I make this quinoa bowl often, it is easy, healthy, PCOS-friendly and antiinflammatoric. And of course vegan too 🙂
Quinoa is low in calories, but high in proteins. Moreover it contains all 9 essential amino acids. By eating it every day, it is said to reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes. As it has a low glycemic index, it is therefore very much PCOS-friendly, and of course also good for controlling the sugar level in blood. It can also help in losing weight.
This one, ladies and genltemen. This recipe is super easy, super simple, but super T A S T Y and 100% vegan.
Spaghetti is something I’ve hated since birth. I think it was one of the most annoying things to eat, until I was introduced to aglio e olio. This is the perfect way of cooking spaghetti. Really 😉
Give it a try!
Okay guys, the summer is back and the sun is shining, time for some ice cream 😉
There’s something in making your own ice cream, and thanks to my brother I tried it. He came up with the idea of making ice cream with rose syrup. We use rose syrup for making sarbath/rose milk, that is very popular in Sri Lanka and India. His idea of making ice cream of with was good, so I searched for some inspo and made some. Guess what? It’s delicious! And you need only 3 ingredients 😉
Oreo cheesecake… Yummy! I am actually tired of cheesecakes with gelatine, and I think we need more focus on recipes WITHOUT gelatine. I mean, why put something as gelatine in a cake? 😉
The recipe below serves 8. And it’s easy to make. And super yummy. Enjoy 🙂
Note: You need to make this cake at least 4 hours before you serve it!
Kesari is a dessert from India, that is popular in Sri Lanka too. My mom used to make kesari frequently when my brother and I were children. I remember how much I loved it, but later I somehow stopped eating it. Lately I came across a mango kesari recipe, that is so good. Usually it is made with milk, but I use water instead, so that you can keep the kesari for a couple of days 🙂