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Shweta Agrawal

Shweta Agrawal

She has always been a foodie, she can talk endlessly about food. She writes on MerryTummy - a collection of easy to exotic recipes. She grew up helping her mother in the kitchen which was instrumental in developing her basics and knowledge about spices. When she was getting married, she was told - 'a way to man's heart is through his stomach',  but she felt it is important to keep his heart healthy too; thus she likes to eat right and choose the healthy substitutes. Apart from cooking, she loves to travel and try out different cuisines with her partner.


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By  Posted  Mar 8th 2015 | IN

Beat the heat this summer with this delicious homemade ice cream. The essence of this strawberry chocolate ice cream is that it is made without sugar, eggs and an ice cream machine. It is also low in calories, thereby making it a healthy...Read more »

By  Posted  Oct 21st 2014 | IN

Why not make a batch of these butterless and eggless cookies this Diwali or Halloween they are a sure shot crowd pleaser and indeed very easy to make.Read more »

By  Posted  Sep 25th 2014 | IN

Daal, the staple food in India is served in every home. This daal recipe is loaded with green methi leaves and is rich in proteins and fibre, which makes it healthier.Read more »

By  Posted  Sep 11th 2014 | IN

Give your old tomato soup recipe a makeover; add in the flavour of smoked chilli, which is great for weight loss. This soup recipe is enriched with Vitamin C and many other healing properties.Read more »

By  Posted  Aug 29th 2014 | IN

This Ganesh Chaturti, do not slave away in the kitchen preparing those time consuming and unhealthy deep fried modaks. Try this easy to make microwave version instead. Ganpati Bappa Moriya!Read more »

By  Posted  Aug 20th 2014 | IN

During the rainy season, a warm cup of soup is the perfect comfort food. This healthy soup does not contain oil or butter and is made with roasted capsicums, which contain only 23 calories per cup and are loaded with fibre and antioxidants.Read more »

By  Posted  Aug 14th 2014 | IN

Plums are low in calories (46 calories per 100 g) and contain no saturated fats; however, contain numerous health promoting compounds, minerals and vitamins. Why not make a fruity chutney with added flavours of ginger and fennel seeds. So...Read more »

By  Posted  Aug 4th 2014 | IN

Whether you want to stay fit or wish to have glowing skin the solution is to include greens in your diet. Spinach or as we say palak or saag in Hindi is not only appealing to the eyes, but also is home to a lot of nutrients. It's low...Read more »

By  Posted  Jul 23rd 2014 | IN

Quinoa has twice the protein content of rice or barley; it is also a rich source of calcium, magnesium and manganese. Quinoa also possesses good levels of several B vitamins, vitamin E and dietary fibre. Quinoa and oats dhokla is so...Read more »

By  Posted  Jun 30th 2014 | IN

Relish mangoes before they go off the markets. Stay cool and get healthy skin and slim tummy with this low-fat aam ras smoothie. Have this mango smoothie and rejuvenate your senses and body.Read more »

 
 

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