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healthmeup - 04/07/2014 13:30:00

Indian Dessert: Kesar Malai Peda Recipe

Indian Dessert: Kesar Malai Peda Recipe If you're craving something sweet; try this easy Indian mithai recipe. This kesar malai recipe by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor oozes flavour. This Indian sweet is the perfect dessert after any Indian meal. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 03/23/2014 07:00:00

Is Dal a Good Protein Source?

Is Dal a Good Protein Source? For most vegetarians, dal is one of the main protein sources. Dal is the backbone of the Indian meal and definitely has a good deal of protein. Dal has several benefits including the fact that it is nutritious, tasty, and adds a perfect accompaniment to most meals. No Indian meal is complete... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 11/18/2013 13:30:00

Indian Dessert Recipe: Quick and Easy Mishti Doi Recipe

Indian Dessert Recipe: Quick and Easy Mishti Doi Recipe Mishti doi is a quick and easy Indian recipe, to be precise a Bengali recipe prepared with milk and curds. This Indian dessert recipe is shared by celebrity Chef, Gautam Mehrishi and no matter the occasion, mishti doi is a quick recipe that works great after a heavy Indian meal. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/22/2012 06:30:00

Simple Substitutions for Healthier Meals

Simple Substitutions for Healthier Meals Cooking healthy meals is no rocket science. Unfortunately, due to habit or lack of experimenting, we often fall into a rut with cooking methods and staple dishes. Additionally, our tastebuds are wired a certain way and we can't go two days without craving for the very foods we need to banish from... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 05/22/2012 06:30:00

Chef Recipes: Healthy Lasaniya Batata

Chef Recipes: Healthy Lasaniya Batata This baby potato dish by Chef Kunal Kapur, Executive Sous Chef at the Leela Kempinski Gurgaon, comes with a very light coating of masala, aromatic garlic and spices. The baby potatoes, used in this dish, please your tastebuds while being a good carb food which aids in weight loss keeping your... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 03/14/2012 06:30:00

The Fine Art of Meal Planning

The Fine Art of Meal Planning The first step toward a healthy lifestyle is appropriate meal planning. Eating healthy does not involve starving, nor does it involve loading up on proteins alone. If we've learnt anything from Michelle Obama's MyPlate, it is this: Meal planning is as simple as filling your plate the right way.... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 12/07/2011 06:30:00

From Rotis to Curries: Is Indian Food Diet-Friendly?

From Rotis to Curries: Is Indian Food Diet-Friendly? Often maligned as rich and creamy, Indian food offers many staples that are enriched with whole grains, beans, vegetables and lean meats. The problem might lie in preparation, but by and large the basic ingredients and dishes that make up a typical Indian meal are healthy and nutritious. But are... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/07/2011 07:00:00

Healthy Prawn Biryani with Raita

Healthy Prawn Biryani with Raita Stuck indoors this monsoon, and craving delicious out-of-the-ordinary food? Look no further. Here's a hearty meal for you - A complete Indian meal, prawn biryani with raita is a must-try if you like experimenting with food, but can't be caught dead frying things for flavour. The preparation is... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 06/28/2011 09:00:00

How Healthy Is Indian Food?

How Healthy Is Indian Food? Indian food is enriched with dishes like broth-based lentils and pulses (dals), stir-fried and sauteed vegetables, lean meat cuts like the popular tandoori legs, and carbs from rotis. A nation that loves its rice, and idli too, the Indian diet is essentially composed of healthy ingredients. Then... Continue Reading »

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