Let’s make the most of the thriving frosty season, shall we? There is no better way than to relish some hot savoury snacks which, by the way, are also very nutritious. We’ve sifted through zillion snack recipes for the cold weather and finally curated a list of winter snacks which ticks boxes of everything from taste to nutrition to ease of making. Read on to find what you can nibble on this season.
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There’s more to your food than you know. For one, do you know you can have a contained fireball show in the microwave if you put grapes inside it? Or, that the common potatoes you see everywhere can absorb and reflect Wi-fi signals? The ordinary food you see around is not so ordinary after all. Keep sliding to know it all and make an impression in your circle with these cool deets.
After spending a whole week in the hustle and bustle, one needs to unwind and unplug oneself. There are several ways to find an escape from a monotonous life. For bibliophiles, the best escape is an amazing book. And if you get a scrumptious meal with a fascinating book then life is bliss I must say. Reading your favourite book while munching some delectable and savoury snacks is an ideal way for some people who [...]Read More
Christmas is upon us and you’ve not zeroed in on the Christmas dishes yet? Don’t worry, we’re here with the easy-to-make foolproof dishes which will take care of everything. Special events demand special dishes. So, better start stocking up those exotic ingredients, fresh green veggies, and lastly lots and lots of cheese to have the best dishes on Xmas. We’ve selected a few ones which are simple to cook and won’t take much of your [...]Read More
Trans fat may help to make your food scrumptious and help to preserve packaged food for a long time, but it does have some serious flaws. Do you know how dangerous trans fats are for your health? Trans fats are one of the worst enemies of your body and increase the risk of obesity, cancer, and inflammation. They raise the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood and lower the good cholesterol levels. Regular consumption [...]Read More
We all are aware that proteins are one of the stepping stones towards a good health. They promote satiety, muscle gain and also weight loss. Nearly 17% of our body’s weight is made up of proteins. Also, protein is the major constituent of nails, hair, muscles and internal organs. People, who want to lose weight or gain muscles, try to consume a high amount of proteins. But the problem arises for vegetarians as they think [...]Read More
Most of us don’t like the idea of winter vegetables making way to our diets, and even to our homes. Mainly and simply because they don’t taste all that good. For that, I (and your moms) have only one thing to counter that – that they are nutritious and cause loads of good to your body and overall health. But, like many, ‘nutrition trumps taste’ may not be your credo. However, there are ways to get [...]Read More
Sikhism has been carried forward through Sakhis (real life stories about the life and times of the Sikh Gurus, which imbibe values considered core to Sikhism) and one of the first Sakhis is about the concept of the Langar. It is said that in the late 1480’s, Guru Nanak Dev Ji was given Rs 20/-( a princely amount in those times) to go and strike a good bargain and make a profit. Guru Sahib left [...]Read More
On a busy day at the office or at home we usually gorge on burgers, fries and cold drinks. We often eat several things and make weird combinations. But we don’t realise how harmful these combinations can be for our health. Sometimes they make us feel heavy and lethargic. Common food combinations such as bread jam, a glass of orange juice with oats are not as good as they taste. They create toxicity in the [...]Read More
Diwali, the ancient Indian festival, has been celebrated for ages in various parts of the country with great enthusiasm and fun. With many religious significances associated with the festival, there are various ways of celebrating this festival too in different regions of India. In most parts of India, Diwali is celebrated for five days. • First Day, Dhanteras: Worshipping of Lord Yama and buying of metal objects • Second Day, Choti Diwali, Roop Chaturdashi, [...]Read More