Bones form the framework your body rests on. And this drink will make sure they remain healthy and strong forever! This juice is not only rich in calcium but also provides a treasure trove of other nutrients like Vitamin C and folic acid. Carrots make a sweet juice that works well as a base when combined with the juice of other fruits and vegetables. It is advised to drink fresh carrot juice as it contains calcium that is more easily assimilated than that in milk. Continue Reading »
Idli is a steamed south Indian dish that is typically made from fermented rice batter. Rice batter needs to be prepared in advance however, so this recipe uses rava (semolina) to make the idlis instead. Perfect for a quick and healthy breakfast, this simple recipe will soon become one of your favourites. Continue Reading »
Sindhi curry is a dish that originates from the region of Sindh, Pakistan. While it is traditionally cooked in a pot, this is a pressure cooker recipe that is both faster and easier to make. With plenty of vegetables and minimal oil, this is the perfect family meal. Continue Reading »
Lebanon has a few favourites among the vegetable group and brinjal is one of them. It is relished so much that apart from being grilled and served as a main course, the vegetable is also ground to a paste and made into a delicious dip called baba ganoush. Continue Reading »
If you have a cold or cough, the best thing to soothe it is a big bowl of piping hot soup. This simple tomato broth recipe with pan-fried whole wheat croutons fits the bill perfectly. What’s more, it’s a Jain recipe that doesn’t have any garlic or onions in it. You can leave out the croutons if you don’t want to go through the hassle of making them. Continue Reading »
Thepla is a type of flatbread that is popularly consumed in Gujarat, India. It can be served along with vegetables, or eaten by itself. Since it is dry, it is a great snack to take to the office or with you when you are travelling. Continue Reading »
This recipe features a colourful and thoughtful combination of ingredients. Beetroot and carrot together with tangy spices gives rise to a lip-smacking tikki that goes well with the garlic-flavoured spinach gravy. Beetroot being a storehouse of antioxidants helps iron in doing its activities, while the use of oats as a binding agent instead of potatoes or cornflour makes the recipe fibre-rich too. Continue Reading »
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