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How To Make Healthy & Delicious Hara Bhara Kabab

Hara Bhara Kabab is a famous north Indian snack which tastes great and is healthy too. Kebab recipe has always been my favorite starter recipe and especially hara bhara kabab recipe as it is filled with vegetables. Whenever we plan for outdoor dining, kebab is always on the order menu. I think its a great snack which is very nutritious and full of healthy veggies.Read more

Food, Travel

Best dishes you must eat in Bangalore

When you are in Bangalore, you can find a lot of hotels which will serve delicious delicacies like continental, Chinese, Thai and what not. But, when you are in Bangalore, it is obvious for you to have a taste of traditional and authentic dishes. Bangalorean cuisine is one of the finest and delicious cuisine which will leave your mouth full of favors. here is a list of top tasty food items which you must try when you are in Bangalore. Each one is best and amazingly filled with favor.Read more

Food

Methi Paratha Recipe with Yummy Yummy Chutneys

I love fresh Methi or Fenugreek leaves.  Methi Paratha is an absolute favorite breakfast during winters at my home.  I mean come on do we Indian need be told about bow to make ‘parathas’, we’ve been making (or having) one or the other variety of Parathas for breakfast each day. Moreover after i learned the health benefits of methi leaves from my father, my fridge has a dedicated section for it. Basically it helps to control diabetes, cholesterol level, improves heart health and cures constipation and join pain.

Methi  paratha can be made easily. Bunches of fresh methi are very sandy and must be washed thoroughly under water before using them. Once cleaned – cut off the roots, separate the leaves and discard the stems. Combine coarsely chop methi leaves, with flours, spices and knead it into a soft pliable dough.

Step by Step Preparation
Ingredients
1) Methi Leaves
2) Aata
3) Besan
4) Ajwain
5) Lal Mirch
6) Salt
7) Butter

How to make it
Mix All Ingredients together. Slowly add water and start working on the dough. Do not pour all the water at once. You may need more or less water depending on how thick or liquidy your curd was. Once the dough starts to bind together add water very slowly. Finish the dough up by adding 1 tablespoon of oil and form it into a smooth round ball.

Dough is ready. Let’s begin rolling our parathas. Make golf size balls out of the kneaded dough. Roll them in dry wheat flour. Lay it flat on a platform. Before we start shaping the ball, heat a tawa or griddle over medium heat. Use a rolling pin to roll the dough out into a larger circle.

Transfer rolled out paratha onto the heated griddle. Cook from one side and flip. Apply butter and using a spatula cook from that side. Flip and apply oil on the uncooked side, spread it over the paratha, press and cook until brown and fully cooked. Transfer it onto a plate and repeat the process with the remaining dough. Serve them hot with coriander chutney and Garlic chutney..

Tips
1) Firstly, to make soft paratha also add 3 tbsp of besan while preparing dough.
2)Methi paratha stays fresh for longer time when kneaded only with curd and not water.
3)Additionally add finely chopped onions and green chili, to make it more flavorful.
4)Finally, methi paratha is very healthy and good for digestion.

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Parenting

10 FUN ACTIVITIES AND GAMES FOR CELEBRATING CHILDREN’S DAY AT HOME AND SCHOOL.


14 TH November is approaching and its time to gear up to celebrate Children’s day. I truly believe that each and every day is to be celebrated with our little sun shines, but dedicating a day exclusively for them is wonderful and it was a day that even we used to look forward to, during our childhood days. Lets take a trip down the memory lane and enjoy the fun filled day with our little munchkins.Read more

Travel

ONCE IN A LIFETIME….GOA

You are dead tired and need a break from your chaotic and super busy schedule, but are reluctant that holidays are expensive and you need to save for so many things. Let me break this myth there is one Indian holiday destination that is suited for all the pockets and what more it, relaxes you like nothing else.Read more

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