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Air fryer chickpea and lentil snack crackers (Masala Vada inspired)

I am an avid tea lover and tea drinker. The taste of steaming milk tea in early in the morning while watching my mom make breakfast was one of the first best memories that pops into my mind when I think about my childhood. I must have been four or five years old then. I guess you could call that I grew up on tea. Right along with the tea goes teatime snack. Teatime without a good spicy teatime snack is at least for me very dull. May it be a ginger snap cookie, spicy tuna sandwich, peppery veg roti or a good old masala Vada. Now, if any of that sounds gibberish to you let me enlighten. With a recipe for a snack that you can whip up quickly and cook in an air fryer superfast. Not only this Vada inspired snack crackers are healthy with wholesome ingredients, but they are also a clean snack without all that oil in it from deep frying. This recipe is going to yield you 40 crackers. Here …

How to make one big family omelet

Hi all, I hope you had a great weekend. I had a fabulous weekend with my family. All my fab weekends include cooking, trying out new recipes, eating and going for walks. After such a long time I took out all my cast iron cookware and give them a good scrub and cooked some wholesome meals in it. If you are like me, you know how flavorful everything turns out with that beautiful even heat and beautiful searing happening with all that high heat retention. I simply love cooking in them. Once you get the hang of it its snap to clean as well. But we will talk about all that technicality behind using cast iron later.  Today is all about that skillet breakfast I made in my beautiful well-seasoned pan. Gone are the time both my kids loved eating eggs, I now must bribe them to get them to eat eggs, unless its cake. So, I was looking for recipes and looking at different ways to turn that simple egg in to something beyond …

Vegan meatballs

Spaghetti and meatballs are a regular in my house. My husband and both my kids love it. I used to make ton of meat-based meatballs when we were trying out paleo lifestyle and we loved every minute of it. We are however now at a different place in our lives and trying plant-based recipes and really enjoying creating recipes that more plant based, colorful, tastes great and still the same things that our family like to eat but without animal products. Getting my kids to eat more vegetables is a huge plus with this recipe because I can hide that gross green perfectly inside the meatballs. I know it takes bit of effort with all this chopping vegetables thin, but believe me they are so worth the effort.  Mine yielded 50 meatballs but you can make them small or big. It is up to personal preference. So, without further ado here it is To make the meatballs you will need Boiled Soybeans 2 cups Red beans 1 cup or a can of red kidney beans …