Mamidikaya perugu pachadi, an Andhra style green mango chutney made with raw mango, thick curd & tempering of Indian spices A classic, tasty Telugu vantakam
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Raita recipes,Indian Salad Recipes,Salad Dressing Recipes,Veg Salad Recipes
Mango raita recipe,a quick yogurt chutney or dip made with ripe sweet mango, curd (dahi) & Indian spice powders.Aam ka raita is the best among raita recipes
Kosambari, is a healthy, South Indian moong dal salad made with cucumber, coconut & moong dal to celebrate Sri Rama Navami. Best among Indian salad recipes.
Boondi raita recipe is a flavorful, easy to make yogurt based side dish served with pulao. Learn how to make boondi raita thats popular among raita recipes.
Fruit chaat recipe made in Indian style with fresh fruits & chaat masala. Learn how to make fruit chaat or fresh fruit salad that’s a healthy summer snack.
Among Vegetable salad recipes, a healthy and tasty one is Lettuce salad with garlic croutons. Simple salad dressing of vinegar, cumin, cinnamon and pepper.
Tabbouleh recipe is a classic Lebanese vegetarian salad prepared with bulgur and fresh parsely. Lebanese recipes are popular in India and I especially relish hummus and baklava.
Lettuce salad is an all time favorite high raw food salad. I tend to go the raw food way once in a while to detox the body. I used what I had in the fridge to make myself a light and filling salad. I like the smoky flavor of roasted bell peppers and they make a great addition to today’s lettuce salad.
I usually pair this protein rich salad with fresh fruit juice which makes for a filling complete meal. I created it on a whim one day and it has been a regular ever since. Easy to make, rich in texture and flavor.
Summer at its worst! Lived off salads, juice, tender coconut water and fruits for a good part of last week. Our backyard mango trees have given a reasonably good yield this year. A salad I prepared recently is a mango based one with iceberg lettuce, cherry tomatoes and cucumber.
Summer is in full swing. Going the salad way is becoming a regular routine. We had an abundant harvest of tomatoes this year. Tomato pickle was prepared last week. Today, I prepared an easy, breezy, cheesy, super simple tomato salad using little cubes of cheese and cucumber.
Had a light meal for lunch today. Prepared a simple and quick salad with Iceberg lettuce, red and yellow capsicums and cucumber. I used balsamic-honey vinaigrette which is simple yet assertive.
Prepared a vibrant, hearty, low fat, high fibre salad using kidney beans and ripe mango for lunch today. Simple salad with the perfect balance of sweet and tart flavors.
Prepared a Thai inspired salad using pineapple and cucumber, a refreshing medley along with a touch of fresh mint. I omitted roasted peanuts which are an integral part of most Thai salads. You can also add some grated fresh coconut and summer fruit, mango or papaya.
Prepared a simple, colorful and flavorful salad using avocado and ripe mango for lunch today. Refreshing with combination of textures – both avocado and mango being creamy, and lettuce providing a bit of crunch, the salad has a mingling of savory and sweet flavors.
During summer, most mid day meals are usually light and many a time, its salad and large glass of a summer cooler or buttermilk, especially during the month of May. Today, I prepared a colorful, crunchy salad and a mint flavored lemonade for our mid day meal.
Made a simple carrot and date salad for my mid day meal today.
I followed the high raw food diet today which was a fruit based one. Made a mixed fruit salad with chaat masala for my mid day meal. Filling and delicious!
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Today’s ABC salad is visually vibrant, crunchy, with sweet and savory flavors. In other words, simply delicious. I particularly enjoyed the combination of apple, broccoli and walnuts. The slight crunch of broccoli, dressed in balsamic vinegar is remarkably good.
Today’s salad is a fusion of 3 P’s, peas, paneer and peanuts. An outcome of whatever was available at home and it turned out simply fabulous! Finished with a generous amount of coarsely pounded roasted peanuts, the 3 P salad is one of the best high raw food salad recipes I have ever made.