7 simple and easy tips to keep the chicken moist in your recipes

1. The art of cooking Cooking is an art and to be a skilled artisan you need to know the tricks and tips right to fill the canvas called plate with colours in form of flavourful and tender dishes. Today, we are going to share some simple and easy tips to play with chicken correctly so that when you cook the pieces or the breast, they turn out to be moist and flavoursome. Check this out. 2. By marination Marinating chicken before cooking in any form is necessary. It not…

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Jamuns For Summer: 5 Unbeatable Reasons To Add Black Plums To Your Diet

Deep purple hue, tarty sweet, sour taste and loads of memories – jamuns are olive-sized packets of nostalgia that take many of us back to our childhoods and make us long for simpler days. Most Indians have extremely fond childhood memories of gorging on these beautiful fruits on sunny days, and then checking each other’s tongues for a purple patch left behind by the pulp. Jamuns are one of the best summer fruits to gift to your loved ones as they are promises of good health, as well as taste. Jamuns are extremely versatile too – you…

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Dahi Ke Sholay: This Hung Curd Delight Is Sure To Get Your Drooling

Tired of pairing your tea with samosas and bread pakoras? Why not try these fried bread hung curd delights instead? Dahi ke sholay, as it is commonly known, is gaining popularity across Delhi NCR. Located in the INA market, dahi ke sholay is a welcome variation among those regular tea-time snacks. This deep-fried delight is very much similar to bread rollsthat are commonly savoured by people across the nation. However, what makes this stand out from the other is its filling, which is prepared using hung curd and a melange of spices. It has a super-crisp bread exterior, which is…

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Ramphal (Bullock’s Heart) Benefits And Ways To Use It In Your Daily Diet!

Mother Nature has bestowed us with a plethora of amazing fruits that have abundant health promoting properties. Out of the treasure trove of beautiful looking fruits, there is ramphal, also known as bullock’s heart, which is known to have numerous health and beauty benefits. This green coloured ripened fruit is believed to have high amounts of antioxidants, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus and a generous amount of iron content in it. The phytonutrients make this fruit an unmissable bet. Did you know that ramphal belongs to the same family as custard apple, which is the…

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Run, Don’t Walk to Replace Your iPhone Battery

HIGHLIGHTS Apple last month acknowledged it slows down iPhones with older batteries Apple apologised for not communicating this to users, and dropped prices Users can get their battery replaced for significantly less money now Rarely is tech advice this cut-and-dry: If you bought an iPhone in 2016 or earlier, make an appointment at a Genius Bar (or Apple support centre) as soon as possible. Apple just started a program that can make old iPhones feel new again – for just $29 (Rs. 2,000 plus taxes in India). An Apple store or repair shop will…

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Holi 2018: 7 Innovative Gujiya Filling Ideas To Take Your Gujiya Game To The Next Level!

Holi celebrations sans the presence of our very own deep-fried Indian pastry- the gujiya– is quite unheard of. Gujiya extremists might just claim that gujiya has been declared the best sweet of the world by UNESCO! The Holi special sweet has many variations in different states of the country, like the karanji in Maharashtra and the Nevri in Goa. The main difference in the recipes of these variants is the ingredients used in preparing the filling. For example, the Goan nevri is stuffed with coconut and jaggery, setting it apart from its North Indian cousin that is usually stuffed with mawa or khoya and a number of…

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Happy Valentine’s Day 2018: 5 Delicious Valentine Cake Recipes To Impress Your Loved One

It’s the season to make merry again. This coming week, the world would be gearing up to celebrate the Valentine’s day. Valentine’s day is celebrated in honour of Saint Valentine, the Christian priest of 3rd century Rome, who played a major role in uniting lovers in his time. Movies, media and popular culture have made the day special for many couples of this generation who go an extra mile to let their loved one know of their deep affection. Cards, candlelight dinners, gifts and poetry; there are multiple ways in which…

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Guess what your favourite dessert says about your personality

1. Which dessert matches your personality? Well, you are indeed what you eat. Till date, you might have read this old saying as a quote in novels and books, but today we are going to tell you that how the saying actually fits not just with your physical traits, but with your psychological and mental traits too. All the dessert lover out there, here we have got some popular desserts and what they say about your personality. From classic cheesecake to mighty macron, every popular dessert has some sort of…

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Know Your Pasta Sauces: The Ultimate Guide

If you happen to be a pasta lover but often get confused between the myriad varieties of sauces out there, then this article will come quite handy to you. Pastas are an essential part of the Italian cuisine. They taste  the best when paired with different types of sauces as they add flavour and aroma to the final dish. Almost all the sauces are quite different from each other in terms of colour, taste and texture. This article will help you out in understanding these sauces a little better so…

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5 Midnight Eateries In Delhi For Your Late Night Cravings

Be it the colonial heritage of Lutyen’s Delhi or the by-gone Mughal remnants of Old Delhi, one can’t deny that Delhi is a delight to eyes who love a piece of history integrated in the modern mish-mash. Thousands of tourists throng Delhi and enjoy the tour round of several historical and popular hubs around Delhi during broad daylight. Let us tell you a secret. Delhi is a dream during nights. Particularly so, for a foodie. Often dubbed as the culinary capital of the country, there is practically no hour in the day…

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