Cake is everyone’s favourite and we don’t need a reason to eat cake! When cake is made with healthy and nutritional ingredients everyone can relish it without guilt. Cake is usually made with maida (all purpose flour) but I have used aata (whole wheat flour) which is always better and a healthier option over maida. I […]
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This Makar Sankranti make traditional til gud ki barfi at home with this simple recipe. Til and gud are very healthy and nutritional and keep the body warm in winter. Health benefits of til (sesame seeds): Sesame seeds prevent diabetes, lower blood pressure, build strong bones, improve heart health, supports digestion, lowers cholesterol, prevents cancer, prevents wrinkles on […]
Buttery, fluffy and are fully loaded with tasty pineapple fruit!
How to preserve and what to do with preserved pineapple!
’tis the season for indulging in some choco chip cookies!
Dahi Vada is a must have on special festive occasions but this is such a comforting Indian snack that it can be had anytime! Ingredients to make 14 to 16 dahi vada- Moong dal – 1/4 tea cup Urad dal – 1/2 tea cup Oats […]
Sharing the recipe of nutritional and healthy cocktail idli. They look cute and taste absolutely delicious! The ingredients used to make cocktail idli are suji, besan, poha, oats, coriander leaves and curry leaves. All of these ingredients are a good source of iron. Let’s start with the recipe of the chutney first: Coconut and Coriander Leaves […]
In English, this dry fruit is known as Foxnut or Lotus seed and in hindi it is called phool makhana. Roasted phool makhana is a popular fasting food. It has numerous health benefits and is full of nutrition. It is good source of calcium, protein, carbohydrates, iron, zinc, potassium and phosphorus. It is high in fibre […]
Pitod (pronounced pitt-aud) is traditionally a Rajasthani dish but it is also popular in other parts of India. It is very similar to Gujrati Khandvi but pitod is slightly thicker. The recipe is very easy. To make pitod, batter is made with besan (gram flour) and buttermilk. The mixture is cooked and solidified, then it […]