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Make These 5 Dals Part of Your Daily Diet

In India, a bowl of dal is part of all meals. Pulses and dals are widely used to prepare different types of dishes. Often, a spoonful of ghee, cracked cumin, or asafoetida is added to steaming hot dal to enhance its flavour. Dishes prepared using dal include dal makhani in…

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5 Reasons why you should include millet in your daily diet

Over the years, people all over the world have started including millets in their daily diet as they have realized that the staples of rice and wheat can adversely affect their health and have turned to millets that their ancestors used to eat and enjoy good health. Today, you can…

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The History of Millet

Millets, a group of small-seeded grasses, are grown in many countries around the world. They are cereal grains and are widely used by humans as food. They are also used as fodder. The cultivation of these grains in the Korean Peninsula can be traced back to 3,500 to 2,000 BC,…

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Vazhaipoo (Banana flower) Vadai

Delicious Southindian Snack Vazhaipoo (Banana Flower) Vadai by Sarala's Simple Kitchen

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Benefits of Shopping Grocery Online - GoodOFood perspective

Online shopping?

Something many say is the future of shopping. It is not confined to specific industries like electronics but also includes groceries, fresh fruits, vegetables and meat......

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Popular Paneer

By Geetha Upadhyaya The word paneer is of Persian origin and is indigenous to north-western part of South Asia, and was introduced in India by Afghan and Iranian travellers.Rg Vedic Indian, Afghan-Iranian and Portuguese-Bengali origins have been proposed for this fresh cheese Paneer rich in protein, fat and calcium content is used in…

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Awesome Aubergines

By Geetha Upadhyaya Known as the Aubergine in UK, the Eggplant in North America, Australia and New Zealand and the Brinjal in South Asia and South Africa (Botanical name : Solanum melongena) this species of nightshade which originally grew as the thorn or bitter apple later was cultivated into its perennial present…

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Kathirikkai Gosthu

BySarala's Simple Kitchen Ingredients: 1. Onion - 1 medium sized finely chopped 2. Green chillies- 2 finely chopped ( add more to suit your taste buds) 3. Ginger - 1/2 inch finely chopped 4. Curry leaves- few 5. Medium sized aubergine Finely chopped 6. Green gram dhal (Pasiparuppu/moong dhal)-4 tbsp soaked in water for 5 minutes 7. Grated…

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Robust Ragi

By Geetha Upadhyaya Ragi or finger millet (Botanical name: Eleusine coracana) is an annual the herbaceous plant is widely grown as a cereal crop in the arid and semi-arid areas in Africa and Asia and native to the Ethiopian and Ugandan highlands.     Ragi came to Karnataka, India around 2000 BCE as evidenced…

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Paneer Capsicum Sabzi

By  Sarala Ravindran  from Sarala's Kitchen  List of Ingredients:Paneer (farmer's cheese/curd cheese) 200gm, (if it's purchased from a store then soak in warm water for 10 minutes to soften)Capsicum - 2 medium sized (Add to Cart)   Onion - 3 medium sized (2 finely chopped and 1 chopped in quarters and peel…

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