Methi Mutter Malai is a classic North Indian dish served with Indian Bread or Roti. It is very mild in taste but very delicious with right mix of spices. It is for people who doesn’t like their curry too spicy! Ingredients used in this curry, especially “Methi” is really good for health. Here is a recipe specially for you guys!
Butter chicken is a classic Indian dish, which originated from Punjabi cuisine. This dish has a mix of mild Indian spices and creamy gravy, so it is liked not only by Indians but also by foreigner world over. For its authentic taste, the chicken is marinated for several hours in a cream and spice mix which will make it tender and tasty while eating. It is usually served with butter naan, roti (Indian flatbread) or even rice. In traditional Hindi language, it is also called Murgh Makhni.
Mangoes are those fruits that are both delicious and carry a lot of health benefits. It’s very good for the skin, considering that it contains beta-carotene which helps in the glow of the skin. It also contains Vitamin A which prevents damage to the cells, and also improves vision. Vitamin C that lowers cholesterol is also present in a mango. It tends to maintain blood pressure and heart rates. Fiber is present in mango that makes digestion easier. It also protects you from heat strokes. Mangoes can be consumed in various forms and every form will absolutely please you. Here is a list of dishes that you had no idea you could make using mangoes. Try these dishes in this summer!
Salads are what keep a man going during summers. They increase the water level present in the body and prevent dehydration, thereby. There are a lot of health benefits attached to salads such as lower risk of developing cancer, helps in weight loss etc. However, salads can be quite tasteless and boring, which makes you prefer ice creams and soft drinks over salads during summers. But one needs to realize that they are not healthy options. Below is a list of 5 refreshing salads which taste better than plain raw lettuce.
The festival of colors is spent in its own sense in various places. The term “Holi” came out of the word Holika, who is known to be the evil sister of the demon Hiranyakashipu. On the eve of Holi, a bonfire is set which suggests the Holika Dahan. Idols of Krishna and Radha are placed and worshipped in some places. However, talking about Holi, what strikes everyone’s mind apart from the colors are the sweets that are made during Holi. Food is surely the way to a man’s heart and ranging from kids to adults, everyone enjoys their desserts during this season. Here is a list of 5 must-have sweets during Holi.