Amazing presentation for delicious food.:)
Eating food from different countries and cooking different kind of food. In my opinion it will be good for brain and heart too.
On my India trip exploring the Golden Triangle, I was surprised to discover that so many things that I’d thought were quintessentially British, were actually originally from the Asian country. India has given us lots: Polo (the sport, not the mint), jodhpurs for horse riding, the board games chess and “Snakes and Ladders”, even the […]
via A taste of India: an authentic cookery lesson in Jaipur. — Always Carry On.
“Malai kofta” is a very popular recipe in all over India.Malai means cream while kofta means balls made with grated cottage cheese or paneer and with or without mashed potatoes,which are deep fried in oil. A rich and sweet gravy with some mild spices. But gluten free is something extra.. i am trying to alter […]
via Gluten free “Malai Kofta” — Kukis_culinary
This year flu season started early. Compare previous years the flu vaccine is a little bit effective…
Home remedies are good alternatives and tasty too.:)
Solanum trilobatum is commonly known as Thuthuvalai in Tamil. In English, it is called as Purple fruited pea egg plant. Many people all over the world is not aware of purple-fruited pea eggplant. It is most beneficial and has medicinal values. Thuthuvalai has more thorns in its leaves. We need to clean it carefully as […]
via Thuthuvalai Rasam/ Medicinal Rasam for cold and cough/Herbal Soup — Deep’s cook book
The parsnip is a root vegetable closely related to the carrot and parsley. Parsnips are native to Europe and Asia and were introduced to North America in the 17th century. Larger parsnips can have a woody texture, but smaller roots have a tender texture and sweet flavor. Parsnips’ hearty texture stands up well to roasting. Try combining […]
via Health benefits of parsnip — Cooking without Limits
CHAATS are snacks that are usually served at road side stalls.No Indian can resist these yummy delicacies. Chaats have earned a global share of fan following now.You can get them in any grocery stores marketed by well known brands. Nothing can beat the taste of home made Chaats. People have become so health […]
via MOMO CHAAT — Preethi’sCuisine