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Broccoli is also called a superfood as it contains a wealth of nutrients and antioxidants. Broccoli can be eaten raw or cooked. Broccoli is high in many nutrients, fiber, protein, Vitamins C,K, iron and potassium. This recipe is very easy to prepare and quite delicious too. INGREDIENTS Broccoli florets finely   Read More ...

Bell peppers are available in yellow, orange, red, purple, green. They are bell shaped , plump and are also known as capsicum, basically less pungent and sweet than other peppers. For their attractiveness and colour these vegetables are used all over the world. They are rich in antioxidants and have   Read More ...

Chicken breast is a very good source of selenium, phosphorus, calcium, vitamin B6 and niacin. It helps to keep the bones healthy. Chicken is high in protein content, rich in vitamins and minerals, aids in weight loss, controls blood pressure, has anticancer properties, reduces cholesterol and treats common cold. This   Read More ...

Pomfret is very popular in India and south east asia. There is white pomfret and black pomfret. It doesn’t taste fishy, it has white fleshy meat and has central and side bones. Its a good source of Vitamin A, D, B ,B12 ,iodine, good for eyesight, hair, skin and nervous   Read More ...

Categories: non veg, side dish - dry

This crispy bhindi fry is very easy to prepare. Few ingredients are needed and a delicious dish is ready in a short time. The okras are sliced thinly, coated wih masalas and slowly stir fried wih garlic and onions. It goes well as an accompaniment with rice or roti. Okra   Read More ...

Categories: side dish - dry, veg

Tandoori chicken is cooked in a cylindrical clay tandoor. Chicken is coated in yogurt and tandoor spices, kept in skewers and cooked at high temperatures in charcoal to give a smoky flavour. In this recipe I marinate the chicken in tandoor spices and cook on a stove. To give a   Read More ...

Raw bananas are widely cultivated in southern india and are used in Indian cuisines. They are rich in fiber and vitamins. Sugar content is low, so good for diabetic people. Helps in lowering blood pressure, prevents stomach and heart problems. This simple recipe I learnt from a dear friend of   Read More ...

Categories: side dish - dry, veg

Meen varuthathu – kerala fish fry, this is a very simple recipe and a delicious appetizer or starter for house parties. Coated the fish pieces with few spices and shallow fried in coconut oil with curry leaves. The fish I have used is neimeen/ vanjaram/ king mackerel for shallow frying.   Read More ...

Raw banana plantains/ vazhakkai bhajji is a south Indian delicacy, this bhajjis are deep fried, spicy, crispy and tasty. In north bhajjis are referred as pakoras or bhajjiyas but you won’t find raw banana fritters in north India. Raw bananas are rich in fibre, comprises of essential minerals and vitamins,   Read More ...

Vanjaram or indo-pacific king mackerel or commonly known as Seer fish is one of the most expensive fish and it is a delicacy in central and south India. In Tamilnadu seer fish is called ‘Vanjaram’ and in Kerala it is called ‘Neymeen’. In some places it is also known as’ king   Read More ...

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