Methi subzi or bhaji recipe or how to make methi subzi recipe

Methi or fenugreek leaves contains protein, fibre, vitamin C, niacin, potassium and iron. Methi has been found to lower cholesterol and triglycerides and it also helps increase good cholesterol levels in the body. So do try to include methi in your regular diet. Methi Bhaji prepared with fresh green methi leaves is a very simple, easy and healthy recipe prepared with fenugreek leaves, onions, tomatoes and mild spices. With minimum use of spices it helps bring out the flavor of fenugreek. Methi subzi is slightly dry making it ideal to be served as side dish for rotis, chapatis or steamed rice. Other delicious recipes using fenugreek include Methi Rice and Methi Matar Malai Curry. While fresh methi is a good choice for using in these dishes, you can also go for dried methi, known as kasuri methi, to make these delicious fenugreek recipes.

Chana masala recipe (how to make chana masala recipe)

Chana masala also known as chole masala is a popular Punjabi dish in Indian cuisine. It is popular mainly in the Punjab region of northern-India, and also in the regions of Gujarat. In Gujarat and Rajasthani areas, it is cooked dry with tangy spices. This recipe of chana masala is cooked in South Indian style using coconut as the main ingredient and whole spices. You will get a unique and sweet flavor of coconut and not sour or tangy. It goes well with rotis, puris or rice and tastes hot and spicy.

Vegetable rice or how to make mixed vegetable rice recipe

Mixed vegetable rice is a simple yet delicious rice dish. It is a combination of vegetables and rice and a comforting one pot meal. Mixed vegetable rice is a easy lunch recipe with mixed vegetables and tastes best when served with any gravy dish or raita or papads or chips or plain kadhi. It is a perfect rice dish when you want to make quick and hot meal. Mixed vegetable rice is a healthy recipe too as it is loaded with lots of vegetables and a full meal by itself. So try this healthy recipe and enjoy..

Top healthy foods to be included in your daily diet during winter

With winter slowly setting in, our body also experiences changes in energy levels, metabolism and even food preferences. Winterizing your diet can be healthy and tasty, if you add a few favorite cold-weather foods in your diet. Here are a few foods that you need to include in your diet this winter…

Misal pav recipe – Maharashtrian style

Misal pav is a tradional and popular Maharashtrian dish. It consists of spicy curry made from sprouted moth beans (matki) called as ussal. There are other variations of ussal like chana ussal, green peas ussal , val ussal and chawli ussal. This dish is finally topped with farsan or sev (Indian noodles), onions, chopped coriander leaves and lemon juice. Misal is served with pav or Indian bread. There are different versions of Misal pav such as Kolhapuri misal, Puneri misal and Nagpuri misal. Also there are various types of misal like sev misal and dahi (yoghurt) misal. Misal pav can be had as a breakfast dish or simply enjoyed as a snack. It is a delicious dish and makes up for a wholesome meal.

Anti ageing tips to stay young

For a woman, a healthy, glowing and younger skin is of paramount importance. Everyone wants to stay young and trim, but one cannot prevent oneself from getting old. But we can always delay the process of ageing in a natural way by making small changes in our lifestyle. The best anti ageing secrets are simple

Basundi recipe

Basundi is a popular Indian dessert in the States of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka and it is made from milk, sugar and nuts. It is a sweetened dense milk prepared by boiling milk on low heat till it is reduced to half. Once the milk is reduced, sugar and nuts are added to it. Cooking the basundi after sugar is added gives a nice light pink colour to it. Basundi is best served warm or chilled garnished with almonds and pistachios. Here I have prepared basundi without nuts which also tastes divine. Keep stirring the milk continuously and scraping the sides of the vessel as this makes the basundi thick and gives a creamy texture to it. Basundi is ideal for occasions like Diwali or Navratri or any special occasions.

Brown rice kheer (payasam) with jaggery recipe

Brown rice kheer or payasam is a very healthy kheer or payasam made with brown rice and jaggery and garnished with cashewnuts and raisins. Brown rice is very rich in fibre and jaggery is full of iron. This kheer is absolutely delicious when served chilled and very easy and quick to make too. Brown rice gives a nice rich light brown colour to the kheer. Do try this brown rice kheer for a change and enjoy..

Sprouted green gram (moong) pakora recipe

Sprouted moong pakoras is a quick and easy snack or pakora recipe made with sprouted green moong. It is a healthy, crunchy and delicious teatime snack which is best enjoyed with green chutney or tomato sauce. Sprouted moong is very rich in proteins, fibre and other nutrients. Adding curry leaves and ginger gives a nice aroma and taste to the pakoras, You can either the sprout the green moong at home or it is readily available in small packets in the super markets. You can use these for making instant and healthy pakoras when you have unexpected guests at home or simply enjoy them with your family as a teatime snack.

Brinjal sambar recipe – Quick and easy sambar recipe

Brinjal sambar is a quick, easy and delicious South Indian sambar recipe made with brinjals, tamarind, sambar powder, toor dal and mild seasonings added to it. It goes well with steamed rice. You can use small brinjals for this recipe. Here I have used ready sambar powder which is easily available in the market. Brinjal sambar is also called as kathirikai sambar in Tamil Nadu and this is a quick recipe for making sambar.