There is a saying that the heart of a culture resides in its food, and nowhere is this truer than in the vibrant land of Gujarat, India. From its colorful festivals to its warm hospitality, Gujarat’s essence comes alive in every dish served. One such dish that captures the essence of Gujarati cuisine is the … [Read more…]
Samba Rava is also known as wheat rava or gothumai ravai. Wheat rava idli is a nutritious and healthy South Indian breakfast dish that is easy to make and tastes delicious. Made with wheat semolina (wheat rava), curd, and a few other ingredients, this idli is a great alternative to the traditional rice based idli.
Millets are good for our health. There are different types of millets like foxtail millet, barnyard millet, finger millet pearl millet, etc. These are very high in nutritional content. They are rich in proteins, minerals, and vitamins. Millets are three to five times nutritionally better than rice and wheat. Millets are rich in B vitamins, calcium, iron, … [Read more…]
Most of us does not like radish due to its pungent smell and taste. But it has numerous health benefits. Radishes are low in calories and provide a range of nutrients and antioxidants. Radish is a rich source of Vitamin C. As radish is rich in fiber it aids in bowel movement that alleviates constipation … [Read more…]
Have you started making vadams at home? Here is one interesting and healthy vadam that you can try at home. Bajra flour is an excellent source of iron, protein, folic acid and fibre that keeps complex ailments like anemia, constipation,obesity in check and flushes out all toxins from our body. It is also gluten free … [Read more…]
Jowar is one of the health grains in the world. We can use jowar flour to make rotis, idlies, dosas and upma. It is highly nutritious. Jowar is rich in nutrients such as calcium, fibre, iron, phosphorus, thiamin and protein. The fibre content in jowar helps to reduce hunger pangs and thus helps in weight loss. … [Read more…]