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6 Indian Food to Reduce Belly Fat

Wedding season is here! And you will all agree with me that there comes a moment when you want to lose stubborn fat around your belly just to wear that favorite sari or lehenga of yours. We keep running from pillar to post to find that one secret food or ingredient that melts our belly fat. We don’t believe in ... Read More »

How To Make Quick Sirke Wali Pyaz At Home

We are sure that you all must have noticed that bowl of pink pearl-like onions lying on the table of any north Indian restaurant. These onions are paired with almost all north Indian dishes, be it tandoori chicken tikka or chhole bhature, and known to double the taste of the dishes. The mere sight of these onions takes me back ... Read More »

How To Make The Perfect Pasta; 7 Expert Tips

It may be an Italian cuisine, but pasta has made its way to our hearts and how. Who wouldn’t love the piping hot pasta topped with molten cheese oozing along with special seasoning? Needless to say, we all love pasta. But, did you know the way pasta is cooked also affects its healthiness? So, if you are a pasta lover, then you ... Read More »

Tea-time snack: How to make Masala Baby Potatoes

Potatoes have to be the most loved vegetable in Indian cuisine. No chaat (snack) party is complete without a lot of potato dishes. The samosas, the kachoris, the pani puris… nothing would be the same if you remove the potato from them. So today I thought of making a snack/chaat with just potatoes. Not a stuffing, but purely as is. ... Read More »

7 simple and easy tips to keep the chicken moist in your recipes

1. The art of cooking Cooking is an art and to be a skilled artisan you need to know the tricks and tips right to fill the canvas called plate with colours in form of flavourful and tender dishes. Today, we are going to share some simple and easy tips to play with chicken correctly so that when you cook ... Read More »

Everything you need to know about Eggs Kejriwal

1. An overview Love me or hate me, but you just can’t ignore me. The lines look so apt for the title ‘Kejriwal’. Isn’t it? Well, don’t think too much, we are not getting into the political blame game here, as we love food more than anything else. 5 years ago the word was not taken seriously in food world ... Read More »

Plum Benefits (Aloobukhara): From Boosting Immunity To Improving Blood Circulation And More!

We have been bestowed with amazingly nutritious and delicious fruits; one of these is plum, which is not just tasteful and healthy, but also comes in a panorama of colours. This succulent fruit belongs to the Rosacea family and genus prunus domestica, which also includes almonds and peaches. Plums come in a wide variety of colours and sizes; while most ... Read More »

Love Kathi Rolls And Frankie? Read On To Know The Difference Between The Two

Aren’t kathi rolls and frankies the best thing to have happened to the grab and go generation of ours? Easy-to-eat, loaded and ever-so-delightful, both of these rolls are the perfect pick for those who are in a rush, or are simply lazy but love their meals to be convenient and of course, yummy! Kathis and frankies have ruled desi hearts, much before ... Read More »

Benefits of Muskmelon: 7 More Reasons To Love The Summer Fruit

The summers are here in all its glory. While most of us cannot wait for the king of fruits mangoes, we have to agree that summer is more than just that. It is the season of several other juicy and delicious fruits that deserve their own share of fame. Take for instance, the love affair of melons and summers. Juicy, fleshy and aromatic, muskmelon is ... Read More »

Watermelons For Weight Loss: 3 Reasons To Load Up On The Summer Fruit

It seems as if summer has arrived early this year. For nothing else can explain the sudden surge in temperatures. But, being the eternal optimists that we are, we chose to embrace all the good that the weather has brought along. For starters, the lovely seasonal fruits! The fruit carts are full of them already. Juicy and fleshy watermelons are ... Read More »