Friday, 27 June 2014

Food For Taut - Cabbage Soup

Cabbage Soup Recipe



Soups are a great way to incorporate veggies, you would want to avoid otherwise, in your diet.
This recipe of Cabbage soup is a great mix of many vegetables and is shockingly very tasty too. After I made it for dinner one day, Varun asked if there was some soup left for the next day!!
That convinced me that I wasn't imagining about the soup tasting really good.
So I thought that this recipe was definitely worth sharing!

All the ingredients are immensely nutritious and all you dieters can even make it a part of your cabbage soup diet. It's easy to make, delicious and you're left with a full and happy tummy.

Monday, 23 June 2014

Food For Taut - Baked Tilapia & Turnip Greens

(Recipe of Baked Tilapia & Side of Turnip Greens)


Heyo!! Back with another recipe in the 'Food For Taut' Segment.

We are making Baked Tilapia & a side of Turnip Greens. The recipe is very simple and quick to make.
Tilapia is a very healthy option for dinner. Not only is it high in protein but also is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which provides essential nutrients for our health. Most importantly, at least for me, it tastes simply delicious!




Here is the recipe for Baked Tilapia. It requires very basic ingredients which you can easily find in your kitchen.
I served it with a simple side of turnip greens ( Recipe courtesy of Mr. Varun Govande ) which made it a wholesome meal.

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Prawn Pulao (Shrimp Rice)

(Recipe of Prawn Pulao- Prawn/Shrimp Rice)

When it comes to shell fish, Prawns are undoubtedly the tastiest and the most flavorful in all of crustacean-land.They tend to lend a very strong flavor to any food they are added to.
In fact, they are so over powering on our taste buds that they usually diminish the flavor of other foods that may be consumed simultaneously, say chicken or some nice veggies.
No offense to the Crabs & the Calamaris..I love you guys too.... but Prawns lead the way!











This is a recipe to Prawn Pulav which involves cooking prawns with a bunch of Indian spices & some rich Basmati rice.You can take either prawns or shrimp & of any desired size but make sure that they are fresh.The frozen ones don't taste as good as the fresh ones.
I made the pulao using Argentinian Prawns and Daawat Basmati Rice.





Prep. Time - 40 mins.
Serves - 2