Archive: Jun 2014

  Sesame noodles may just be my favourite comfort food. I know it doesn’t sound like comfort food, however, it makes me happy ¬†everytime I have it. Usually, I have a big bowl of it, however, I had to be mindful of the portions to keep it around 300 calorie mark. One of the other […]

We are leaving for Brazil in a couple of days, and its time to use up all food left in the refrigerator. This is a quick recipe to whip up with just a few ingredients from your pantry. Quesadilla’s are always a hit and given how easy they are to make, there is no reason […]

Continuing on my 300 Calorie meals, here is another very delicous healthy way of eating “pizza” with mexican flavors! You can make these with ingredients in your pantry and it will take you no more than 5-10 minutes to make this. It’s so simple and straight forward.   Ingredients: 1 Whole meal pitta bread (137 […]

I have been detoxing since past few days and am only alloweed to eat 600 calories a day for a few days. It’s amazing how creative hunger can make you, I started coming up with ideas for 300 calorie meals so I can split my calories and feel satisfied. Its unbelievable how tasty and filling […]

Vegetable Fajitas

June 02 , 2014 by Drishty - in Mains

It seems like I can’t go a week without mexican food! I love it to the core and to be honest given how easy it is to make there really isn’t an excuse. Vegetable fajitas are another one of my mexican favourite. One interesting fact about fajitas is that it is a TexMex word meaning […]


Bonjour, my name is Drishty Ghadia. I was born and raised in India, where in a Vegetarian household I developed my love for cooking spicy food. Then later on moving to and spending 10+ years in the US, I found myself dumbstruck and in love with the high sugar, high fructose corn syrup, high cholesterol - yet oh so addictive food. I mean have you ever gone through an entire menu of The Cheese Cake Factory?

In the past few years I have jumped countries yet again and now I live in the land of Fish and Chips and Yorkshire Pudding - the lovely UK. I love to travel and I believe that you have to taste a culture to understand it. Italian, Spanish, Chinese, French, Swiss, German, Moroccan, Japanese, Malaysian, Sri Lankan, Indian, Peruvian, South African, Kenyan, Middle Eastern - you name it, I've eaten it and tried to make some vegetarian fusion version of it in my kitchen.

Food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison. I will be recreating some original and some fusion recipes from my travels in my kitchen and will share them with you here. Hope you enjoy them!

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