Kalakand is a delectable, melt-in-the-mouth dessert created in Indian homes for festivals and celebrations. A moist and flavorful milk cake, Kalakand has a nutty floral aroma and delicate grainy texture. Laced with cardamom and saffron, and dressed up in bright green pistachios, this exotic mithai always stands out amongst the finest of Indian dessert spreads.
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Fresh Fruits Chaat is quite a popular fasting recipe from Northern India. It can also be served as an evening snack. There are many variations to it. Some like to add only fruits, whereas others add boiled or pan-fried potatoes and sweet potatoes as well. No matter what you add, it always turns out delicious.
The uniqueness of the recipe lies in the interesting combination of spices, distinct flavors and textures of all the fruits in there.
Delicious, filling, and satisfying, Indian Alu Paratha is basically a whole wheat pan-fried flatbread stuffed with a spicy potato filling. This paratha is best enjoyed with yogurt, pickle, butter and a side of chai!
In short, it’s a classic perfect breakfast and lunch box recipe.
Nuts and dried fruit are energy dense, but they’re both good for us. The base of trail mix, nuts and dried fruit are two foods that can help us lose weight. Nuts are packed with healthy fats, protein and fiber, three nutrients that help keep us full. Fruit delivers fiber and other key vitamins and minerals.
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Black Chickpeas or Kala Chana is an incredible source of vitamins like B6, C, folate, niacin, thiamin, riboflavin and minerals including manganese, phosphorus, iron and copper.
The wealth of nutrients in Kala Chana is beneficial in boosting the immune system, promote muscle mass, regulates diabetes and enhance hair, skin and nail health.
Here, I am creating a very easy breakfast recipe from it.
Ghee has been used as a cooking oil from a very long time, in India. It’s the foundation of traditional Indian cooking.
It has also been used in many Ayurveda therapies, such as for treating burns and rashes.
Ghee is created by heating the cow milk butter on a low heat. Later, strained to remove any milk solids. This makes ghee a great substitute of butter for those who are allergic to lactose or dairy.