I have always been a huge fan of cottage cheese and green vegetables. So I keep trying some variations. This one is a twist to our conventional palak paneer. Instead of palak puree, I used chopped palak and added fresh fenugreek leaves to it. This little change gave subtle difference in taste, flavor and appearance. Easy to make chopped green cottage cheese vegetable is rich in proteins and packed with healthy nutrients. Prepare it without onion and it will still taste great.
Serve it hot with roti, parantha, nan or any other bread. Continue reading Chopped Greens & Cottage Cheese Vegetable
Green Kebabs are somehow similar to Hara Bhara Kebab – a favorite of Indian palate. I simplified the recipe by mixing all the ingredients in one step and by avoiding traditional method of deep frying. Instead, I opted for grilling which is much healthier and less cumbersome. Kebabs are loaded with healthy green vegetables like spinach, peas, coriander etc and flavored with readily available spices. It can be served as an appetizer or as a starter with green chutney. Or make a complete meal by using it to prepare burgers, wraps and rolls. Continue reading Grilled Green Kebabs
Hello friends…It has been a while since I last updated my blog. I was travelling; went to my favourite destinations in the Himalayas – Rishikesh & Mussoorie. Beautiful, divine destinations, feel like going and again. in fact, this was my second trip in the last 3 years. I love their local cuisine which involves many local ingredients which I am going to share later.
I will start with my favourite recipe – Cottage cheese slider…a easy & healthy starter. It’s main ingredients are cottage cheese and curd, which are rich source of proteins. So if you want to increase your protein intake then try this one. Add vegetables of your choice to make it a perfect healthy appetizer. Continue reading Cottage Cheese Slider with Vegetables
Theses dumplings are similar to Paneer or Cottage Cheese Kofta. Koftas are very popular as an Indian main course but, unfortunately, they are generally deep-fried. I’ve tried to make it healthier by steaming them with the same ingredients. It turned out quiet tasty and is much easier to make. I added spinach to simply make it more nutritive and colourful. It can be served with chapatis, nan or any Indian bread. Continue reading Steamed Cottage Cheese & Spinach Dumplings with Zesty Tomato puree