Egg and Potato Fry is a mixture of an Indian and Lebanese recipe. If you are indian, you have probably grown up with a similar recipe (Batata ney Beyda or similar depending on what region you are from) but this version, is an amped up version which combines elements of the lebanese version of the same dish (Batata Wa Bayd Mfarakeh) with the already delicious indian one.
This post is about exploring how spirituality has been the fuel for my growth over the past few months. I know spiritual talk isn’t for everyone but it is something that is important to me so naturally I do touch on it occasionally.
I have been hesitant to write this post because I feel like our spiritual journeys are so beautiful and private. I also feel like ultimately they are a matter between us and a Higher Being. However, if it helps anyone to get through what I did this year, I think it is worth it.
Learning to live life in the slow lane
After many years of being ‘busy’, I have decided that I want to live life in the slow lane. Pottering about, ‘being mindful’ and soaking in the beauty around me, seems like a far better approach to life. I read once that the joy of life is not in the doing and having but it is in the being. I couldn’t agree more.
This Vegan/Vegetarian Healthy Manchow Soup – Indo Chinese popular indo chinese soup that is great whatever the weather. (In my opinion). Most people seem to prefer it just in Winter but I don’t think it is a heavy soup and I feel that this Veg Manchow Soup is suited to summer too! It is a quick, easy and simple recipe. So it is great for a quick weeknight dinner and it is ready in less than 25 minutes.
Mattar Paneer or Paneer and Peas in a popular indian curry that graces the menus of many an indian restaurant. This is a healthy and easy recipe that is flavourful, vibrant and spicy.Â