Dry fruit and fruit shakes can be consumed in every season. In summers, you can go for a healthy iced shake while in winters you can go for the delicious hot ones. The dry fruits used in making these shakes are rich in iron and help in improving the hemoglobin levels of the blood.
Moreover, these milk shakes are a power house of energy and are perfect for consumption … Continue reading
It is always a delight to see Sachin Tendulkar play cricket on the field. But have you ever wondered what the cricket legend does when he is not playing or doing practice? Well, it is simple, when not playing; Sachin can be spotted at his preferred restaurants galloping his favorite dishes.
Undoubtedly, Sachin is a massive foodie and has a food legacy across the world. Every cuisine from … Continue reading
Anemia is a problem which chiefly affects women, old and young alike. Most doctors would prescribe you supplements for the same, but in the long run they might have some side effects on your body. So we must treat anemia through our diet rather than depending solely on the supplements. Given below are recipes of dry fruit milk shakes rich in iron, which can help you in treating the problem. The first recipe is for a milk shake which has to be served cold while the second one is for a warmer one.
Cold – Papaya Iron Punch, this milk shake chiefly uses papaya, dried figs and dates, which … Continue reading
It is very true that everyone loves to eat food cooked by their mother. Sachin Tendulkar is no exception. However, the veteran batsman doesn’t gets too much time to spend at home and rare are the chances when he gets to eat home-cooked food. Owing to cricket as career, Sachin has travelled across the length and breadth of the country and has also explored nearly all kinds of cuisines, whether it is Thai, Malaysian, Pakistani or any … Continue reading
Sachin Tendulkar’s love for food is no secret. He has time and again announced on national TV how much he loves eating and swears by non-vegetarian food. He loves all kinds of cuisines like Malaysian, Thai, Lebanese, Pakistani, Caribbean; you name it. His culinary journey started along with his cricket career.
Being a cricketer, he has to visit new countries and thus igniting … Continue reading
Any chat is incomplete without the imli and dates chutney to spruce it up. It is among the healthiest ones if the ingredients we consider the ingredients that go into it both the tamarind (imli) and dates are rich in anti-oxidants as well as iron. Apart from the contemporary chats, this chutney can also be used with some rice krispies or can be served as dip with nachos.
Make some chapatis and add a liberal dose of this tangy chutney to it and sprinkle it with some boiled sprouts, chopped cucumbers, zucchini and carrot, … Continue reading
Amchoor dates chutney work as a great substitute for the regular imli chutney which takes much more time and is quite difficult to make. This chutney is also good for health as compared to the imli chutney.
Amchoor or mango powder is made using green raw mangoes, which are cut, dried in under the sun and then pounded into powder form. It is used in making chutneys, stir fries or pickles and … Continue reading
We have learned how to make a chocolate bark, and now we will see how we can cook a delicious pie crust.
Produced from the seeds of the tropical cacao tree, chocolate is probably the most appreciated gift of Mother Nature. Chocolate is known for stimulating the cardio-vascular system; reduce blood pressure and endorphin production, which gives a feeling of pleasure. It is also considered an aphrodisiac due to the pleasure one gets on its consumption. During the festive season, a box of chocolates makes a very traditional gift.
Now, … Continue reading