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Tuna Kabobs

I am always looking for ways to add variety to our meals. Like me, if you are not a fan of Tuna salad or if you are bored of eating it regularly, you will definitely love these kabobs. No fuss, delicious and incredibly nutritious, these Tuna kabobs are perfect for a quick weekday meal or […]

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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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Mixed Veg Curry in Coconut Gravy

Happy New year, friends! First of all, I am very sorry for going MIA. I got so occupied with holidays and a long overdue vacation to India that everything else got sidelined. Now that that’s out of the way, I’m ready to share some finger licking delicious and nutritious recipes that are easy to make […]

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Carrot Halwa/Fudge Breakfast Porridge – Vegan & Gluten Free

I have the best  memories of carrot halwa/fudge cooked by my uncle, while growing up. Every year, during winter, my uncle would bring plenty of carrots from local farmers market and whenever that happened all of us kids knew its halwa time. We would help wash and grate the carrots, watch him prepare the ingredients […]

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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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Ful / Fool Medames: Vegan and Gluten Free

Ful or Fool Medames is one of the most popular Egyptian street food, primarily served for breakfast. Ful is made with cooked and mashed fava beans and served with a variety of toppings such as onion, tomatoes, lemons, parsley, garlic, cucumbers, boiled eggs,pickled vegetables and tahini. Fava beans are packed with nutrients and minerals, they […]

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Wild Rice, Barley, Kale and Butternut Squash Stew

I was ready to post a dessert recipe today but thanks to freezing cold for the change of plan. Since the whole world will be making and looking for dessert recipes for Valentine’s Day, I figured I’ll share something different – the recipe of one of our recent favorite stews that is wholesome and very […]

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Lamb over Rice – Kabsa

The combination of lamb and rice is an all time favorite in my family. While biryani and pulav are more on the spicy side, the recipe of lamb over rice that I’m sharing today is mildly spiced and is known as Kabsa – a very popular Arabic dish. This is my version of Kabsa, the […]

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Warm Apple Cider – For Chilly Evenings

When you feel that first crisp breeze, you know that summer is gone and fall is on the horizon. There are plenty of events such as Labor Day, the arrival of pumpkin spice lattes at Starbucks, the changing color of leaves and that first overwhelming urge to wear a sweater and scarf, that officially mark […]

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Brussel Sprouts and Potatoes Stir Fry

The other day, on my trip to the grocery store, I picked up some fresh Brussels Sprouts. I have always had Brussels Sprouts, steamed or roasted in salads. When I bought them, I had no idea what else to make with them, but Salad. In Fall and Winter, I am always craving for something warm […]

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