Archive for the ‘North Indian dish’ Category

Beetroot has lot of health benefits. They are tender and sweet and can be eaten raw, boiled, roasted or grilled. Beet roots prevents cancer, reduces anemia, improves digestion and prevents constipation. Slows progression of dementia, lowers blood pressure and is good for skin and hair. The recipe given below is   Read More ...

Lauki in hindi means bottle gourd which is made into balls and deep fried. This golden balls are then cooked in spicy tomato and cashew paste. This delicious curry can be paired with Indian breads. Though not a favorite vegetable as it doesn’t have a taste of it’s own but    Read More ...

To get the nutritional benefit of mushroom it has to be cooked. It’s a good source of calcium, fiber, selenium, protein, iron, vitamin C, vitamin Deficiency, potassium and phosphorus. It’s low in calories, helps in fighting cancer, boosts immune system and prevents heart disease. Button mushroom is the most common variety   Read More ...

Green mushroom curry is my own creation. Mint, coriander leaves and green chillies give a green colour to the curry so hence I named it green mushroom curry. It goes well with roti, naan, parotta, idiyappam. Mushrooms are not vegetables but they provide several important nutrients. To get the nutritional   Read More ...

To get the nutritional benefit of mushroom it has to be cooked. It’s a good source of calcium, fiber, selenium, protein, iron, vitamin C, vitamin D, potassium and phosphorus. It’s low in calories, helps in fighting cancer, boosts immune system and prevents heart disease. Button mushroom is the most common variety   Read More ...

To get the nutritional benefit of mushroom it has to be cooked. It’s a good source of calcium, fiber, selenium, protein, iron, vitamin C, vitamin Deficiency, potassium and phosphorus. It’s low in calories, helps in fighting cancer, boosts immune system and prevents heart disease. Button mushroom is the most common variety   Read More ...

Punjabi chole is an authentic dish of northern part of India. Main ingredient of this dish is chickpeas/ kabuli chana which is very high in protein. It stabilizes blood sugar, controls blood pressure and prevents anemia. This recipe is very simple, I am not using any garam masala or garlic.   Read More ...

  Poori is a snack or light meal commonly consumed in Indian subcontinent. It is mostly served as breakfast or served  at special ceremonial functions along with a vegetarian curry. It is prepared with either atta (whole wheat flour) or maida (refined wheat flour). Here I have used wheat flour   Read More ...

Baingan/aubergine/eggplant/brinjal are good for heart, controls diabetes, helps in weight loss, prevents cancer, lowers cholesterol and good for skin. Baingan bharta is a vegetarian dish prepared by grilling egg plant over direct fire or on charcoal to get a smoky flavour. Then it is mashed and cooked with onions and   Read More ...

Moong dal (green gram) can either be green with their husk on or yellow when husked. Yellow moong dal are yellow in colour, is low in calories, extremely light and easy to digest. It is used for making soups, dal fry or simple dal dish which is taken with roti   Read More ...

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