Who doesn’t like a fresh breeze of freedom caress their face? Or maybe that freedom to just be what you are? No makeup. Nothing artificial. Nothing superficial. The country is still celebrating the freedom & colours of pure love. And standing by this virtue of the celebration, let’s join the parade of colours with the splash of freedom it brings in to our life. Yes! We all are one, we
On the Friendship’s Day evening, my sister & me planned to explore some food joint at the R-Galleria, between Mulund & Nahur, which is one of the best buzzing areas in the central Mumbai. We decided to try Chaayos, a small cafe having multiple outlets throughout Mumbai and is quite famous for it’s quick bites. A decent place, but what we liked the most was the concept of getting a
Ingredients: Orange & Coconut Hydration is one of the most common concerns in summer. Remaining hydrated all day long is the key to optimal bodily function. Being well hydrated ensures that you are energized and active throughout the day. Coconut water is undoubtedly the best hydrating drink (after water) and Orange, one of the healthiest beverages as it offers a wide range of health benefits. Try combining both these superpowers
Ingredients: Oats, Semolina, Salt, Pepper, Green Chilly, Mixed Herbs, Yogurt, Water, Oil, Urad dal, Curry leaves. Quick Oatcake i.e. Oats Pancake traditionally named Oats Uttapam is an example of a quick healthy meal, that can be yummy too. For batter quickly roast some oats and transfer it in a bowl, add equal amount of semolina (suji/rava), you may add few spoonful of flours like rice flour, gram flour (besan), ragi
Ingredients: Pomegranate, Pineapple, Ginger, Lemon. Take pomegranate seeds in a blender jar adding required water, pulse it for a couple of times (until the outer layer of seeds break). Please don’t blend, just pulse (start & stop quickly), as if the seeds break completely the juice will turn bitter. Strain and keep aside. Again add in the blender pineapple, little ginger & lemon juice as per your taste preferences. Blend
Quite a few times you have a stack of leftover chapatis and wonder how you can make these chapatis more interesting for your next meal. Here are some quick and delightful recipe ideas, easy-to-make and pleasing to the palate. Healthy and power-packed but we recommend to please serve/eat hot so you enjoy the crunchy bites to the fullest.
Ingredients: Sprouts, finely chopped Veggies (Tomato, Onion, Green Capsicum & Boiled Potato), Coriander & Mint Chutney, Red Chilly Sauce, Corn flakes, Salt, Pepper, Chaat Masala, Lemon & Coriander. Monsoon time is the time for those food cravings and the guilt trip that follows. Junk delights are great, but not for health. Here is an easy to make, guilt free monsoon chaat that you can try with combinations of your choice
Ingredients: Oats, Almonds, Walnuts, Skimmed Milk & Honey. Quick & deliciously satisfying way to start your day. Just blend in a heaped spoonful of Oats & a handful of nuts together, then pour in some skimmed milk with a touch of honey ( i am not a sweet tooth person… so i add very little, you may add some more as per your taste). That’s it! Best Served Cold. Ingest