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  Oats are not much of a favorite among children and adults alike. Whenever we think of oats, it is the same old recipe which comes to our mind – milk/water-boiled oats with added sugar or salt. Considering this mindset of the people, a bunch of companies like Saffola, Quaker, etc. gave a new twist to the oats and added different flavors to help oats regain its lost popularity. But apart from these ready-to-eat flavored [...]

July 8, 2018
Breakfast Recipes

There is a prevalent saying-  “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a common man and dinner like a beggar”. This saying appears extremely appropriate  as in the morning after a long sleep, one need to start the day with something nutritious and healthy. Breakfast serves as the fuel for the day, so one should kick-start the day by having a scrumptious and energy-packed breakfast. However, morning is also the time when we have to [...]

Quick Egg Breakfast Recipes

Versatile, affordable, and protein-filled eggs are just perfect to kick-off your day. Eggs are a part of everyone’s breakfast repertoire served in different styles on their breakfast table. From hard-boiled eggs to omelets to even yummy tasty delicacies, eggs have become an important staple food in everyone’s diet today. Packed with nutrients and proteins, eggs are one of the best superfoods found in nature. Check Indian Superfoods. Here are some quick breakfast recipes made simply [...]

Mouth watering Breakfast Meals

 It is often said that a good start can make your day even more fruitful. And, for the true Delhiwallas, a scrumptious breakfast is what kickstarts the beginning of the day! No matter how much we love having those mouth-watering paranthas or scrambled eggs, we all have, at some point of time, missed our breakfast only to avoid the hassle of cooking. Delhites are big time foodies but they are equally lazy at the same [...]

October 29, 2014
Piyush - Key Ingredients

Curd or dahi is used all over India in different preparations. It is considered good for your stomach as it cools down the digestive system and gives a much needed respite from the Indian curries and spice rich dishes. If we look at north, we find curd drinks like lassi in sweet and salt form, in the south we see curd rice and. Raita is common throughout the country while plain and flavoured yogurts are [...]

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October 14, 2014
Gujarati Khakra - Key Ingredients

It is breakfast time, and while I was with some Gujarati friends, thought of making something special for them as well. What better than a Gujarati Khakra for breakfast? These hand-made crackers are made thin and crunchy by roasting over a tava. They can be served with dahi or achaar for a perfect taste, and I’m so much looking forward to have them today. Another great thing about Khakra’s is that you can store them [...]

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September 30, 2014
Mava Kachori - Key Ingredients

When it comes to Indian breakfast, the choices are aplenty, but to celebrate in a nice way requires something special. Kachori has been one of these special dishes. You might have tried different ones from the market mostly filled with aaloo or pyaaz, what if we fill something special in these kachoris too? That’s why I made these Mava Kachori. Coming straight from Rajasthan, these are absolutely perfect for your special breakfast and do wonders to [...]

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September 16, 2014
Chana Usli - Key Ingredients

As a food lover, I always look out for recipes for a healthy and filling breakfast. One such recipe I came across and I’m sharing with you is Chana Usli. This dish comes to you from the State of Karnataka, and would suit the palate of all Indians. It can be made quickly and is low in bad calories, while it tastes really good. I garnished it with ground coconut and some dhania leaves for a nice [...]

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September 7, 2014
Bisi Bele Bhaat

Bisi Bele Bhaat is a common dish made extensively in the State of Karnataka served either as the breakfast or any of the main meals. This dish made primarily with rice, dal and mixed vegetables is sold in all the small and big restaurants, it is also a great dish to be packed for school or office lunch. It gives a mixed bag of nutrition and carbohydrates. When you make it at home, you can select, add [...]

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August 29, 2014
Falafel - Key Ingredients

There are lot of commonalities between the Indian cuisine and the Middle Eastern cuisine. Both have a tradition of using herbs and spices and the dishes made in either of the region can be relished by the other. Falafel is one such dish made in the Middle East region which would go well for the Indian palate. Falafel is made with chick peas or chole along with herbs like coriander and parsley and spices like [...]

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