Hari Mirch Achar – Pickles form an integral part of our Indian food. These not only make the food tasty, some are good for digestion, some preserve a fruit or vegetable so that it can be enjoyed later on, some provide necessary vitamins, minerals to our body. We simply can’t ignore them in our food.
Sweet lemon pickle | khatta meetha nimbu ka achaar – A truly amazing pickle. I think for me anything that can be described as sweet and sour works. I like this pairing of tangy with sweet. It gives a kick to our taste buds. That is why I have a soft corner for pickles.
Kali Gajar Kanji | black carrot Kanji – A very flavorful, spicy, fermented, yummy carrot drink. And now the magic word ………….HEALTHY. Yes, this drink is healthy too. It is made during the season change i.e. February – march when our appetites are sluggish and digestion is not at its best. This drink helps in digestion ( as…
Gobhi Gajar Shalgam Achar will remind of you winters whenever you eat them. Winter vegetables preserved in sweet sour spicy syrup can turn a daily boring meal into a treat. you can have this achar with paranthas, pulav, mathri or whatever you like. This achar tastes awesome with Makka ki roti or parantha.
Aloe Vera Ladoo or gwarpatha laddu is the best and probably yummiest way to eat aloe vera. We all have heard about the goodness of aloe vera, its health benefits. You can find lots of juices, creams, gels with aloe vera to improve your health and for your skin and hair. At home, you can have…
vegetable cutlets or vegetable patties is one of the most liked breakfast/fried snack any time of the year. In winters with fresh carrots and peas, this simple and easy to make snack gives a tough competition to ever popular samosas.
Healthy turmeric ginger pickle – we all know health benefits of turmeric. it is a very important ingredient in most of the Indian recipes and a must in Indian spice box. It is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, protects against cancer, heart problems, and Indigestion. Same can be said of ginger and garlic. All these foods are super foods…
Cheese Namak Pare – Namak pare is a must in Diwali snacks. Who does not like savory, crispy Namak Pare. They are really easy to make is another point in their favor. For some time I have been making these cheese namak pare instead of regular namak pare.
Chocolate covered almonds – Super easy to make. your kids will love them. We all know that almonds are highly nutritious. These are loaded with antioxidants, a good source of vitamin E, minerals. Almonds have many health benefits. Team them up with kids favorite – chocolates. And watch your kids munch on some healthy sweets.
Lauki Burfi – I have been making this burfi for many years but somehow never managed to share with you. The best thing about this Lauki Burfi – other than it being very delicious, fat-free, milk based sweet is that it is made with lauki ( doodhi, bottle gourd, ghiya).