My Dainty Kitchen is all about healthy & quick recipes. We understand in today’s fast moving lifestyle nobody likes to sweat inside kitchen for long hours. And the solution is quick and easy recipes that will save cooking time and you will get quality time to spend with your loved ones.
Here we provide you step by step photo and instructions for each recipes. The recipes are mostly vegetarian, vegan, healthy, and easy to cook. The basic idea behind creating this blog is making people aware of healthy & easy recipes, techniques. Learn new recipes and share your feedback with us. We would love to learn from you as well.
“Sharing is Caring.”
“A RECIPE HAS NO SOUL. YOU AS THE COOK MUST BRING SOUL TO THE RECIPE” – Thomas Keller
Learning is a continuous process and we all are learning each and every second of our life. Same with cooking. Some are beginners, some are experts. So we are sharing what we know and also we are requesting you to send your suggestion and new recipes to make us learn something new.
“NO ONE IS BORN AS A GREAT COOK, ONE LEARNS BY DOING.” – JULIA CHILD
Hello!! Welcome to my blog. Here I simplify healthy cooking for my readers and food lovers. I love sharing those recipes which are easy to make, healthy without compromising on taste. Simple recipes which are made with easily available ingredients and simplified way. I don’t like spending 1 hr to make 1 delicious looking food which is not healthy. Rather I would spend 15 – 20 minutes and serve some healthy & quick one. (There can be some cheat days also but occasionally). I believe in Love what you Do and Do what you Love. And I love cooking. So I’m here! I hope my blog helps you in small way to bring bigger change in your lifestyle and creating healthy food habit.
About Ipsa Faujdar
Ipsa Faujdar is an entrepreneur and an author of two cookbooks. She has done MBA and worked in corporate sectors. But soon after the birth of her first baby when she took a break from work, started every day cooking for the baby, for the family, she realized her passion for cooking, health, and fitness. She is an enthusiast blogger, a mother, a homemaker, and an entrepreneur. But moreover, she is a foodie and passionate about cooking.
She has also studied nutrition and health education and acclaimed as a certified nutritionist and health coach. She has also planned to study more on food science. With her knowledge and expertise, she is sharing the best possible.
“IT’S IN THE KITCHEN WHERE THE WARMTH OF SHARED MEMORIES, LAUGHTER AND LIFE CREATE A RECIPE THAT SPANS THE GENERATIONS” – ANONYMOUS
The recipes shared on this blog have sole copyright to My Dainty Kitchen. These are cooked and photographed by me (Ipsa). And of course, tasted by the whole family. I try my best to share extra tips that can help my readers. All the recipes I share here are either vegetarian (eggless) or vegan. I feel motivated when I get so much good feedback from my readers on social media (Pinterest & Facebook) who try these recipes and are happy with the outcome. Please feel free to give a 5-star rating and comment on posts if you are happy with it. It keeps me motivated.
In my recipe posts, I like to provide information on the hero ingredient (health benefits and nutrition). But that doesn’t say you will follow each word of it.
While writing nutrition and health benefits of any vegetables in a recipe or in a post, I write only for information purposes. And this doesn’t stand for any medical advice. Please don’t treat any of my nutritional facts as medical advice since those would be very generalized as per my studies and research (and some personal observations).
Since we all have different health conditions and histories (that only we are aware of), one statement may not fit all.
Some may enjoy one vegetable while some others may be allergic to it. So you are the best decision-maker of what you have to eat and what you have to just ignore.
e.g. If you know some vegetable causes gas in you, you will ignore it even if I say in my post “this is one of the healthiest vegetables you must include in your diet”. Here the term “MUST” is generalized and not specific and personalized. I shall not be held responsible in such a case.