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Amla or Indian gooseberry is an excellent source of Vitamin C, high in fiber, low in calories. It helps in intestinal and liver disorders. Ginger is an ingredient that has been used in traditional medicines since ages and is extensively used in Indian cooking everyday. Lemon is another good source of Vitamin C and relieves oral dehydration. It is the most widely used citrus fruit all over
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This is one of the simplest recipe from Maharashtra Cuisine made specially on the fasting days. Grated sweet potato is stir-fried with lot of green chillies, roasted peanut powder, grated coconut and coriander leavesĀ  with a simple tempering of cumin seeds. For seasoning we just use salt and little sugar is optional. I did not add it as the sweet potato has natural sugars. This recipe is for
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Sweet potato sheera is a quick sweet packed with the goodness of sweet potato, desi ghee and organic jaggery and flavoured with cardamoms. This is usually made on fasting days. You can use sugar instead and add dry fruits of your choice. If you like a softer consistency you can add some milk while cooking. Ingredients: Sweet potatoes ... 1 large or 2 small Organic jaggery .. 3 tbsps Desi
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Pesarettu is a popular breakfast dish from Andhra Pradesh. It is made with green moong dal batterĀ  and does not require any fermenting. You may add a little rice flour to make thinner and crispier pesarettu. What makes this dosa different from the rest is that it is served with upma filling and not the potato masala. Allam pachadi (ginger chutney) goes well with this. It is a very healthy
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Mooli ka paratha is one of the most popular dish of the Punjabi cuisine. Specially in winter when we have fresh radishes with tender leaves we use the leaves as well in the stuffing. The parathas can be relished with curd and pickle. Making the radish parathas is a bit tricky as the grated radish leaves a lot of water. What you have to do is grate the radish, sprinkle little salt and set
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