Showing posts with label sprouts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sprouts. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Black Bean Salsa Salad | Mixed Vegetable Sprout Salad

Here comes the healthy and colorful Black Bean Salsa or Salad Recipe. You can take this veggies mixed salsa with Tortilla or any chips or as a tummy fill salad. You can use it on baked potatoes, or wrap it with Tacos and Burritos; also you can mix it up with lettuce/salad leaves and make it even more healthier.
Ingredients
Homemade 1.5 Cup of Black Beans or Store Bought Black Beans, drained and rinsed - 1 Can (15 oz)
Any Fresh Sprouts - 2 Tbsp or More
Fresh Corn, cooked - 1/4 Cup

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Kollu Horse Gram Idli Dosa Batter | Sprouts Based Idli Dosa Batter

Today everyone got attention over siruthaniyam/millets and legumes. I have few recipes with millets do check it Here. Today‘s recipe is kind off that using kollu/Horsegram/Muthira which is a very good grain that has lot of medicional values. Also you can find all kollu/horsegram recipes Here. This bean is diet and diabetic

Monday, October 27, 2014

Kollu Sprouts | How to make Horse Gram Sprouts | முளை கட்டிய கொள்ளு | Homemade Sprouts

Hope everyone had a wonderful Diwali celebration!!! After a short break today I am with a healthy post, how to make Kollu/Horse Gram Sprouts at home. Also I have added a small proportion of whole moong dal

Monday, June 30, 2014

Tofu Pad Thai Noodles Recipe | Vegan Vegetarian Pad Thai Recipe

I am happy to host this month International Food Challenge (IFC), thanks Saras for giving this oppurtunity!!!  Chiang Mai (the region’s focal point for tourism) is the capital, Northern Thailand is a place of ‘picture postcard’ beauty and wonder. Blessed with some of the best scenery in the kingdom, the north is a region of forests and mountains, and rivers and waterfalls, often set against a backdrop of swirling mists and fog. Living amongst this scenic splendour are Thailand’s hill tribes – peoples whose conventions and customs differ from mainstream Thai culture and whose ways of life have altered little in generations. Many of

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Sprouted Mung Bean Vegetable Salad | Diet Friendly Raw Moong Beans Salad

I have changed the food style from last December and the occasional salad has turned must for our dinner nowadays…Today I am here with a very healthy and filling sprouted dried moong beans and veggies mixed salad. Though the salad leafs/lettuces are not familiar in most of the places, this salad can be done with easy available ingredients. This is the recipe/salad asked by many of my friends and relatives…Actually this salad

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Vetrillai Seeraga Sadham | Betel Leaves Rice

Betel Leaves/Vetrilai is very good source for digestion. I have seen this plant in my uncle’s place, weekly they pick the matured leaves and send to market for sale. Now I feel bad as I missed the chance to click pictures of that plant/kodi. I will share the pictures of the betel garden in future here in this same post soon

Monday, March 18, 2013

Raw Moong Bean Sprouts Pepper Rice | Sprouted Raw Mung Bean Rice

Today’s post is delicious and healthy raw sprouted moong bean pepper rice. The sprouted moong dhal can be eaten raw as salad or sundal. This rice version can be done with very less ingredients and quick when you have the sprouted beans handy. You never get the feel of raw beans by tempering and mixing the cooked rice with pepper powder. Also I have explained