Panzanella is a popular Italian salad that...
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but on the days that you're running late it's almost impossible to try and cook something. Try this quick and nutritious makai (corn) korma recipe that you can just pop into the microwave. Continue Reading »
Whey is a byproduct that you get either when you make paneer (cottage cheese) or when you hang curd. Most people tend to discard it thinking it is a waste product, however it is actually very rich in proteins, vitamins and minerals. The next time you make paneer, try making this soup out of the whey that gets left over. Continue Reading »
A delicious twist on the traditional garlic bread, celery garlic toast is a good snack for diabetics. Celery is low in carbohydrates, high in fibre, rich in Vitamins A, C and iron, while garlic is good for the heart. Try making this simple and appetising recipe when you’re in the mood for a quick snack. Continue Reading »
Beetroot is rich in antioxidants, potassium, magnesium, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, folic acid and soluble fibre. It is low in fat, with a medium glycemic index. Prep it up with some fennel on a bed of bulgur wheat and enjoy this flavoursome yet healthy dish. The flavours all come together very well. The freshness of the fennel has me addicted! Continue Reading »
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. Continue Reading »
Sprouts are very rich in both calcium and Vitamin A, making them a superfood that you should try to incorporate into your diet as often as possible. Try out this healthy Alfalfa Sprouts Open Sandwich recipe – colourful and tasty, it has only half the bread of a regular sandwich. Continue Reading »
Greek salad is a popular salad in Greek cuisine, that is perfect for those on a Mediterranean diet . If you're looking for a healthy meal that is rich in healthy fats and other nutrients, look no further. Executive Sous Chef from Courtyard by Marriott shares this exclusive recipe for HealthMeUp. Continue Reading »
Black jamuns are known to be very beneficial to diabetics. Blend them together with some low-fat milk and you can have a dessert that is not only healthy but is also diabetes friendly. Give this black jamun ice cream a try this weekend. Continue Reading »
Independence Day calls for tricolour food that tastes as good as it looks. To get yourself in a patriotic mood, try making these simple tricolour sandwiches that are both healthy and attractive. Continue Reading »
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 ditch ketchup and have a healthy dip instead. Continue Reading »
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