MethiHummus

It has been too hot to stand near the stove for too long, and this means there is the real danger of falling back on instant meals and junk food! I realised my eating patterns were going awry and decided to make sure my fridge is stocked with some nutrition packed hummus, so I can get easy, instant meals without making it unhealthy! Ingredients 1 cup black eyed peas, soaked overnight and then boiled in salted water, retain the water 1 cup fresh fenugreek or methi, blanched 3-4 cloves garlic 1-2 green chillies salt 50-60ml olive oil MethodPut the methi into a food processor, and…more

BlackEyedPeasHummus

A classic ingredient to deal with the cold in most of North Eastern India would be mustard oil. Used for cooking, to mix into a chaat or even for a body massage, the mustard oil creates just the right heat and warmth that can help with the worst winter weather. A recent vacation into the Himalayan foothills had me thinking about the ideal snack to take along. The vacation involved hours of standing in an open jeep safari at close to freezing temperatures – so I had to think of something that was comforting, easy to bite into and eat with gloves on, and had…more