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Someone smart recently told me that if you don’t like tea, you’re not civilised. He might be right, but his tea-drinkers’ argument mentioned nothing about liking tea hot or cold. And I like it cold. Cold, iced, chilled, delicious with honey, apple juice, ginger, any old ingredient lying around in the kitchen really. And to top it all, tea’s healthy too. In 2006, British nutritionists claimed that tea was even healthier than water because of its re-hydrating and illness fighting properties. So here’s looking at iced tea and how you can make it in seconds. Fight this heat with my two favourite, super easy and refreshing iced tea recipes. Continue Reading »
Pears fight cancer, lower cholesterol, give you instant energy and are an excellent source of fibre. So if you are bored of eating them raw, try tossing them in a salad! Distinctly oriental in flavour and appearance, this crisp and crunchy salad with pears is tasty and interesting. We also have a choice of two different dressings to toss in, just before serving it. Continue Reading »
For most vegetarians, dal is one of the main sources of protein. Besides this, It also provides complex carbohydrates, fibre and folic acid and is a perfect accompaniment to most meals. No Indian meal is complete without a steaming hot bowl of dal. Try making this tasty dal soup recipe with a healthy canola oil, which does not compromise the flavour of the dish. Continue Reading »
Gopal kala is an Indian dessert that is mainly served as Prasad during festivals. Gopal kala is made from beaten rice, lots of yogurt, ghee and cucumber. But, today, we give this delicious dessert a healthy twist, so be sure to give it a try. Continue Reading »
Palak paneer is the most common Indian vegetarian dish. Today, Dr. Nandita Shah, the founder of SHARAN shares a palak paneer recipe with a twist, an all vegan recipe. Instead of paneer, this palak ‘paneer’ recipe uses tofu, which is packed with iron and calcium. Continue Reading »
Methi Mutter Makhana Malai - a creamy, delicious, mild flavoured, rich looking curry made with fenugreek leaves, green peas and makhanas (fox nuts). This is a simple, healthy, easy and quick recipe, which can be served with rotis/parathas/naans and even with rice. Continue Reading »
Want a healthy version of cake? Try this apple and coconut cake recipe shared by nutritionist and freelance writer at Travellers Dietition – Kara Landau. This cake, which is high in fibre and low in GI, makes for an absolutely amazing and healthy dessert. Continue Reading »
Do you have a low haemoglobin count, but hate eating beetroot? Then try this yummy and delicious beetroot and orange soup, which is packed with vitamins and minerals and will make you fit and healthy. This beetroot and orange soup recipe was shared by Ponmathi Srilekha from Lekha Foods. Continue Reading »
If you are fond of eating pickles but hate those oil dripping ones, why not try this healthy, tomato pickled chutney enriched with vitamin C, as tomatoes are packed with vitamin C, which can boost immunity and keep you healthy. Continue Reading »
If you have been trying to lose weight for awhile, but haven’t seen any results, then try this honey & cinnamon recipe, which promises to help you burn calories, shared by Syeda Kiran Zahra Hussain, Certified Holistic Nutrition Therapist, SNHS , UK. Certified Health Coach, IIN, US. This honey & cinnamon recipe will also help boost your metabolism. Continue Reading »
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