Sapana Behl

Born and brought up in a typical Brahmin Family in Delhi and married into a Punjabi family has transformed my cooking and eating habits in a different way. I worked as a science teacher and now has become a full time homemaker and food blogger. I love to cook for my family and friends and it gives me immense pleasure to see the happiness on their face after eating the food prepared by me. My secret spice for cooking good food is to love what you cook with passion and it will be the most delicious meal you make. My husband is my inspiration to blog and cook new recipes. He is my taster, critic and my sole motivator.

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Recipes and Articles by Sapana Behl

Aloo Bhey Ki Sabzi Recipe (Potato Lotus Stem Curry)

Friday, 04 December 2015 00:33

Aloo Bhey Ki Sabzi Recipe is a delicious North Indian dish made of Potato and Lotus stem. It’s a simple preparation, but tastes heavenly both with rotis and rice. If you like to try something different, and want to taste lotus stems, this is a easy dish to prepare. You can make it as a side dish and ...

Published in Sabzi Recipes

Cuban Black Bean Salad Recipe

Wednesday, 02 December 2015 00:26

The Cuban Black Bean Salad Recipe is a sweet and sour salad made from cooked black beans, crunchy sweet corn, bell peppers that is tossed in mojo sauce. The mojo sauce dressing is a delicious combination of herbs, orange juice, lemon juice and olive oil. When the beans is topped with this Mojo Sauce ...

Published in Salad Recipes

Falahari Rajgira Aloo Tikki Recipe (Gluten Free Amaranth Potato Patty)

Monday, 23 November 2015 00:07

The Falahari Rajgira Aloo Tikki Recipe is a twist to a traditional tikki that is made with the use of Amaranth flour. Amaranth flour(Rajgira) being gluten free and nutritious is considered best for fasting days. It can be used in plenty of ways in different cuisines to add texture and also up the nutrition ...

Published in Indian Snack Recipes

Saag Tofu Recipe (Tofu Simmered in Spiced Mustard & Spinach Leaves)

Sunday, 22 November 2015 00:27

The Saag Tofu Recipe is a twist to the traditional Saag Paneer. Saag, is a spiced North Indian dish that is made from fresh greens, like mustard leaves and spinach leaves. The addition of garlic, and ginger along with garam masala brings out the flavors of the delicious and classic recipe. The Saag ...

Published in Sabzi Recipes
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