6 High-Protein Lunch Recipes You Can Pack For Office

We understand there are days in office when you don’t have the time to even leave your desk for 10 minutes. In the midst of endless meetings, presentations and deadlines, the thought of food is perhaps not even the last thing to enter your mind. But here’s one thing you must understand too. Without food your body would not get enough energy to function, naturally then your brain would also be depleted of essential fuel to function. Hence, skipping lunch may not be the best idea to save the day….

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Try These Quintessential Japanese Culinary Experiences On Your Next Trip To Japan

Most people will tell you that Japanese cuisine is an acquired taste, with piquant flavours that can often shake your taste buds and olfactory nerves out of their comfort zone. I am unabashed about my bias for almost anything Japanese, especially the cuisine. It may not be a very large country but almost every region boasts of a signature culinary experience that you must try when you’re in Japan. You might stumble upon some of these emblematic Japanese dishes in restaurants in India and around the world. This list is by…

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Teej 2018: 11 Delicious Foods To Celebrate With

The season of festivities is here again. Hindu women across India, mostly in North are gearing up to celebrate Hariyali Teej. This year, Hariyali Teej will be celebrated on 13th August, 2018. The Indian festival is celebrated with much fervour by women of Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. The festival falls in the holy month of Shravana or Sawan. The entire month is dedicated to the holy union of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Married women gather together and pray for their married life and general well-being.  On…

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Food joints to explore this weekend

1. For the perfect weekend dose of food After a week-long rush at work and struggle with traffic, here comes the weekend. And the best way to utilise the weekend is to eat well, relax and follow your passion. And if food is your passion, then this list will definitely cheer up your mood. From take-away joints to sprawling restaurants, the list includes everything that a true foodie can ask for a tasteful weekend. Start exploring and have a scrumptious weekend. 2. Cafe, Hyatt Regency, Delhi If you are looking…

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15 dishes that prove vegetarian food is the best!

1. Easy vegetarian recipes! If you think only non-vegetarian food has scrumptious options, here is a list of tantalising vegetarian recipes that will make your day. Easy to prepare and loaded with deliciousness, they will make you realize the value of vegetarianism. Who says only non-vegetarians have all the fun? 2. Vegetarian Malai Kebab Vegetarian Malai Kebab Recipe: Crunchy, healthy and delicious, prepared with paneer, milk powder, potato, rice flour and a melange of flavours, this dish is irrestible. 3. Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes Recipe: Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes…

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6 High-Protein Lunch Recipes You Can Pack For Office

We understand there are days in office when you don’t have the time to even leave your desk for 10 minutes. In the midst of endless meetings, presentations and deadlines, the thought of food is perhaps not even the last thing to enter your mind. But here’s one thing you must understand too. Without food your body would not get enough energy to function, naturally then your brain would also be depleted of essential fuel to function. Hence, skipping lunch may not be the best idea to save the day….

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What Is The Difference Between Khakra And Fafda

Gujarat is famous for its snacks and breakfast recipes across the country. Yummy snacks such as chakri, khakra, ganthia, khandavi, dhokhla, fafda and sev are enjoyed outside the state as much as they are loved by locals. Khakhra is one such popular Gujarati snack. Thin, crispy sheets, infused with desi flavours, khakhra has become a quick snack option for those looking for regional flavours. It is easy to carry, light and comes in a variety of flavours. However, people often confuse a khakhra with another Gujarati snack called fafda. Let us tell you…

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Nothing Scotch about this egg

Over the last two decades, chefs in the West have taken relatively humble dishes and tried to turn them into something special. The hamburger is one instance. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, most American chefs did their own riffs on the burger, including, perhaps most influentially, Daniel Boulud’s version at DB Bistro Moderne in New York. This used high-quality beef, foie gras and every other luxury ingredient Boulud had lying around in his kitchen. Then, it was the turn of the boring old Mac and Cheese to get…

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Gourmet Secrets: United Curry of Goa

Goa has a coastline of 101 km and seafood is second nature to Goans, as is rice, their staple crop. The soil is rich in minerals and humus, thus conducive to plantations, especially of spices, fruit and nuts. Making efficient use of the water sources, the terraced orchards support coconut palms and fruit such as jackfruit, pineapple and mango. The heat and high humidity though, restrict the crops to tropical fruits and vegetables like giant okra, aubergine, plump pumpkins and bottle and ridge gourds. Intrinsic ingredients in Goan food are…

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What is cold pressed oil? How it is different from refined oil

1. What makes them different When we had started believing that refined oils are the best medium for cooking and that they keep us safe from heart diesase and obesity, scientists turned the tables again by a new research which says, cold pressed oils are what we must be consuming and not the refined ones. But what’s the difference between the two? A layman will naturally be boggled by these two types of oils that are same in appearance. Basically, cold pressed oils are the ones that are extracted in…

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