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passtimechef On Oct 15, 2018, 10:33 am
Type: Others
Narali Bhaat - Sweet Coconut Pudding

Narali Bhaat – Sweet Coconut Pudding

INTRODUCING THE NARALI BHAAT – SWEET COCONUT PUDDING Bhaat always makes for a great lunch and dinner option that is loved by people all over India. One such bhaat recipe is Narali Bhaat. Made with ingredients such as basamati rice, cloves, grated coconut, sugar, saffron, cinnamon and green cardamom, this is an easy-to-make recipe. Serve this Maharashtrian recipe with any curry of your choice and give yourself an epic feast. This tempting recipe will be a great dish to be prepared on special occasions like festivals, kitty parties and buffets, also this healthy recipe is so versatile that it will be perfect to be served at a potluck party to large gatherings. Feel free to add some nuts in the dish to add on to the flavours of thi...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,693.50 Cal Protein 23.17 g
Lipid 72.53 g Carbohydrate 239.97 g
Fiber 14.73 g Sugar 11.04 g

deepkris On Oct 14, 2018, 2:06 pm
Type: Others
Sweet Rice Flakes - Aval

Sweet Rice Flakes – Aval

INTRODUCING THE SWEET RICE FLAKES (AVAL) Rice flakes are commonly known as Chura. This is flattened into a flat, light, dry flakes originating from the Indian subcontinent. These flakes of rice swell when added to liquid, whether hot or cold, as they absorb water, milk or any other liquids. This dish is known as aval. Aval is basically referred to sweetened rice flakes. This dish is very famous down South. Many south Indian states prepare this sweet as a snack or breakfast. Rice flakes are known by different names in different parts of India. However, it is also important to know that the rice flakes are low on carbs and are high on complex carbohydrates. Also, the rice flakes are free from gluten which makes it rather healthy. ...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,240.55 Cal Protein 11.35 g
Lipid 27.29 g Carbohydrate 242.68 g
Fiber 5.40 g Sugar 129.61 g

passtimechef On Oct 14, 2018, 11:21 am
Type: Others
Yeriappa - Sweet Appam

Yeriappa – Sweet Appam

INTRODUCING THE YERIAPPA – SWEET APPAM Yeriappa is the authentic South Indian name for a dish that resembles a Sweet Appam. This dish is an original dessert from the regions of Tamil Nadu. The yeriappa is not a very famous dessert but holds a great significance for many festive celebrations. This dessert is very simple to prepare and has a great flavour combination of rice and jaggery. Jaggery is a kind of molasses that is a healthier alternative of sugar. The yeriappa is a dessert that has strong textures and excellent complimentary flavour combinations. The combination of crisp yeriappa with the sweetness from the jaggery is definitely a match made in heaven. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE YERIAPPA – SWEET APPAM WITH NAVRATRI Navratri...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 3,654.02 Cal Protein 22.94 g
Lipid 284.91 g Carbohydrate 260.91 g
Fiber 14.54 g Sugar 32.47 g

namrathareddy49-fb On Oct 3, 2018, 1:37 pm
Type: Vegetables
Keto Tomato Feta Soup

Keto Tomato Feta Soup

WHAT IS KETO DIET? Ketogenic diets focus on enhancing the process of Ketosis. Ketosis is a natural process wherein the body pledges to help you survive when the food intake is low. During the ketosis process, your body produces ketones which are come from the breakdown of liver fats. The purpose of this diet is to induce the body into the ketosis metabolic state. The main aim here is not to do this through the starvation of calories but instead aim to do this through the starvation of carbs. Which means that the ketogenic diet is carbs-free or very low on carbs. The lower the composition of carbs in your keto diet, the quicker your body produces ketones. In other/simple words, the ketogenic diet is also known as the keto diet. I...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 151.84 Cal Protein 3.24 g
Lipid 9.39 g Carbohydrate 15.19 g
Fiber 1.13 g Sugar 11.90 g

moderator On Sep 26, 2018, 2:28 pm
Type: Others
Chintapandu Pulihora - Tamarind Rice

Chintapandu Pulihora – Tamarind Rice

INTRODUCING THE CHINTAPANDU PULIHORA The chintapandu pulihora is a literal translation of Tamarind rice. This dish (the chintapandu pulihora) is a rice base dish that originated from the regions of Andhra Pradesh in India. This tamarind dish is the authentic recipe from the state of origin. This dish was prepared initially as a prasad (a sacred offering). Since this dish does not contain garlic or onion, it makes a perfect prasad. Prasad is a food that is offered to the god in the belief that they relish it and bless us in return! The chintapandu pulihora is one such delicious and well-balanced dish of India. MORE ABOUT THIS RECIPE OF THE CHINTAPANDU PULIHORA There are many aspects that could go wrong in this dish! To avoid ...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 874.44 Cal Protein 15.93 g
Lipid 16.64 g Carbohydrate 167.00 g
Fiber 4.77 g Sugar 22.92 g