Coconut Brown Rice Pudding (Sugar-Free)

  Hello 2017! Just when you think you’d never hear back from us, you do, right? You know, sometimes (read: of late, all the time!!) gastronomic minions, like us, need to be reminded that they have fans too. So a fan (you know who you are ‘coz I know you’re reading this :)) recently reminded me that we are sorely missed! Truth be told, we’ve been cooking and in fact, clicking some amazing (since that’s…

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Classic Indian Egg Curry

Hello there, peeps! Don’t worry, I’ll keep this one short. No stories to bore you with. Just a classic Indian recipe, yeah, today is your lucky day! 🙂 Of course, there is absolutely nothing novel about this recipe and I am not going to say anything to fancy it up. There are more recipes than you can count in the blogosphere that tell you how to make a simple egg curry. So, sorry to disappoint…

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Fish Taco Rice Bowl

Hello there, fellow foodies (or not). The CeeBees are actually checking in with a recipe today! After all the eating out Instagram-ing the past few weeks, we thought it’s time we get back to basics. Normally, not many fish recipes make it on the blog. The main reason being, it goes from the pan to the plate into our bellies within a span of 20 minutes from when the cooking process starts. That’s just how…

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Sugar free Baby Smash Cake

Hello everyone, this is Aditi checking in for the CeeBees. Yeah, we’ve not been around for a while now despite my many declarations of wanting to blog and be around more often. I think I could/ should (you decide) now write a post on how to take countless blogging hiatus (or hiatuses, I am still researching on the actual existence of the plural form of hiatus, any views?) and excuses to make on your return…

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Healthy Berrylicious Whole Wheat Crepes with a Greek Yogurt Filling

Yesterday, in 2007 the final episode of Gilmore Girls was aired. It was only 7 years later that I started watching what is now my favorite TV show ever! EVER. Period (psstt..judge me all you want). So, very recently I completed watching all 7 seasons and since then I am having withdrawal symptoms. The Mr. doesn’t understand this but to my utmost delight he took me to Stars Hollow (for those who don’t know, Stars…

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Homemade Granola

On one cold winter morning in the hills somewhere in Ohio in a beautiful little inn, we had the best granola ever (along with the best ever breakfast muffins). Both N & I love our granola flaky and for lack of a better word not chunky. This granola was perfect. The chef would obviously not tell us the recipe and so a year later we went back to the same inn to eat the same…

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Crispy Karela (Bitter Gourd) Stir Fry

We are food bloggers but we eat normal everyday food too! You wonder why I started this post with such an odd comment? No. Not because we’re cooking bitter gourd today.  Let me tell you why. I think there is this expectation the world has from us food bloggers that we cook and eat exotic food every single meal of our life. I am not sure if many of my blogger friends hear this comment…

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Spicy Peanut Chaat

Spicy Peanut Chaat- a childhood snack recreated! I remember having some version of this as a kid and remember loving it too. Of late, I have been looking for healthy ways of dealing with my post-lunch/ pre-dinner hunger pangs. So one evening, to stop myself from indulging in the not-so-good-for-me snacks I decided I am going to go nuts about peanuts! Bad one, yeah?

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Vegetarian Shami (Bengal Gram) Kebabs

Vegetarian Shami Kebabs or Kaale Chane ki Tikki…I could give this as many names as I wish but these kebabs would taste absolutely heavenly either ways! Shami Kebabs are a very popular variety of kebabs not only in Indian cuisine but also other south Asian countries. Although, traditionally these are made with minced meat, there are quite a few meat and non-meat versions that exist. We made ours using Bengal gram or kale chane as…

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Papaya Smoothie

I am not sure about you, but I associate smoothies with summer. Blending cold fruits into a smoothie in the winters is not something I think I will be able to do. I can try but don’t think it’ll work. In the cold, I want something to keep me warm- physically and psychologically. 🙂 So with the end of summer upon us, I am whipping up the last set of these nutrition packed smoothies and…

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