Healthy Soya Chunk Pulao

One Pot Rice is never ever a bad idea for a fulfilling meal for a non-passionate cook like me. Minimum ingredients, time saving, easy to handle and appeasing taste buds followed by a well-fed tummy. Variety of menu is something I am always looking for; but I will only try those which are super easy and hassle free to make (expecting there are more such people exist!!).

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The Traveller I am— When it started?

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‘About my dream!! Rest of the answers will be easy.. I know my hobbies.. but dream? What is my dream? What is it that I can call to be MY dream?’ As I was listening to my colleagues answering one after another, I was getting lost in my thoughts in between as I didn’t know what to say about my dream!!

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Peanut Satte Ramen Bowl

Noodles are my very favourite, there are few food I don’t need any particular reason or occasion to have them. Noodles are one of the top in chart, and I love trying new recipes with them. A big round bowl with noodles and ladles full of scented hydrous broth is something sets my heart gliding above the clouds..

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Coffee- Vanilla Smoothie

There are evenings.. Actually it’s most of the evenings that I want to sit with my books with a handy yet a healthy-tasty evening drink in hand and want the entire evening to pass like this. End of story.. Moral: I really wish a swish of a wand will create a dish of my imagination!! But it’s just an impossible wish and I never expect it to come true anyway.. Yes!! Because it’s any which way never possible.. Understood and agreed! Let’s move on Now!!

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Healthy Bombay Vada-Pav

I was randomly surfing some channels on the television, and I came across a cookery show by one of my favourite chefs, Mr. Jamie Oliver on one of my favourite channels! I love the way this chatty chef makes cooking so easy, casual and so inspiring for anytime home cooking. He was experimenting with a lucratively healthier version of the famous street food of Mumbai, the Vada-Pav. In simple words, it’s kind of burger but with twisty and tangy Indian spices throughout every bite.

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