time favorite. Even at times I love to indulge in the heavenly chocolaty mousse. My physician has advised me to follow low carbohydrate diet because of some medical issues. And there was I craving for something sweet very badly. But then I wanted it to be guilt free as well. So I went ahead and prepared this heavenly keto friendly (Ketogenic diet is a […]

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Oats Porridge with Raisins

Oats is considered to be one of the healthiest whole grains with innumerable benefits. It’s a good source of carbohydrate and dietary fiber. It helps in lowering cholesterol level in body. There are many recipes those can be prepared using oats. Oats porridge or kheer can be had as a breakfast item. This recipe is hassle free and can be prepared instantly. Here is the recipe. Ingredients: Rolled Oats – […]

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Sevaiya (Vermicelli) Upma

Upma is a savoury Indian dish that’s prepared with grains like flattened rice (poha), oats, dalia (broken wheat) etc and mixed vegetables. Different combinations of spices and sauces are also used in different types of upma. Upma is mostly considered as a breakfast dish. But it can be had as brunch or heavy snack item also. Here the recipe talks about vermicelli upma. I mostly prepare this in dinner when […]

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