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Ghee is a superfood that is used in traditional Indian cooking. Learn why you should add ghee to your diet.

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Splendid Indian Fried Rice

3/07/2016 10:30 am

Fried rice is mainly considered to be a dish in Chinese cuisine, but is well blended with Indian food culture. Here is for you, the easiest recipe for making fried rice that will not only entice you but also provide you with rich nutrients. This fried rice can be served for lunch or dinner along with common Indian side dishes like chicken or mutton curry.

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Comments | Posted in Recipes By Shokhi Agarwal

Kashmir Delight Dum Aloo

6/07/2016 11:05 am

Indian cuisine is about spices that have the power to actually create magic in your meals. Dum Aloo a perfect side dish that goes well with rice, butter nan, kulchas or peas kachoris. The ‘Kashmiri’ version of Dum Aloo uses a variety of spices to bring in the supernatural flavour . If you want to savor a dish that's a bit on the sweeter side, this is the perfect recipe to go for !

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Aromatic Punjabi Mutton Curry

11/07/2016 7:01 am

Indian food is all about spices and when you wish to enter the special branch of Punjabi dishes, you are sure to entertain your taste buds with some more spices. The mentioned Punjabi mutton curry recipe is a perfect example of balanced diet as it makes use of only two tablespoons of ghee and at the same time maintains the superb taste of authentic Punjabi cuisine.

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Delightful Dal Makhani

13/07/2016 6:58 am

Dal Makhani is a dish from authentic Punjabi cuisine and is not just wholesome but full of rustic flavor. The addition of flavourful spices makes the dal makhani recipe enticing. Minimum fat is used in making this recipe making it healthy as well as tasty. Serve the delightful dal makhani with main dishes like hot and steaming rice or simple rotis.

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Masala Dosa

14/07/2016 6:57 pm

Masala Dosa is the trademark of the South Indian cuisine. Though the dish is from the South, the entire India is in love with it. It is one of the most popular dishes that can be eaten at any time of the day and is extremely easy to make. So, why don't you try this scrumptious dish today and satisfy your hunger with our delicious recipe?

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Peas Kachori

18/07/2016 4:59 am

Fried puris are pretty popular as Indian snacks and people all over the country love them unconditionally. There are several varieties of puris and kachoris to choose from as they can be made with every type of stuffing. However, this particular recipe is the simplest and most popular one, made with mashed green peas. Read more for the recipe of this delicious Indian cuisine!

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Comments | Posted in Indian Spices By Shokhi Agarwal

Biryani is a complete dish in itself packed with carbohydrates and protein. You can also add a couple of potatoes and boiled eggs to increase the nutrient list. Being such popular and complete dish, this recipe needs no introduction.  You may even enjoy this dish without any proper side dish and will just need to have a nice salad and a bowl of freshly made yogurt raita.

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Kesar Pista Kulfi for Dessert

24/07/2016 9:45 pm

The Indian forms of homemade ice cream substitutes are so delicious and elegant that you simply can't resist. The Kesar Pista Kulfi involves the majestic flavor of saffron and pistachio nuts along with the richness of fresh cream and manually condensed milk. mesmerise yourself with the flavor of this scrumptious recipe from India!

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Lemongrass is an aromatic tropical plant with thin long leaves that are widely used in Asian cooking. It has a mild lemon flavor that blends well with chicken, salads, curry pastes and more. It is also popular because of its medicinal properties. The leaves, stems and bulbs of the lemongrass have been known to cure different kinds of ailments.

Taking lemongrass tea along with light evening meals is amongst the best and easiest ways you can take advantage of the health benefits of this plant.

 Below are a few of the wonderful health benefits of lemongrass tea:

Aids in digestion

Lemongrass tea is used to help alleviate nausea by calming the digestive tract. It also helps get rid of bloating, gas and heartburn. The antibacterial properties of lemongrass also help fight gastroenteritis.

Relieves colds and flu

Containing antifungal and antibacterial properties, lemongrass tea is effective in treating colds and relieving symptoms associated with flu.

Anti-carcinogenic

According to a research don at Ben Gurion University in Israel, this healing plant contains “citral” – a component in lemongrass that causes apoptosis in cancer cells. It is also high in antioxidants – an essential nutrient that protects cells from damage.

Antimicrobial

Taking lemongrass tea is a great way of treating infections because of its antimicrobial properties. Some people also use lemongrass in treating wounds.

Controls cholesterol levels

Studies have shown that lemongrass is effective in sustaining healthy levels of triglycerides. It also contains anti-hypercholesterolemic and anti-hyperlipidemic properties that help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and lower down blood pressure.

Helps relieve arthritis pain

Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, taking lemongrass tea on a regular basis can help alleviate arthritis, rheumatism and other joint pains. It also helps relax the muscles to avoid getting spasms.

Rich in vitamins and minerals

Lemongrass is a good source of many vitamins, such as vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C and folate. It is also rich in essential minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium, manganese and phosphorus.

Helps get rid of toxins

Taking lemongrass tea is a great way of flushing out harmful toxins through urination because it is a natural diuretic. Since it also aids in digestion, it is also effective in maintaining regular bowel movements, thus reducing the risk of fecal impaction. Lemongrass tea also aids in metabolism and prevents abdominal fat build up.

Lemongrass tea is available at India Bazaar - the number 1 online grocery store in Sydney! Learn more on how you can avail of free shipping.

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