Snacking is an effective way to stave off hunger and lose weight. Just have to make sure that we munch on something which is both nourishing and satisfying. Here’s one easy and tasty snack which you can enjoy anytime of the day. This is one Cerealously awesome snack which is pretty addicting, so be . . . → Read More: Cornflakes Mixture – Healthy Version
Quinoa pronounced as Keen-wa /Kin-wa is grain like seed which is packed with nutrition. I’ve been trying to incorporate this in our Indian cooking and found Idlis are the best way to introduce this new grain. Its quite mild when made this way and doesn’t interfere much with the taste. You can gradually adjust . . . → Read More: Quinoa Idli and Dosai
Simple healthy breakfast with loads of colourful vegetables. Regular oats with milk can be very boring sometimes, that too when you are in a big crave for spicy start. This version of oats upma could be one good recipe for those days, little lengthy procedure but is a one pot complete meal. Very . . . → Read More: Vegetable Oats Upma
A spicy vegetable samba rava upma, very healthy suitable for evening snack, goes well with ketchup or yogurt. you can also try this with white rava. . . . → Read More: Samba rava upma
Dosai with Bottle gourd ?? sounds crazy isn't it? Well, its rich in fibre, low in saturated fat and cholesterol! these are the 3 things which pave way to good health and weight loss. Then, why not include in all possible ways. Though we normally use this in curries and gravies… including in dosai was pretty daunting to me. But my aunt from whom I learned this recipe guaranteed good results and it did.
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Ragi is also known as millet, nachni, sollu, or sattemavu which is full of proteins and helps in digesting as it has high content of calcium and some rare nutrients such as methionine . Raagi Flour also known as kurakkan flour is used to make rotis, dosa, porridge and other food products. . . . → Read More: Ragi Adai
Ragi (finger millet) a excellent source of proteins, good for diabetic peoples..pediatricians recommend ragi food for infants of six months and over because of its high nutritional content, especially calcium.Finger millet can be ground and cooked into cakes, puddings or porridge..My mom used to prepare them as idlies n they tastes awesome, i never tried them here..tried sterday for dinner n its turns soo good..wish to share with u all..here we go..
Finger millet Idli/Kezhvaragu Idli
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Pearl millet flour is nothing but kambu maavu, one of the variety of grains very much near to finger millet..thought of buying ragi flour, but i didnt checked, came back home n thought of preparing ragi dosais, i saw the name only while mixing them with urad dal batter…really was surprised n dunno wat to do.. . . . → Read More: Pearl Millet flour Dosai(Kambu dosai)
This delicious and damn healthy adai is my mother’s recipe. She make this in 2 varieties. The one below is the kaaram version and the other a sweet version ( will upload it a lil later)
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Greengrams r full of proteins, if they r sprouted no doubt they will be very healthy..tried it out as idlies with sprouted moongdal, just to give a change to our usual idlies..healthy, steamed, soft Idlies.. real dinner r breakfast with plenty of proteins..just start sprouting green gram three days before,for sprouting just follow the way Mullai did…http://www.spiceindiaonline.com/sprouting
Paasiparuppu Idli/Sprouted greengram Idli/Pachaipayiru Idli
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