Colorful Vegetable Stir-Fry

Stir Fry is almost a staple of any household that wants to eat healthy but doesn’t have enough time on their hands. You are working whole day in Downtown or you are taking your kids from one activity to the other, everyone knows the plight of dinner-time. Stir Fry has never failed me so far in those difficult times. If you prep on the week-end, … Continue reading Colorful Vegetable Stir-Fry

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Tofu with Sweet and Sour Sauce – A perfect week-night meal

Here is another week-night meal for you, my friends. Super easy to make and almost no prep time required. What’s more? If you are cutting carbs from your meals, this is your dish.

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Serve it with some White or Brown rice and it becomes super-healthy. If you are in mood for more comforting food, stick to White rice. Serve it with a side of steamed vegetables or just plain old Chili sauce. If you are cutting carbs, skip the rice altogether. I assure you, this will become your week-night staple.

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Brown Rice Bowl with Asian Stir fry

Keeping in the theme of clean eating, I have this recipe for you that is not only very easy to make but also quick. This will beat any chinese take-out any day. Perfect for a healthy weeknight meal when you are juggling soccer, gymnastics and toddler demands. Go ahead and substitute any veggies that you like. If you would rather add chicken, go for it. … Continue reading Brown Rice Bowl with Asian Stir fry

Caprese Sandwich with Indian twist

I make sandwiches at least one night in the week. Caprese sandwiches especially, are super easy to make. My hubby doesn’t like the original version very much since it is not spicy at all so I use Cilantro chutney as a spread. I don’t use butter at all, Olive oil in the chutney makes up for it. Ingredients: makes about 5 sandwiches Ciabatta bread 1 … Continue reading Caprese Sandwich with Indian twist