Garlic Dip and Garlic chutney

 I love using my Froothie Evolve blender which has very high speed blending and saves me time to experiment by trying out my older recipes in this new gadget. A family member brought me lots Read More …

Peppers, Onions, Tomatoes and Passion Fruit Salsa (Vegan)

With most of my Indian meals, I like to include a salad, chutney, raita or a salsa dish using whatever I happen to have in the fridge. I rustled up this salsa recently which just Read More …

Pineapple, mango and passion fruit chutney (vegan)

Like most Indians I tend to make a selection of chutneys and pickles to serve with our food.  I remember my mum and MIL coming up with different variations of chutneys and raitas depending on Read More …

Mukhwas – Mouthfreshener and Digestive Aid (Vegan)

  Most Indian homes have a tray of pickles and dips on their dining table to add extra flavours to the meal and in the same way they have elaborate and amazing looking Mukhwas trays Read More …

Jeera Lassi or Chaas – Indian Drinking Yogurt in the Froothie Evolve

Lassi or Chaas is a simple Indian drink made from yogurt and water.  Vegans can use Soya Yogurt.   It’s  a great cooling drink great and goes well with all the Indian dishes.  Often people will Read More …

Coriander and Chili Chutney/Dip in Froothie Evolve

Every Indian family has a version of this green chutney/dip which is used as a condiment with Indian food and snacks  such as samosas and bhajias – but also as a sandwich spread.  This week Read More …

Froothie Review: Tomato Soup Indian Style

As mentioned before, Froothie Evolve has actually changed the way I am cooking now.   Over the last couple of weeks week I made a quick hummus recipe and  a quick no oil Carrot soup. This Read More …

Froothie Evolve: Carrot and Coriander Soup Recipe

Froothie Evolve has actually changed the way I am cooking now.   Last week I made a quick hummus recipe and this week I have been using the Froothie Evolve to make quick and easy soups as Read More …

Pooris or Puris? Soft or crispy?

Puri/poori is often Sunday breakfast for me as it’s so quick to make.  It’s a dish my mum managed to make quickly when we had unexpected guests.  Most of you know that for us Indians Read More …