For centuries, rice has been a staple food in many regions in India and in countries like China, Japan and across South East Asia. We all know how versatile RICE is. Combine it with curries, lentils, vegetables, meats, any other masalas, spices or grains and one immediately has a dish ready to be savored, relished and thoroughly enjoyed.Needless to say that the grain is packed with many health benefits. It has ability to provide fast and instant energy, regulate and improve bowel movements, stabilize blood levels and slow down aging process.So lets have a look at some delectable rice recipes, which shall send our taste buds into a tizzy.
If you feel like having some fancy food and want to give your wallet a rest, then why go to a restaurant when you can easily make it at home yourself. The amazing chefs of London Cafe, in Noida, have shared the recipes of their most delicious dishes, which are super easy to make at home.So get your ingredients, put on your apron and start cooking like a masterchef.
Photography by Roy Beeson Designer of ultra-popular handbags Clare Vivier loves to entertain in her Craftsman house in Echo Park, Los Angeles. Vivier lives there with her husband, Thierry, their 12-year-old son, Oscar, and their dog, Paco. In true L.A. fashion, they utilize their outdoor/indoor space and have both a formal dining room and a dining space on the back patio (where they eat more often). Here, three recipes Vivier will be making this Thanksgiving for her family. ...
Designer Lela Rose, who is known for her feminine party dresses, is no stranger to entertaining. Here are her top 3 recipes for Thanksgiving, including baked oysters, steamed turkey, and her mother’s own Upside-Down Pear Gingerbread Cake.
Spices not only carry with them a long list of health benefits, they’re one of the best ways to add flavor to a dish without piling on the calories. Yes, Indian food is delicious, but it's also rich in spices and in lean protein (namely chicken)—which makes it a viable option for a healthy night out. Since some dishes can be deceptively unhealthy—even the veggie ones!—we've created this cheat sheet for the next time you opt for Indian food.
The searing heat shouldn’t spoil the fun when it comes to throwing casual parties at home. You can whip up some great summer coolers and light tidbits that will keep the conversation flowing and guests coming back for more. Cafe Delhi Heights shares a few easy and simple recipes to make your summer parties a big success
While Mumbai is the place where Vada Pavs are found galore, the immense popularity of the snack has made it the most sought after snacks across the country, especially on roadside eateries near the beaches.
Whether it’s a pledge to do meat-free Mondays, or going full-on vegetarian, it seems we’re finally embracing meatless meals with open arms.And they’re not just good for our health - they can be good for our tastebuds too.To prove it, we’ve trawled the best foodie blogs around to find the tastiest veggie recipes so easy and so satisfying you’ll wonder why you even bothered with meat in the first place.
Almond biscotti is a classic recipe that works perfect for the biscuit generalist. It’s slightly nutty and tastes great with any meal or drink.Learn how to prepare it the easy way here:
Often, a good homemade vegetable stock does the trick, but sometimes it’s not quite enough — and this is where I’ve become unapologetically predictable with a trick that has saved many dishes.
The Mango Salsa recipe below is a tried and trusted version that is pretty much guaranteed to please, but there are many more variations available.Find the whole recipe here:
Matar Paneer is a North Indian curry made with mutter (peas) and paneer (cottage cheese). Mattar paneer not a daily kind of dish and is eaten on special occasions. Mutter paneer may be one of the most frequently ordered Indian dishes.
Hearty vegetable soups can be made on the weekend, portioned into jars (or your favorite lunch vessel), and zapped in the office microwave.
We all have one: The dish we’ve made up over the years (or our parents, friends, or family members passed along), that doesn’t necessarily count as a real recipe, but we make it ALL the time anyway.
Creamy, high-protein soy milk is a staple in Asia, where estimates peg 95% of the population as lactose-intolerant. Related: Non-Dairy Milks: Which to Make, Which to Buy Since soy milk is calcium-rich and contains the equivalent amount of protein as cow’s milk, it’s regarded as the closest match to dairy. While cow’s milk is very sweet, thanks to lactose (milk sugar), soy milk is more savory in flavor, with very subtle bean-y notes. To fortify, add calcium tablets or protein powder to the finished soy milk, then blend.
Snacking doesn’t typically count as an actual meal, but if it did, it would be our favorite meal of the day. We love munching between breakfast, lunch, and dinner — and let’s not forget between dinner and breakfast. But, it can be tough to find good snacks that are healthy. Ahead, find easy recipes from around the web that will keep you satisfied without reaching for the chips and candy.
By Hilary Meyer, EatingWell Cooking in a small kitchen can turn anyone into a minimalist. A cake pan? Forget about it; birthdays only come once a year. A toaster oven? Let your broiler do the work! But the one must-have tool you must keep in your cooking arsenal is the muffin tin. It just may be one of the coolest tools you own. Obviously, it’s great for muffins—but you can use it for so much more. And, of course, with a muffin tin you’ve got the assurance of built-in portion control. Get out your muffin tin and let the magic begin. From lasagna to sumptuous mini pies, these six foods get a whole new look.More from EatingWell.comSuper-Easy Muffin-Tin Cinnamon Rolls7 Genius Hacks for Kitchen Tools You Already HaveDownload a FREE 20-Minute Dinner Recipes Cookbook!
By Hilary Meyer During the Super Bowl, while my husband is in front of the television yelling about bad play calls, I’ll be in the kitchen enjoying some of my favorite Super Bowl recipes. I’m going to make chips and dips, onion rings, jalapeño poppers and chicken wings just to name a few. Some of our recipes for these favorite snacks use an easy, mess free oven-fry technique that gives food a crispy golden crust and moist interior. It tastes like fried food, but it’s better for you. Score!Here are recipes for favorite Super Bowl dips and snacks that won’t sack your diet. More from EatingWell.comBest Super Bowl RecipesAmazing 8-Layer Taco SaladDownload a FREE Game Day Snacks Recipe Cookbook!
At one point this past summer (a point that I’m not particularly proud of), I ate burgers for dinner for an entire week straight. In my defense, I was on a burger-high from discovering Ashley Rodriguez’s special burger sauce, had just discovered that my Emergency-Use-Only Fire Escape doubled as the perfect Burger-Eating Nook, and was doing “research” for an article. My recipe was simple and unchanging: I layered buns swiped with Ashley’s sauce, a freshly-ground patty, a tomato slice, onion rounds, and arugula.