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Green Peas Ghugni ( No Onion Garlic )

   DFT Recipe   August 26, 2015  12 Comments

During Raksha bandhan we prepare a number of delicacies mostly a variety of sweets at home . Along with the sweets comes the much awaited ghugni accessorized with an array of other namkeen snacks . But ghugni has an eminent position of its own at my home during Rakhi .This is…

Tri Colour Pasta Salad

As 15th August draws near, India begins to gear for the annual celebrations of freedom won at the stroke of midnight on 14-15 August 1947. Yes  🙂 India is celebrating it’s 69th birthday on 15th August 2015 , and being an Indian this date has a special place in my heart….

Hariyali Paneer Wrap

This week DFT brings a sandwich/wraps/rolls variety for the kids. Isn’t that an awesome news 🙂 so for all those little ones I bring a very healthy & delicious Hariyali Paneer Wrap A wrap is a type of sandwich made with a soft flatbread rolled around a filling.The usual flatbreads are…

Baked Veggie Bread Rolls

Bread Rolls are probably the easiest and quickest snack you can make with some bread slices and “some” filling. I make this often with different filling recipes & it does make a nice & ideal snack for tea time or even breakfast. Let me present you a version of bread rolls …. ”…

Achari Chicken Tikka

I am back from a wonderful & a memorable vacation from the east coast of Canada ,I still have the hangover of that beautiful Village “Perce”  I visited.It’s been a wonderful week as I finally took the break I so longed for, went far away from the madding crowd and fell right…

Grape-Pineapple Mint Fizz ( Sugar Free )

Its officially summer in Montreal and weather plays hide & seek a lot 🙂 But Since it’s summer I love experimenting & creating different Mocktails at home. I love different fresh drinks that won’t ruin our healthy eating plan & are fun to create. I love to play around with fresh fruit juices ,…

Watermelon & Kiwi Pops

Desserts are an integral part of our lives, don’t you agree with me. I know some people always find an excuse to eat something sweet so I can say it’s an integral part of our food habit.The history of desserts is more than just a mere recounting of the first ice cream…

Moroccan Carrot & Orange Salad

Food historians tell us salads (generally defined as mixed greens with dressing) were enjoyed by ancient Romans and Greeks. As time progressed, salads became more complicated. Recipes varied according to place and time.Have you ever thought from where Salad got it’s name , The basis for the word salad is ‘sal’,…

Creamy Chicken Enchiladas

Mexican food has been my favorite after I landed in Canada. It is considered to be very spicy. Well, that is partially true. Mexican food history shows that Mexico has given chocolate to the world, as well as several other specialties, including peanuts, vanilla, beans, coconuts and tomatoes.The Mexican cuisine…

Peas Pilaf ( Matar-Pulav) – Zero oil recipe

   DFT Recipe   May 27, 2015  9 Comments

This recipe will captivate you for sure. It is a twist on the conventional Pulav. Truly royal! unlike the traditional method of adding loads of oil , ghee etc. To make this “Peas Pilaf “ recipe, here we have use zero-oil. You won’t know the difference… it tastes just as good! This recipe is…