If something we can’t live without in our life is, that is salt. Salt is an intense part of our life and without salt it is not at all possible for us to survive. Salt adds drama to our lives and taste to our food. Without salt, anything and every cooked vegetable, non vegetable items are tasteless.
Khichdi’s have great significance on Indians. It is believed that khichdi was introduced in India by Afghanistan business travelers, with lots of variety in it. History says it was one of the most favorite dishes among British. They use to take it as breakfast. It is good for health and easy to digest.
Summer in India is sweaty affair, especially in north india because it is very hottest part of india. So it is very important to take proper diet in summer to beat the diseases like dehydration, diarrhea, vomiting etc. Water may become your best friend to fight with dehydration but it is not enough because our body requires a special diet to keep our system cool.
Every summer temperature creates new records and Scorching heat, sweating and dehydration are some of the common worries in summer. Enjoy this summer with non-alcoholic drinks which can be easily made at home in minutes. So beat the heat with these cool drinks with your family and kids.
Most of us suffer from stress, insomnia, which is lack of sleep. There are some foods in the world which help you to sleep better.
In the morning, when we wake up, we instantaneously want to gobble up that comes to our eyes. But their are some foods that should be avoided in the morning and also, the foods will satiate our hunger will also create problems.
Eastern part of India is highly dependent on rice as their staple food. People are habituated with eating rice one of twice in a day. Lunch and dinner are mostly rice oriented along with other dishes.
Nutella is lifeline of many people, for the chocolate lovers and for anyone who is die heart fan of Nutella. Few of the most yummilicious recipes from Nutella are given below. For few it is a commercial brand made up of hazel nut and chocolate but for some it is actually from heaven.
I am not a noodle freak, but when you are in hostel, maggi is a saviour and those mid night study breaks, making butterwali maggi and a coffee is truly a gastronomic delight.
Holi food tradition is ages ago,as the colours and food both are essential condiments of this festival.Some of the traditional and ethnic foods are sweet spiced milk, mawa filled dumplings called gujiya,dahi bhalle, tikki, bhaang ke pakore and many more.