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Cauliflower 65- Easy and simple

Ingredients
Cauliflower-3cups
Ginger garlic paste-1tbsp
Red chili powder to taste (or 1tbsp)
Salt to taste (or 1tbsp)
Coriander powder-1tbsp
Corn flour -4tbsp
All purpose flour (Maida)-3tbsp
Black pepper powder-1/4tbsp
paprika -1/2tbsp (for color)

Method:

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl with water and the batter should be of a bajji batter consistency the pour this mixture on to the washed and dried cauliflower. Deep fry them in oil in batches and take them out when they turn golden brown. If you want your dish to be crispy you will have to fry then again under medium high flame for 20sec and remove them. You can also fry some curry leaves and garnish on top while serving them.

Masala Vegetable Lunch box Sandwich- A review on Hudson canola oil

Needless to say about my hubby he is becoming a kiddo day by day. Lunch bag comes home so empty when I pack sandwich and noodles, unlike rice which comes back home not empty. I was worried about his unhealthy appetite, because I used to make sandwich entirely with a potato. I told the same thing to my mother and she tried her best to fix this issue by sending this recipe of a healthy sandwich. She experimented with different vegetables and finally came up with this recipe, we loved it. She used Hudson Canola oil to make this sandwich and she said they tasted better when made with this oil. They fell in love with this oil as soon as they started using it and now they use this oil to make curries and roti's. Everything is great about this product except the price, I felt that it was little over priced otherwise it is perfect for every family.




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Quiona- oats multigrain no fermentation dosa

Did you ever try Quiona? If you haven't tried it or tasted it, you are missing one of the most wonderful super food that you will love. Quiona is rich in protein (1 cup yields 6g of protein), fiber, minerals and iron. It is a wonderful food for pregnant women and it can be used in replacement with rice in our regular diet.

 Coming to the calories, how many calories do you consume each day? Do you count them to keep an eye? I do. Yes, Mam/Sir I count my calorie intake and I am cautious about it, not because I feel I am fat or not because I am thin. I only do this because I am under high risk of getting diabetics as my parents are diagnosed with diabetics in their late 30's.  I feel eating healthy and staying fit does not only improve your physical appearance but also polishes your self confidence. Now coming to the recipe....


Ingredients
Quiona-1.5cup
oats-1cup
Chana dal (Sanaga pappu)-1/4 cup
Urad dal(minapa pappu)-1 cup
Salt to taste
oil as required

Method
Soak Quiona, chana…