Steaming is one of the best cooking methods for maximizing taste and color, while retaining the most nutrients in vegetables and fish. Vegetables themselves have so much flavor, so simply steaming them and finishing with fresh herbs, lemon juice, and extra virgin olive oil can produce a very satisfying and delicious dish. Steaming for a minimal amount of time, so your vegetables emerge “al dente”—crisp inside and tender outside—is an ideal way to maximize their nutritional value.
Steamed Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaf Serving Size: 6Calories per serving: 103Fat per serving: 1.9gms This dish is a Parsi favorite and super popular among folks who have lived in Mumbai, India, where it's also known as 'Patra Fish' (Patra being the banana leaves). It's light, fresh and full of aromas of cilantro and mint. Continue Reading
Jumpin Pumpkin Flatbread Serving Size: 2Calories per serving: 193Fat per serving: 4.9gms This recipe comes straight to us from our very own Resident Nutritionist. Not only is it a very seasonal recipe and a fun play on using pumpkin in your food, but also an extremely healthy and delicious one. Try it out and you'll Continue Reading
Melt-in-your-mouth Eggplant Serving Size: 2-3Calories per serving: 51Fat per serving: 1.9g One of my favorite meatier vegetables is eggplant because it's got such a unique taste, is super juicy and hardly needs any seasoning to bring that taste out. This is a simple and healthy way to cook it at home. The light seasoning helps Continue Reading