Hina’s World: Recipe Grilled Pineapples


One of the major things I love to do daily or every other day is grilling veggies, anything from zucchini, to eggplant, to bell peppers, onions, carrots, and pineapples.   You should definitely check it out for yourself and see how it is.     I’ll just do the basic drizzling of olive oil on top, and sea salt and black pepper.  Sometimes I’ll add lemon garlic seasoning to it, or some other seasoning I’ll have in my home.  If I do use seasoning then I’ll skip out on the sea salt and black pepper as most likely the seasoning will already have the sea salt and black pepper already in it.

What kind of veggies do you like to grill?   Comment and feel free to subscribe, like and share this.

Hina’s World: Pasta and Sauce with Baby Spinach, Kale, and Vegetables



1 pkg of pasta, cooked according to package and drained
1 jar of tomato sauce
1 pkg baby spinach
1 bunch of kale, stems removed, chopped
1 tomato chopped
1 bell pepper each color chopped
1 onion chopped
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp red chili powder
1/2 tsp garlic ginger paste
1 Tbsp olive oil


1.   In a large pot, same pot as the pasta was cooked in, drained, add the oil on medium-high heat, add onions, tomatoes, and bell peppers, stirring for a few minutes until they’re soft.

2.  Add the spinach, and kale, and keep stirring for a few minutes and add the tomato sauce.

3.  Add spices, and then add the pasta.     Stirring to make sure it’s all well coated.

4.  Serve.  Enjoy!

Hina’s World: Grilled Vegetables

IMG_0593 Ingredients:

1 bunch of baby carrots cut into strips
1 bunch of rainbow carrots, sliced
1 zucchini sliced
1 tomato sliced
1 red bell pepper sliced
1 bunch of asparagas
2 Tbsp olive oil
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp black pepper


1.  In a large grill, add the above vegetables and drizzle olive oil on top, cooking and stirring occasionally until the veggies becomes soft.

2.  Add sea salt and black pepper on top, stirring occasionally still until the vegetables are lightly brown.

3.  Serve and enjoy!

Hina’s World: Tandoori Peri Garlic Chicken with Apple Spice

IMG_0580 Ingredients:

1 lbs of boneless chicken, washed, and cut into cubed pieces
2 Tbsp tandoori powder
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp red chili powder
1/2 tsp garlic ginger paste
1/2 tsp turmeric
2 Tbsp Peri Peri Garlic flavor sauce
2 Tbsp Apple spice syrup
1 Tbsp olive oil
1/2 bunch of fresh spring onions chopped
1 onion diced
1 bell pepper diced
1/2 bunch of fresh cilantro chopped


1.  In a bowl, marinate the chcken, with the tandoori powder, sea salt, red chili powder, garlic ginger paste, turmeric, for 15-30 minutes.  Be sure to use a fork to poke holes into the raw chicken.  Set aside.

2.  In a large frying pan on medium-high heat, heat oil, add onions, and bell peppers, and cook for about 10-15 minutes or until they’re soft, and add chicken.

3.  Cook chicken all the way through, stirring occasionally.    Add Peri Peri garlic sauce and Apple Spice sauce on top, and keep stirring on medium-low heat until chicken is cooked all the way through, and sauce has formed.  If too thick, add water, if too watery, add yogurt.

4.   Add chopped cilantro on top, and serve.

Hina’s World: Strawberry Banana Orange Neon Vi-Shake


You are probably wondering how or why I came up with this recipe above and instructions below;     I had the Tropicana juice in my fridge and figured I may as well try it in my shake and see how it tastes; that was yesterday’s experiment, not bad at all, I’ll share the recipe of that later, however today it was ok, I need energy, I need my shake, I can definitely combine the two.  But, how about combining that juice too.  It was definitely delicious yesterday, it can definitely work.   As I was imagining how it would look like, down to the last core of what I would add and what not.

So, that’s exactly how it played out.  So yeah, I got my shake, yeah I got my energy with the Neon too.   PLUS:  It tastes amazing!  Amazing, truly fantastic, incredible.  You just have to try this and see for yourself.

Now I know there are other variations you could add instead of the below; and play around with it, you’ve got the vi shake mix in your hands, and hopefully you’ve tried the Neon too, if not then definitely message me and I’ll hook you up to getting some Neon in your fridge today.    But; I think if I do need more energy tomorrow or later on tonight; I’ll try adding the lemon Neuro or Raspberry Neuro, or even try adding the Vi-Defy, or Go or Pro to it and seeing how those plan out in the recipe like below.     Mind you, I’ve already experimented with the whole Neuro, Vi-Defy, Pro and Go in a shake and those were amazing too.  I’ve even added some supergreens into it because I needed that extra kick.

This is a definite must try once in a lifetime kind of moment, or if you really enjoy it like I do, something you can have everyday.   For those that do not want to use the Tropicana version, then I highly recommend using fresh strawberries or frozen ones, and real bananas, and real freshly squeezed orange juice for it instead and I’m sure it’ll taste even better.

Now; I do not know about you; but I’m going to go back and finish some things up, while enjoying this nice, cold, refreshing drink.

Strawberry Banana Orange Neon Vi-shake


8oz strawberry orange banana juice
2 scoops vi shake
1 can neon
some ice
1/2 cup frozen strawberries or fresh


1. In a large blender, add strawberries and the strawberry orange banana juice. Blend until smooth.
2. Add ice, and vi shake mix. blend again.
3. Pour into a huge bottle like below. Add can of neon. do not stir or shake or mix, it’ll settle in on its own.
4. serve, enjoy. you can add some fresh slices of lemon, lime, and more strawberries here.

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