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Drink your vegetables for a change! In addition to tasting great, this melange of carrot, capsicum and tomatoes will do great things for your eyesight. Vitamin c-rich capsicum will also help build immunity and ease stress before you set out for the day.
A tantalizing combo of tender corn and capsicum cooked in milk and tempered with indian spices, makai capsicum cannot really be called a customary gujarati dish, but the younger generation definitely enjoys this off-beat vegetable preparation as it is low on spices and ghee.
A unique combination of perky coriander and pungent garlic, made into a chutney that urges you to lick your fingers! The lemon juice adds a pleasant tang to the Coriander Garlic Chutney, while the roasted chana dal helps balance the flavours and thickens the chutney as well.
Sprouts stir-fry, a spicy stir-fry version of the famed chana masala. Sprouts are a good source of protein, calcium and iron. Iron and folic acid builds hemoglobin and blood that is required to provide oxygen whereas protein and calcium are required for the growth, maintenance and wear and tear of m ....
This is a must-have item, which you ought to prepare and store before trying your hand at Punjabi cooking! You can store Punjabi Garam Masala in an air-tight container for upto an year but if you do not have the time or inclination to make it, use any garam masala available in the market.
Papad Potato Rolls features a more scrumptious filling rolled up into papads, which are then deep-fried. You could serve it as an appetizer or with cocktails; on the other hand, you could also opt for it as a standalone snack with tea.
With the tanginess of orange and the creaminess of vanilla ice-cream, the not-so-popular muskmelon transforms into a delightful drink! Garnish the melon smoothie with a well-cut wedge of muskmelon to enhance its visual appeal.
Grated cauliflower replaces coconut to create a healthier and heart-friendly version of the traditional Hyderabadi Baghara Baingan. Although most people will not think of pressure-cooking brinjals, here we have opted for that method so as to retain the nutrients and reduce the oil required. As a res ....
The refreshingly cool and minty flavour of this dip is sure to please your little one. Make this dip and serve with crackers, cheese straws, plain salt biscuits or any other biscuit that your child enjoys. This dip will add an extra flavour to his snack.
A lip-smacking preparation of paneer that is sure to excite your taste buds. Perfectly suited to the expectations of desi food lovers, Chatakedar Paneer features succulent cottage cheese cubes enhanced with not just tangy tomatoes, dried fenugreek leaves and regular spice powders like chilli and cor ....
Though prepared in various different ways across the country, Moong Dal with Spinach is nevertheless a favourite combination in desi cooking. Here, we have made a low calorie version of this delicious iron-rich dal. This recipe is chock full of nutrients, as spinach brings protein, garlic has anti-b ....
Dominance of peanuts is what makes the Malaysian Noodles stand apart from other Oriental noodle recipes. As always, the noodles are prepared with typical ingredients like garlic, capsicum, spring onions, bean sprouts and soya sauce. However, crushed peanuts are used here as both a seasoning and a ga ....
Get your kids to eat unpopular vegetables by disguising them in these nutritious parathas. curds help to get soft parathas serve these vitamin A and folic acid rich parathas with a bowl of curds to get protein and calcium also.
Chock full of nutrients required for growth, green peas make a surprising filling for sandwiches! Full of fibre and protein…kids favourite sandwich made healthy by replacing high calorie and fattening thousand island dressing…with a healthier version which is made using curds and very little cream..
A satiating fruity in-between snack, that can be made in a jiffy. The antioxidants from soya, fibre from apples and the bio-active compound from cinnamon helps to avoid a quick rise in blood sugar levels and the low-fat milk gives you enough calcium while avoiding the unnecessary fat.
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