Why This Blog

IMG_20200327_232516345I am Jaishree. I am passionate about cooking and I keep experimenting with various recipes. My affair with food started since I was 7 years old (J) when I first started helping out my mother. I kept learning new recipes from different people I met.

I have been fortunate to have been exposed to multitude of cultures during my life so far. Had it not been so, I would not have gotten a chance to try out so many different recipes.

My two kids, Anagh (7 yrs) and Zoe (2 yrs) keep pushing me try out new things. Satisfying them is not a easy task! But I have been mostly successful thus far.

I started this blog to share my passion and learn from my fellow readers. I want to focus on vegetarian recipes that are healthy. In the world of food, anything that is tasty is generally not very healthy and anything that is healthy is not generally very tasty! I want to change this – make vegeterian recipes that are healthy and tasty.

Feel free to tell me what you feel. Also share your thoughts on

1) What would you like to see here in future?

2) How did you hear about this blog?

3) On a scale of 1-10 (where 10 is most likely), how likely is it that you you would recommend this blog to a friend or colleague?

4) How can I improve this blog?

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9 Comments

  1. do you have any healthy receipes with apples or other fruits for kids… and also with healthy attas like Ragi, Jowar, Bajra etc…… its so difficult as kids dont open their mouth to eat anything specially my daughter :( thanks

    • Hi Siddhi
      U can try chilla , pudla and parathas . my kids love this paratha when i mix vegetables in flour rather than stuffed ones. you can also try whole wheat chocolate cake ,it has lots of dates in it and kids loves it a lot. in chilla and pudla recipes i add variety of flours. Make the small size of paratha and chilla for kids they love to eat the smaller size rather than the big one. my kids love to eat fruits raw only but will surely upload recipes of fruits :-)

  2. Niranjan Gupta says:

    Hii Jaishree

    Would have specific food for Diabetic people. I mean a healthy vegetarian diet.

    Regards
    Niranjan Gupta

  3. Hi Jayashree
    Thank you for your recipes.
    Alshi chutney- I’m going to try it now.
    I am all for traditional recipes.
    Will follow you dearly

  4. hi

    Jayashree aunty

    could you upload some recipes for healthy vegetartion salad , non fried snacks , nd sandwiches

    thanks

    with regards
    chaitrali

  5. vin michael says:

    Hello
    We need blog post on your website   http://healthyvegrecipes.com
    Can you let me know Price ? 
    Need Dofollow Link Permanent . 
    I am Waiting for your reply

  6. Hello there,
    I’m kinda new here in your blog. I’m from Southern California. We grew fruit trees here in our yard. We have three guava trees my husband planted and so far it’s been good to us that we have plenty of and some going bad. I love guavas, mangoes, and bananas , etc… I came across your blog through the internet. And I’m so glad that I chose yours because it has more natural flavors; more homemade. My husband and I are both pescatarians that is strictly eat only wild caught seafood, but mostly we eat plant based food. The guava jellies recipe is so delicious and the delicacy of it. I’ve had 2 1/4 cup of the pulp and I added 3 tbsp of the lemon juice and 3 1/3 of the brown sugar, still it turned out pretty good, I’m amazed. I let it boil for more than 30 minutes, maybe about 50 minutes until I tested a drop of it with cold water. I took some jellies and poured some of it into my banana with Almond Butter and it’s so delicious

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