Gluten free Sourdough Pizza


I have been meaning to foolproof my sourdough pizza recipe for a long time. After 4 attempts, I am happy to report I finally got it right. The dough has immense depth of flavour thanks to the sourdough , it is not doughy and easy on the gut. I am so glad it has turned…

Gluten free Beetroot Roti/Chapati/Indian Flatbread


My motto is to wear and eat colour. Bright colored food is definitely a great mood booster for me but I also find it a form of self care. Yes, self care because natural colours in the form of fruit and vegetables comes with its own mix of nutrients. As someone who lives with Celiac…

Gluten Free and Vegan Pita Bread


‘Comfort food’ for me is always associated with happy memories. I am a third culture kid, Indian but born and raised in Kuwait, and after my stint in the UK, I settled down in Bangalore, India. So, yes for me comfort food is not just food from India it is food from where I have…

Kodo Millet and Rice Lime Drizzle Loaf


I absolutely like citrus fruit in dessert especially cake. While I have made a lot of lemon and lime drizzle cakes, I have always been in the hunt for a loaf with a particular texture without the adddition of too many eggs and butter. The other day I made a kodo millet and rice one…

Glutenfree Multigrain Millet Bread


I am so glad that I live in Karnataka, a millet rich state of India . We are lucky to have access to a wide variety of millets rice. Thankfully, for Celiacs like me it is a blessing as they are gluten free. I eat millets as upma, I mix it in rice and make…

Gluten free Cherry muffins


I am one of those persons who thinks fruit and vegetables are a visual treat! Their natural colour is such a mood booster for me and also part of the reason I love grocery shopping. One of the things I have missed most thanks to the COVID 19 pandemic is grocery shopping in peace. Not…

Chocolate Sourdough Cake


I do not have much of a sweet tooth but I definitely like baking cakes. My husband happily used to polish off most of it until recently as he is now off sugar and he can’t have anything that is cloying sweet. However, since I had my sourdough starter just bubbling away, I wanted to…

Hand made gluten free pasta with sourdough


I have been using sourdough discard in almost all my food since the lockdown started in March. I find it a great way to use less eggs, gum, nut flours, and oil. It gives the dough the pliability which makes you feel like you are making stuff with regular flour. For me that is a…

Gluten Free Sourdough Breads and More


For almost a year I have been trying to perfect my Sourdough recipes. Finally around March 1st week I said down to read Sandor Katz ‘ The Art of Fermentation’ again. It is a book which is an an Encyclopaedia on fermentation and its taken me almost a year to go through it. Finally the…

Christmas Gluten Free Goodies – Savoury and Sweet


This season I have been busy with a lot of things all which have brought me cheer, both personally and professionally. .. I wanted to put this up a while back but ‘Life in General’ got in the way. I am not much of a ‘fruit cake’ person but since my mother is a good…

Gluten Free Mithai Cake


For the last two weeks my social media feeds were filled with images of Indian sweets in preparation for Diwali and I kept drooling at the pictures. I love the flavour of Indian sweets but sometimes find most cloyingly sweet. I prefer home made mithai or sweets from select commercial brands. Inspired by all the…

Brown Rice Pancakes – Gluten Free & Vegan


One of the things I do at the end of everyday is figure out what I can have for breakfast the next day. On most days I have my idly or dosa batter ready so there is nothing much to think about.However there are those days when I just have a few minutes to whip…

Jeeva’s Gluten Free Pizza


Most of my recipes are a result of the intended recipe not working out. I am all about making ‘Lemonades out of the the Lemons thrown at me’ . Also happens to be my approach at living life these days! I was trying to work out a soft roll recipe but it didn’t come out…

Gluten Free Burger Buns


Burgers = Fun, holiday mood inducing food 🙂 True? Before I had to go gluten free I always said ‘no’ to this messy hand held stuffed bread. Yes, I rejected it …because you know the mess! I guess after my Celiac/Coeliac Disease diagnosis if there is one thing that has happened to me over the…

Gluten & Dairy Free Carrot Cake ( Microwave Cake)


My mother is a talented baker and her carrot cake is a hit among family and friends. When my cousins used to visit, it used to be followed by requests for her carrot cake. I do not have much of a sweet tooth but if there is one cake growing up I was always happy…

Gluten Free Banana Bread


I never liked bananas growing up ( my dad was not happy about it, mallu kid not eating banana is a crime 😉 )  but once I started having gut problems then I grudgingly ate it on and off. However after my Celiac Disease diagnosis everytime I got glutenerd bananas were my ‘go to’ fruit….

Pea, Parsley and Quinoa Patties – Gluten free and Vegan


The Middle East expat kid in me will never say no to Falafel or Hummus! Never, nada…too many good childhood memories associated with it. So last week I got some parsley, assumed I had some uncooked chickpeas lying in my pantry and was all ready to make some falafel . However, to my dismay I…

Gluten Free Pita Bread and Falafel


I have been craving a good falafel for a long time! Growing up in Kuwait (me the expat gulfie kid:)) I must have had countless number of falafels. Ask any adult now who lived as a child in the Middle East what their favourite foods are and they will tell you – Falafel, hummus, shawarma…

Gluten Free Chapati’s / Gluten Free Vegan Indian Flatbread


When I first had to go gluten free, I dreaded making chapati’s. As it is I am not a fan of making roti’s but then I am also the kind who gets bored with the same kind of food everyday. Growing up in Kuwait. Kerala, then studying and living in Chennai, England and Bangalore..comfort food…