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A typical American breakfast menu will differ depending on where you live in the country. However, in general, an American breakfast consists of eggs, bacon, cereal, baked goods such as donuts, muffins, and so on, washed down with coffee, milk, or juice. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, there is no doubt about it! Breakfast menus vary from city to city, nation to nation, and continent to continent. The menu is mostly…

Do you have a strong desire for a delectable mutton curry? Then there’s this simple but delectable South Indian mutton curry. South Indian cuisine is noted for its incredible combination of flavors and aromas. South India has been blessed by nature, and it is here that some of the world’s best spices may be found. As a result, the goodness of spices may be found in South Indian cuisine as well. Mysore Mutton Curry is…

Everything takes time to discover its worth. Nuts such as almonds and walnuts are both necessary and expensive because they are high in nutrients and provide a variety of health benefits. In today’s fast-paced world, you’re always looking for ways to cut corners, even when it comes to food. As a result, dry fruits and nuts can be a healthy and delicious snack to have in between meals. They are extremely nutritious, high in proteins,…

Berries are small, pulpy, sweet edible fruits that are usually round or oblong in shape and lack seeds. They can have a variety of flavors ranging from sweet to sour and tart. Although the botanical definition of berries includes many fruits and vegetables that we do not commonly refer to as berries. Aside from the well-known berries, the following article contains a list of Types of Berries in India! 1. Angoor Angoor, also known as…

Dill Chitranna: Dill or Anethum graveolens or Sabsige as it is known in Karnataka is strongly aromatic, with many health benefits to its credit. It can be eaten both raw and cooked. Amaranth (Kempu Harive Soppu) Sasive: There is Amaranth or Kempu Harive, available in red and green forms in the market, whose nutritional value seems endless – calcium, potassium, iron, manganese, and more. Colocasia leaves (Kesu) pathrade: Colocasia or taro leaves are great for…

There are various forms of greens that are high in vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, fiber, and folic acid, in addition to the usual suspects like kale and spinach. These veggies, which range from delicately scented salad greens to hardier greens, are strong in nutritional content and have flavors that range from bitter to spicy. Despite their differences in texture and flavor, greens are frequently interchangeable. To lessen the bitterness and soften the leaves…

This multigrain khichdi is packed with beneficial fibre, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. It’s a natural immune booster and the perfect recipe for natural remedies! One can always enjoy a substantial bowl of this rice and lentil bliss, whether healthy or not. Khichdi is the Hindi word for a rice and lentil casserole meal from India. Traditionally, khichdi was a light-digestion meal prepared for sick and/or recuperating people, as it provides the necessary nutrition for the…

This Khichdi recipe, made with rice and moong dal, is light and easy-to-digest Indian dish. Serve this healthful, cozy, and satisfying porridge-like Dal Khichdi with curd, raita, or papad for a light meal. I’ll show you how to make Khichdi in three different methods (more in the post below and the recipe card). The pressure cooker stovetop version includes photographs and thorough directions, as well as the Instant Pot and Pan technique. Khichdi is a…

Each family has a secret blend of spices that they use in curries, and while the quantity of the ingredients varies, they all have the same basic components. The addition of an extra touch of one spice, or the omission of one entirely, is what makes them unique for a home. Our recipe strives to capture the greatest and most authentic flavor of fish curry from Southern India, but we recognize that this dish can…