5 Tasty Dishes You Can Prepare Using Leftover Bread Crusts

Most of us love to binge on juicy stuffed sandwiches that are not only scrumptious, but quite filling as well. Amidst all this, we often end up ignoring the humble bread crusts. They are only left to be discarded in the bin. However, you can now use those bread crusts in a more efficient manner. They can be used in making various delicious dishes that you wouldn’t have imagined, otherwise. Moreover, if you have picky eaters at home, then these dishes are sure to come handy to you. Here’s a list of…

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5 Tasty Dishes You Can Prepare Using Leftover Food

of having same dish again and again. Leftovers like idlis, chapatis, bread etc. can be used to prepare breakfast, that too with less planning and effort. Read on to know more about them. 1. Masala Idli Made From: Leftover Idlis/Leftover Dosa Batter If you have leftover idlis from yesterday’s dinner, then transform them into spiced bite-sized delights. All you have to do is to cut them into four halves and pan-fry with a melange of spices. This easy-to-make snack cum breakfast is tossed with chillis, onions and tomatoes, and is sure to tantalise your taste buds in just no time….

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Here’s How You Can Make Homemade Brownies Without Using Flour

Chocolate brownies are one of the most loved and relished desserts of all time. The joy of having a chocolate brownie with hot chocolate sauce is above all. Chocolate lovers go gaga over its chewy, fudgy, chocolaty and nutty texture. We have got an amazing yet effortless brownies recipe for you which can be made without using flour. Yes, you read that right! Brownies without flour are as delicious and fudgy as any other brownie and are quite light on the stomach as well. Follow these simple steps to make those flour-less brownies and…

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Neeta Lulla to design outfits for Bharti Singh’s wedding using a fusion theme

National Award winning designer Neeta Lulla is designing wedding outfits for comedienne Bharti Singh, and says she has handpicked the fusion theme. Bharti is all set to marry her long-time beau and writer Haarsh Limbachiyaa in December. The wedding will take place in Goa on December 3. “The theme I have handpicked is fusion and she will resemble the contemporary bride since it’s a destination wedding. Grandeur, colour and quirk are seamlessly blended with culture and heritage in an Indian wedding, we look out to bring the same sentiments in…

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Dishing Out Snacks Using Dal – 10 Stellar Recipes to Try

India runs on dal, there is no doubt about it. Explore the northern belt of the country and you will find a unique preparation of dal enjoyed in every household. Lunch hour here is never complete without a bowlful of steaming arahar dal. The preparation goes on to attaining the status of the ultimate comfort food of the country. “Dals are used in many ways. They can be cooked into thick, medium and thin preparations, exemplified by the meetamasoor dal of the north, the spicy tuar sambar of the South or the soup-like rasam based again on tuar. These are regular accompaniments…

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8 Ways to Spruce Up Foods Using Hung Curd or Greek Yogurt

Curd is a staple in most Indian households and a versatile condiment used in numerous delicacies. Similarly, hung curd is one of the most common condiments to be used and makes for a great substitute to most of the cream-based foods. Also known as Greek Yogurt, hung curd is nothing but curd; the only difference is the whey (water) of the curd is drained completely to make hung curd. The yogurt is kept in a muslin cloth and tied tightly and hung off the wall to let all the water drain…

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Ivyrevel’s Customized Dresses Are Created Using Your Lifestyle Data

Ivyrevel, the digital fashion house launched by H&M, has teamed up with Google to create a dress personalized to each wearer by their own data. Ivyrevel worked with Google and production company MediaMonks to develop the project. Each dress is designed using a smartphone app that tracks each customer’s activity and lifestyle. The user needs to carry their phone wherever they go for a week, and the following week the app will use its knowledge of their lifestyle to create the design, interpreting the data into a custom-made Ivyrevel dress….

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Learn a language using just your gadgets

It’s difficult to avoid feeling a sense of achievement when I manage to carry on a spontaneous conversation with someone who speaks French and get compliments for my accent from a native. It took me a fair bit of hard work to sound ‘comme une francaise’ or like a Frenchwoman, but every bit of it has been an enjoyable journey in no small measure thanks to it being entirely a solo one. All I had for company was my collection of gadgets — smartphone, tablet and headphones. Before I share…

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Food scientists using X-rays to figure out fats

The researchers hope to replace unhealthful trans and saturated fats with better non-saturated versions — all without compromising texture. That swap could have great implications for the food industry, says Maria Fernanda Peyronel-Svaikauskas, a research associate working with food scientist Prof. Alejandro Marangoni. To conduct their studies, Peyronel-Svaikauskas and the other U of G researchers use the DOE’s Advanced Photon Source (APS) at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Illinois. X-rays generated at that facility enable scientists to study and characterize the structure of edible fats at meso and micro levels…

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Reliance Jio Launch: RIL Asks Staff to Stop Using Services of Other Telcos

HIGHLIGHTS RIL has asked employees to port their existing phone numbers to Jio MNP enables telephone users to retain their number when changing carriers Reliance Jio has over 1.5 million users Reliance Industries, India’s largest conglomerate, has asked its 40,000-plus employees to stop using phones connections of existing operators, like Airtel and Vodafone, and instead switch to its own high-speed 4G Jio. RIL has asked employees to port their existing phone numbers to Jio, a move that may open another front with the existing operators, who have been up in…

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