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Wondering what to prepare for dinner, try this potato, tomato and peas sabzi. Quickest, easiest and healthy vegetable curry and it uses just two teaspoons of oil. Continue Reading »
Cucumber is usually used to make salads and raitas but in this recipe feature, the chef uses this low calorie vegetable along with some flavoured Lebanese hummus to make a healthy snack. Try this innovative recipe, to treat your family to a delicious and yet healthy snack. Continue Reading »
Pasta is no doubt a favourite dish among kids and adults. So the next time you plan to make pasta, try this fibre and protein rich version instead. In this recipe feature, the chef provides you with a step-by-step guide to prepare a healthy pasta dish combined with scrumptious curried beans. Continue Reading »
Give your rice a twist by adding some tasty, Mexican flavours to it. In this recipe feature, celebrity chef Tarla Dalal provides us with a step-by-step guide, to prepare this healthy Mexican rice. Continue Reading »
This is a green soup recipe, which is full of healthy
ingredients like broccoli, spinach, green beans and peas. Green vegetables are carbohydrate free and are loaded with fibres, vitamins and minerals. Continue Reading »
The problem with Indian recipes is that most of them have unhealthy ingredients like ghee, oil, maida and others. But that doesn’t mean that healthy Indian recipes will not satisfy your taste buds. Chef Saransh Goila who anchors health based shows on Food Food, shows us how we can create healthy versions of our favourite recipes. View Slideshow »
Oats Halwa is an easy to make recipe, which is healthy and pacifies your sweet cravings instantly. This healthy halwa made from oats is the perfect dessert for diabetic patients who are forced to keep away from sweets. Continue Reading »
Known for their wide variety, aromas, flavours, spices and gorgeous colours, Indian curries are loved across the globe. Unfortunately this global love for curries is marred by a common perception - most people consider them greasy and unhealthy. But today, Chef De Cuisine Ankit Sharma at JW Marriott, Chandigarh, shares with us his healthy versions of much-loved, popular Indian curries. With the right balance of seasoning and aromas these recipes are perfect for healthy winter indulgences. *Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images View Slideshow »
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