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…

Gluten free make up and skincare


I know the title of this post might raise an alarm for many of you but let me explain. It is known that gluten is too big a protein to be absorbed by the skin and most Doctors will tell you that there is no need for you to be so careful. However, lipsticks and…

Jeeva’s Multi Grain Bread – Gluten & Dairy Free


I attempted baking gluten free breads way back in 2011. Let me tell you it’s been a journey since I was never satisfied with the outcome, I have binned quite a few loaves of bread . People would tell me there are so many recipes online and yes they were but most of the recipes…

Gluten Free Carrot Almond and Strawberry Drizzle Loaf


If you like tea loves this loaf recipe is something you should definitely try. The carrot and almonds give it flavour and a nice crunch and the strawberries give it the right kind of tartiness it requires, so it isn’t too sweet. It is a perfect Valentine’s Day recipe! Recipe Ingredients 100 gm rice flour…

Mini Crustless Quiche


What do I do when you have leftover vegetables and few eggs?! I make crustless quiche. I like my mini crustless recipe because it is versatile and can be made with almost any vegetables. It’s a recipe which can be modified to suit ingredients in anyone’s pantry. When I figured I had to make breakfast…

Gluten Free Spiced Banana Pancakes


I actually became a fan of pancakes once I had to go gluten free. They are easy to make, great for breakfast/tea time snack and require only few ingredients. When it comes to cooking there are two things that are important to me one is the ease of sourcing ingredients and the time taken to…

2018 – The year with all the trimmings;)


I don’t pen down my thoughts every year but this year has been ‘different’. Well different is an understatement, more like epic with all the trimmings 😉 . 2018 has been surreal, painful at times but its been a year of immense learning. This year started off spending some quality time with my parents and…