Baked beans on Toast

Very easy to make, this recipe is another healthy option for breakfast as it is the combination of complex carbs and protein. Tin of baked beans is available in almost any part of the country so if you are bachelor and want to make healthy breakfast yourself, this one is easy  and yummy option. Lets see how to make it.

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Healthy Munchurian

Munchurian is a delicious dish from Chinese cuisine, it does contains lots of veggies yet we cant consider it to be healthy cause it is deep fried. All the deep fried food not only add fat too the food, but also it generate free radicals in our body which promotes cancer. Lets see how to avoid deep frying and yet make the dish same tasty but most importantly healthy!! Continue reading “Healthy Munchurian”

Milano Minestrone Soup

An authentic Italian healthy soup, that makes a meal in itself. As we know that to make a meal balanced we need to have carbs, protein and fat in it, this soup contains everything, Pasta fulfils the carbs portion, Beans fulfils the proteins and olive oil gives best essential fat, plus its tomato based soup having goodness of antioxidant lycopen and fibres and minerals from other veggies. Its quick and easy, yet yummy and nutritious.

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Veg Hummus wrap

A very simple and very low oil recipe. With goodness of protein from chickpeas & wholesome rotis plus salad can fulfil daily dose of nutrients. This combination makes it a perfect meal in itself. How better you can use your left over rotis to make a yummy & delicious snack. Lets see how to make !!

Soaking time: overnight

Preparation time: 10 mins

Cooking time: NIL

Serves: makes 4 wraps


For hummus:

Chick peas: ½ cup (soaked overnight and boiled)

Curds: 1 tbsp

Salt: as per taste

Olive oil /oil: 1 tsp

Lemon juice: 1 tsp

For Salad:

Cabbage/lettuce: ½ cup shredded

Carrots: ½ cup shredded or cut in long stripes

Spring onions: ½ cup thinly chopped (with greens)

Capsicum: ½ cup thinly chopped or striped

Chat masala: 1 tsp

Lemon juice: 1 tsp

Salt : as per taste

Olive oil/oil: 1 tsp


  • To make hummus spread, take boiled chick peas, oil, lemon juice, salt and curds in a blender and blend to a smooth paste. Keep it aside.
  • Take onions, cabbage/lettuce, capsicum, carrots and mix well, now add salt, chat masala, lemon juice, oil and toss well.
  • Now take a roti, and place it on a dry surface. You can lightly roast the rotis on hot griddle.
  • Then take ½ to 1 tbsp of hummus spread and spread it on a roti. Now place a tbsp of salad and roll it tightly.
  • Repeat the process with another 3 rotis.
  • Serve with tomato ketchup / coriander chutney.

Nutritional value:

Energy: 141 cal

Carbs: 25.6 g

Protein: 4.3 g

Fat: 4.5 g

Cheezy Pasta with Vegetables

Bachelor cooking is a method of cooking which requires less amount of time, energy and ingredients. its definitely not gourmet cooking, but its ideal for single male/female who are bored of eating out every night but do not have time to cook for long hours. Today I will show you the most cooked dish in my kitchen. Its fast, its tasty, its healthy and it is so damn easy!

There are a lot of myths involving cheese in cooking. Trust me, the biggest myth buster was the fact that cheese is not a guilty pleasure. cheese supplies a great deal of calcium, protein, phosphorus and fat. A 30-gram of Cheddar cheese contains about 7 grams of protein and 200 milligrams of calcium. Nutritionally, cheese is essentially concentrated milk: it takes about 200 grams of milk to provide that much protein, and 150 grams to equal the calcium.

Preparation Time : 20 minutes
Cooking Time : 10 minutes
Serves : 4

Ingredients :

Button Mushroom – 1 cup
Broccoli – 1 cup
French Beans – 6-10 fresh stems
Carrot – 1 cup
Baby Corn – 1 cup
capsicum – diced 1/2 cup
Onion – diced 1/2 cup
Garlic – chopped 1 tbsp
Oregano seasoning – 1 tbsp
Salt / black pepper – as per taste
Boiled Pasta / Macroni – 2 cup
olive oil – as per taste
cheese slices / cubes – 2 nos.


  • First boil the pasta for 5-6 minutes and drain them aside. Always use whole wheat or semolina pasta which are healthiest.
  • Boil the seasonal vegetables like mushroom, broccoli, beans, carrot, etc for 5-6 minutes too till they become slightly soft. add a pinch of salt in boiling water so that they retain the fresh colors.
  • take a big non-stick pan and put some olive oil. saulte garlic, onion and capsicum for a minute. add the remaining boiled vegetables and fry them for another minute.
  • Add two slices of cheese and mix them with vegetables till the cheese melts.
  • Right away add oregano seasoning, and the boiled pasta , mixing them well.
  • Add salt and black pepper to taste. you can also add chilliy flakes if you like your pasta spicier.
  • Add some olive oil on top if you find your pasta is very dry. mix it well.
  • Serve it with garlic wheat bread toast as a full meal.