Tag: Amaranth

  • Rajigira na Ladoo Walnut and Amaranth Energy Balls

    Rajigira na Ladoo, also known as Amaranth and Walnut Energy Balls, is a healthy and nutritious Indian snack made with rajgira flour (amaranth flour) and walnuts. These energy balls are sweetened with jaggery or other natural sweeteners, and are a great option for a quick and easy snack or dessert. Ingredients: Instructions: Note: you can […]

  • Lal Math or Lal Saag Dal

    Lal Math or Lal Saag Dal is a traditional Indian dish made with red amaranth leaves also known as Lal saag in Hindi and lentils. The red amaranth leaves are cooked with spices and then combined with cooked lentils to make a hearty and nutritious dish. It is typically served with rice or roti. Ingredients: […]

  • Sweet Potato Vrat Thalipeeth (Ratalyache Thalipeeth)

    Sweet Potato Vrat Thalipeeth, also known as Ratalyache Thalipeeth, is a traditional Indian dish that is typically made during fasting periods such as Navratri. It is made with sweet potatoes or ratalu, which are allowed during the fast, along with a variety of flours like singhare ka atta (water chestnut flour), rajgira atta (amaranth flour) […]

  • Amaranth Saag(Healthy Saag For Kids)

    Amaranth Saag, also known as Harive Soppu Saag, is a healthy and nutritious dish that is typically made with amaranth leaves, also known as hariyali saag. This dish is typically made with a combination of leafy greens, spices and sometimes with addition of grated paneer, or other ingredients like ginger, garlic, or onions. It is […]

  • Vrat wali Idli Sambhar

    Vrat Wali Idli Sambhar is a traditional Indian dish that is typically made during fasting periods such as Navratri. It is made with a special type of idli batter that uses ingredients that are allowed during the fast, such as singhare ka atta (water chestnut flour) and rajgira atta (amaranth flour) instead of regular rice […]

  • Harive Soppu Bendi / Amaranth leaves curry

    Harive Soppu Bendi, also known as Amaranth leaves curry, is a traditional dish from the Indian state of KarnATAKA. It is made with Amaranth leaves (harive soppu in Kannada) which are known for its high nutritional value, and mixed with vegetables like Bendi (okra) or eggplant. This dish is typically served with rice or roti. […]

  • Lal Shaag or Red Spinach Stir Fry

    Lal Shaag, also known as Red Spinach Stir Fry, is a dish that is typically made using red amaranth leaves, which are also known as red spinach or Chinese spinach. The leaves are stir-fried with a variety of flavorful ingredients to create a delicious and healthy dish. Here is a simple recipe for Lal Shaag: […]

  • Latte ko Saag /Chaulai/ Laal Saag (Amaranth leaves)

    Latte ko Saag, also known as Chaulai or Laal Saag, is a traditional Nepali dish made using red amaranth leaves, also known as Amaranth leaves. This dish is a staple in Nepalese cuisine and is commonly served with rice or roti. Here is a simple recipe for Latte ko Saag: Ingredients: Instructions: This dish is […]

  • Indo-Thai Style Sautéed Red Amarnath with Beans

    Sautéed Red Amarnath with Beans is a dish that combines elements of Indian and Thai cuisine. Red Amarnath, also known as red amaranth or Chinese spinach, is a leafy green vegetable that is commonly used in Asian cooking. In this dish, the red amarnath is sautéed with beans, which are a common ingredient in both […]