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A simple besan chilla, upgraded to be immune boosting and nutrition-rich, in this simple recipe. This recipe is good for 3-4 servings. You can eat this directly after your workout and put all the required nutrients into your body.
The easiest way to get your meals to be more satiating, fibre dense and mineral-rich, is to add beans! Beans are great for bone health, heart health and gut health and perfect for diabetics and PCOS. An interesting way to eat more beans is to make these patties that are great for sandwiches, rolls and in a salad!
Cooked with bell peppers in a spicy masala, this is a go-to recipe for North Indians and is enjoyed with butter naan, paratha or roti.
This is a very non-traditional approach to Mathri, but a nutritious and guilt-free one! The Mathri recipe can be used for your health!
This famous North Indian dish is best enjoyed with jeera rice & dal tadka or naan. With a rich and creamy gravy, paneer lababdar can make your knees go weak any day and anytime.
An aroma of curry leaves and fresh coconut makes this delicious recipe of coconut rice flavorful and a favourite down the southern parts of India. Easy and quick to make, coconut rice is the perfect lunch recipe that is light on the stomach yet extremely high on nutrients.
With only 5 minutes of prep time, this instant one-pot, aloo matar paneer is one of the household favourites and gets done in less than 20 minutes!
This dish feels like you’re biting into a soft, fluffy cloud of rice. And you can never go wrong with a plate of idli dunked in sambar with a side of chutney.
Make this semi-dry paneer dish with onions, tomatoes and spices and keep your affair with paneer going strong.
Fresh mango pulp and coconut milk come together to serve you a decadent Italian dessert – panna cotta. All you need is a few simple, easily available ingredients and thirty minutes. Top it with mint leaves to add a dose of freshness.
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