Samiya Upma (Vermicelli Noodles)

Samiya Upma is an all-time favourite. It is suitable to have for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as a snack! Anytime I ask my children what they would like for dinner, it is usually “spaghetti” or “noodles”, whilst I am happy to indulge them, it can get quite repetitive having the same things. So, I … Continue reading Samiya Upma (Vermicelli Noodles)

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Masala Scrambled Eggs and Toast with a difference (Super Easy)

Necessity is the mother of invention – I use this like an everyday mantra. Mainly because unless it is necessary, I hardly ever deviate from mundane routine…why rock the boat when it works eh?! So when I fell ill with “man-flu” (also known as mild congestion and discomfort which may cause excessive delusion that the … Continue reading Masala Scrambled Eggs and Toast with a difference (Super Easy)

Venn Pongal (Contains Dairy)

This particular South Indian breakfast dish is a game changer. Have you heard the phrase “Once you start, you can’t stop”, well I am pretty sure that phrase was invented for this mouth-watering, delectable dish that will leave you wanting more! Growing up, I was not very pious and would regularly have tantrums about having … Continue reading Venn Pongal (Contains Dairy)

Rava Upma

This well-known South Indian breakfast dish is made from rava (Semolina) – which is a great substitute for rice, it is made from drum wheat, similar to couscous. It has a low glycaemic index (GI) and is a brilliant food for diabetics. Growing up, I used to have this with Sambhar or some kind of … Continue reading Rava Upma