Like I mentioned earlier, we’ve been working very hard on various projects, and all that multi-tasking has us barely coming up for air. And when we do look up, we can’t help but smile, and know that 2017 is going to be a very good year!

Now enough of the gloating, let’s get to one of the points. We have launched a new platform in Kitchen Therapy called “In Your Kitchen” to feature YOU! We are calling for home cooks to get their minute of fame, share their story and a recipe that is close to their hearts. There are absolutely no pre-requisites, and anyone can participate. If you are or know someone who is interested, please drop us a quick email to Our first guest star is the gorgeous jewellery designer, Shruti Chhajer Ranka, sharing her healthy recipes for soy patties.


Now, point number two: Over the next few months we are working on an awesome collaboration with Epigamia Yogurt! I have a line up of amazing ideas to do with their Greek yogurt, that of course works great on it’s own, but you know, I like to meddle, prod and poke to make something even cooler. And when Epigamia asked me to do just that, I found justification for my calling. The aim is to churn out recipes that are simple and nourishing to your body and soul.

Today’s inaugural recipe for Epigamia is a ridiculously easy chia seed pudding, that you’ll think I’m joking. Chia seeds is a superfood and teamed with the high-protein Epigamia Greek yogurt, this dessert is a must-eat. Swirl in some honey, dust off some cocoa powder and top with fresh fruits and you are good to go!

The Recipe
Serves 1


  • 90g Epigamia Greek Yogurt, Strawberry
  • 2 tbsp Chia seeds
  • 1 tsp Honey
  • 1 tsp Unsweetened cocoa powder
  • For topping Fresh fruits


  • Stir the honey and chia seeds into the yogurt.
  • Pour the thick yogurt into an individual serving ramekin.
  • Cover and place in the fridge for at least an hour, or until the chia seeds are nicely plumped up and set.
  • Sprinkle cocoa powder over the top and garnish with fresh fruits.
  • Serve cold.

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