December 29, 2009

Nutritious and Delicious: A Guest Post

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Stacy’s blog is all about that food you can eat without all of the guilt and calories. She makes exciting healthy dishes fun; sometimes by spicing them up with exotic and exciting things and sometimes by keeping things simple, hearty and traditional. Check out her recipes for Ras el Hanout Spiced Crackers, Lebanese Vegetable Soup and traditional Latkes. Sound amazing, don’t they? They are.

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Well, I’m guest blogging my recipe for Sprouted Pulse Baked Samosas over at Nutrition as Nature Intended today and I hope you enjoy them just as much as my family and I did! You can find the recipe and pictures here. Enjoy!

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14 responses to “Nutritious and Delicious: A Guest Post”

  1. Divina Pe says:

    Sounds really yummy made especially for you and me. 😀

  2. jayasri says:

    wow, pass me some please they look mouthwatering!!

  3. Priya says:

    Wow this sounds nutritious and healthy..

  4. Ushnish Ghosh says:

    Dear sanjana
    Just had a look at Stacy's page, very nice indeed and lots of things to read .
    Thanks for the reference and Happy New Year

  5. Tina says:

    Sounds yummyyyyy…

  6. wollymolfes says:

    I found your blog through Stacy's and I love it!

  7. Oraphan says:

    These samosas look and sound amazingly delicious! Thanks for the link to the recipe, can't wait to give it a try:)

  8. Vegetable Matter says:

    Gorgeous. When you fly in for a visit and garden tour, please pack up a box of these for us. Happy New Year!!!

  9. Samra says:

    Stacy's right, your blog is great! Happy Holidays!

  10. jayasri says:

    Hi sanjana, I am back again to wish you a very happy new year and wishing you the best of everything for the years to come by, love to see more colourful pics and lovely recipes from your blog..

  11. Diana Bauman says:

    I am way excited to have found your blog! I am just beginning to learn about the tremendous health benefits of sprouting grains, this is wonderful! Looking forward to following you!

    Besitos- Diana, A Little Bit of Spain in Iowa

  12. Anncoo says:

    Happy New year and wishing you & your family all the best for the coming year.

  13. Sanjana says:

    Thank you SO much for the wonderful feedback everyone 🙂 I hope you enjoy cooking the recipe I created for Stacy's awesome blog!

  14. experimentalculinarypursuits says:

    This is sooo good! Samosas are possibly one of my favorite things in the world!

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