i think i may have found my favorite (slash only) way to eat kale salad... this Crispy Kale Salad with Pears, Dates, + Avocado 🍐🌱🥑🍂 . . first of all, it's like fall in a bowl. so that's awesome 🍁 secondly, you get bites of kale CHIPS with every forkful, and what could be better than that?!?NOTHING. it's amazing 🌿 . . full recipe NEW #ontheblog today!! click the link in my bio to head to my blog 👆🏼
I don't always eat pasta, but when I do I eat a BOMB 💣💥. Esto contiene: Soya texturizada, berenjena, brócoli, tomate, cebolla, pimentón, zanahoria, aguacate, tomillo y pimienta negra 😍. Es una bomba de nutrientes: Carbohidratos, proteína, grasas, minerales esenciales, vitaminas, antioxidantes... Todo lo que ustedes quieran.
DeepavaLi is just two days away.. How's the festival prepping coming along?
DeepavaLi tradition is never complete without sweets and savories, right?
Here's what I have for you - Mysore Pak, the beloved sweet of Karnataka. The way it should be made, with lots of Ghee and only Ghee. No compromises Recipe is up on the blog today #linkinbio👆 Want to get your sweet fix?
Have a look and if you make it using my recipe, do share your pictures and tag me! I'd love to see your sweet successes 😁
Also, a bunch of us blogger friends are coming together to do a virtual #Diwalipotluck and my dear friend @playfulcooking Is playing the lovely hostess.
Do check out the ☝️hasthtag to see the potluck menu!
🌿🌱🌷 There is nothing about a banana plant that doesn't serve a culinary purpose. Its leaves are used as natural plates to serve food, it's stem is used to make juices and many savoury preparations, raw bananas are used for frying banana chips and other savoury dishes, and we all know how delicious the ripe ones are! Here I have a banana flower or a banana blossom, and it looks too beautiful to be eaten! But it's a healthy, edible produce, that we should include more into our diet. It's a popular ingredient used in various Indian (and South East Asian) cuisines. They are rich in vitamins, protein, fiber, calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. I am wondering what to make with this fantastic, organic produce! Maybe I'll stir-fry it with some grated coconut, mustard seeds, crushed dry chillies, and curry leaves!! Do you cook with banana flower (blossom)? What is your favourite recipe? . . . . . . . . . .