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Tomatoes are rich in important antioxidants such as Vitamins C and A. They can also decrease LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood. Basil is loaded with phytonutrients and essential oils, which protect the body from free radicals, while beans stay in your digestive system longer and add to the feeling of fullness, aiding weight management. Club them together and you have a recipe for good health and weight loss. Continue Reading »
Chana, or chickpeas, is a staple in every Indian household. If you’re looking for a new chana recipe, try making this simple chana ghassi. With fresh coconut and spices, it is a flavourful and comforting dish. Serve it with rotis or steamed rice. Continue Reading »
Moru moru dosa, or crisp dosa, is a south Indian favourite, especially with children. Made of a rice, semolina and flour batter, it is easy to make and does not take a long time to ferment. The coconut, green chillies and spices give it a great flavour. Continue Reading »
Spinach is good for everyone! This recipe, with spicy vegetables rolled in spinach leaves, provides Vitamin A, which boosts the immune system, improves vision and nourishes the skin of the mom-to-be and her baby. Continue Reading »
Rasam is a spiced gravy that is a staple in every south Indian home. If you haven’t quite figured out how to make it just right, try this spicy rasam recipe. Rich in Vitamins A and C, folic acid, iron, calcium and fibre, it is both healthy and delicious. Continue Reading »
Indian desserts are not diabetes-friendly; they are high in sugar and laden with ghee, making them unhealthy and fattening. Executive Chef Pradipt Sinha, Courtyard by Marriott Pune City Centre, adds a healthy twist to shrikhand, a favourite Indian dessert, by making it with nutritious fruits and low fat milk. Continue Reading »
Succulent eggplant slices coated with a semi-spicy, herbed tomato sauce are cooked together for just a minute so that the flavours can sink in. You will love the perfect texture of the eggplant slices and the balanced flavour of the tomato sauce, all of which make this quick and easy recipe a delight to behold and dig into! Continue Reading »