How to Cook Quinoa.

Quinoa is gluten free superfood that you can use instead of rice. Replacing quinoa instead of starchy products will give you lots of proteins as well as a lot of minerals and vitamins. Its very famous for its omega 3 fatty acid levels too. quinoa is also a very good source of calcium, magnesium and…

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Cookie Dough Fudge (No Bake/ No Eggs)

Cookie dough fudge is a simple and easy no bake and egg free recipe. So easy to make. Not only that you can always freeze them for future use. When you have time try making the cookie dough balls and leave in fridge. Next you can make the chocolate layer in few minutes. This can…

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How to make Thin Pancakes

One day I made these beautiful thin pancakes for breakfast and it was a hit. After that when ever the kids request I make them at any time. Its so simple and easy to make and all the ingredients are easy to find. If you are a vegan try adding coconut milk instead of milk.…

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Mashed Potato & Spinach Stuffed Flat Bread

  Flat Breads are so easy to make. Takes only few minutes. If you can mash the potatoes and make the filling when you are free , this is so simple to make on a busy week day. Just add the filling and making it flat only. As they are yeast free it comes nice…

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Sri Lankan Yellow Rice

Sri Lankan Yellow rice is a very popular rice dish. Its mainly served for special occasions.  The colour and aroma of this dish is unique to Sri Lanka. The coconut milk used in this gives this a very rich and creamier taste.  The rice normally served with special curries and pickles. You need to keep…

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Simple and easy  Vegetable Burger/Patties

I always believe in the saying ” HOME MADE IS THE BEST”.  When I have time I always think about my family having a healthy well nutritious meal. As I am so busy during the day I really don’t want to cook when I come home. Thats why I create so many one pot meals. But…

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Warm Barley Salad

This is one of my favourite salads.I  make this at least 2-3 times a month. If you do a big batch you can always keep in fridge to take as your lunch or microwave and have it warm for dinner. If you want the barley water you can strain it while cooking before adding oil…

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