Broken wheat is obtained by milling wheat grains coarsely. As it does not go for refining, this is highly nutritious. We can find different sizes of broken wheat in the store. Large size broken wheat can be cooked and had instead of rice. And the smaller ones can be used for upma, kheer, porridge, etc.
Parathas are important North Indian dish which we can make as plain, stuffed with onion, Cauliflower, Paneer, Cheese, etc. It is wholesome and filling. Stuffing the parathas with cheese, onion, coriander leaves and some spices gives the paratha a wonderful taste which is difficult to resist. This paratha tastes good when we eat them as … [Read more…]
Breakfast is one of the most important meal of the day. Many people tend to skip breakfast in this fast moving world. Skipping breakfast will affect our health in many ways. When we eat breakfast it jump starts your metabolism and helps to burn more calories throughout the day. But when we skip the … [Read more…]
We always have stock of puffed rice at home. We generally eat as it is or make snacks out of it by frying with some spices. But when we went to my son’s friend house, there they gave this upma. My son like it a lot. So I asked his friend’s mother the recipe and … [Read more…]
Do you have lots of cucumber at home? Are you bored of making same old recipes with cucumber? Have you heard of cucumber dosa? Cucumber dosa is North Karnataka recipe. Traditionally, cucumber dosa is made by soaking rice and then grinding with cucumber. There is no need of fermenting to make this dosa. You can … [Read more…]
Ragi or finger millet is a very healthy grain which is mostly used in villages of South India. The people here make different recipes using ragi like ragi balls, ragi porridge, etc. We should include ragi in our diet as it is rich in calcium and it aids in weight loss. This wonder grain is … [Read more…]