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Tuna Salad

And we’re back after what appears to be the longest break in the history of this blog. While this break wasn’t planned, it gave me an opportunity to experiment with a variety of new/ healthy dishes. I cannot wait to share all my delicious kitchen experiments with you. The first time I made this Tuna […]

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Baked Lentil Meatballs (Spicy) – Vegan and Gluten Free

Lentils are my favorite source of vegan protein. In addition to being a great source of fiber, vitamins, proteins and other nutrients, they taste delicious and can be cooked in so many ways. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with these lentil fritters/balls that can be served as an appetizer with a side of sauce or can […]

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Masala Peas with Spinach and Baby Potatoes – Gluten Free, Vegan

I always try to incorporate variety of carbs in my meals that are healthy and unprocessed, after-all carbs are one of the most important macro nutrients responsible for providing us energy.  Not all carbs are created equal and the type of carbohydrates we consume is more important than the amount. I mean, I do have […]

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Shakshuka – Paleo & Whole 30

Ever have those days when you are late from work, the weather is not supportive (read: cold, windy, rainy and/or anything but pleasant) and failed dinner plans that left you with the choice to either order in or make dinner at home? If you are in such a situation, the amount of time you’ll spend […]

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Almond Meal and Herbs Bread – Gluten Free

A low carb bread that is nutritious and is irresistibly delicious does exist!! The ingredients for this bread include almond meal, eggs, herbs, apple cider vinegar, honey/maple syrup, coconut/olive oil and  any other toppings/flavors of choice. There is no yeast, no all purpose flour and definitely no kneading involved. It all comes together in a […]

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Roasted Chana Dal /Split Bengal Gram

Split Bengal Grams/ Chana Dal are a kind of lentils that’s used in variety of Indian dishes (both sweet and savory). Chana dal is high in fiber and low in cholesterol, and is a good source of zinc and proteins. While deep fried and spicy chana dal is one of the most popular snacks in […]

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Baked (Crispy) Sweet Potato Fries

CulinaryBee is all about guilt free indulgence and these baked sweet potato fries are no different. They fit perfectly in the guilt free indulgence category and are equally, if not more delicious, and addictive than their fried counterpart. Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of Vitamin A, complex carbohydrates, fiber and proteins. These sweet potato fries […]

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Roasted Curry Spiced Cashews

In addition to being delicious, cashews are a powerhouse of nutrients, fats, and are an excellent source of protein. With football and holiday season around the corner, roasted curry spiced cashews make for a wonderful (lighter) option to your party line-up or as hostess/holiday gifts. They are highly customizable, very easy to make and definitely one of the most […]

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Savory Granola

Summer is the perfect time to vacation and as much anticipated summer travels are, they can be extremely tricky. An unplanned vacation can very easily alter your routine, making it challenging to keep up with your daily healthy habits. Homemade snacks (esp.  while traveling) are the best and they beat anything you could find at the airport, office vending […]

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Quinoa Crepes

If you are looking for a good roti or bread substitute, this one is en fuego! Lately, in order to reduce carb intake at dinner, I have been looking to replace rotis, bread and naan with healthier yet delicious alternative. The idea of making quinoa crepes came from a dear friend, who makes these on a regular […]

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