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2017-06-01

5 Exciting Ways to use a Cordless Hand Blender

By: Richa Gupta

If you were to ask me what my most used kitchen gadget is, KitchenAid’s immersion blender would top the charts! An immersion blender is probably the most handy kitchen tool and I’d say a must have if you are setting up your kitchen or upgrading it.

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Aam Panna

By: KitchenAid India

Aam Panna is a popular Indian summer cooler made using raw mangoes. This tangy sweet mango drink is cooling to the body and can be had any time of the day. Here is a quick and easy recipe for the same.

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Millet Khichdi

By: Madhuri Aggarwal

Khichdi or Pongal is one of the healthiest meal one can have. After all the festivities, when sick or when you want to go easy on your tummy, then Khichdi or Pongal is the best dish.
Pongal or Khichdi is simple to make and easy to digest. There is not much difference in the recipe of Pongal and Khichdi. The basic ingredients are the same.

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Mango Chia Seed Pudding

By: Madhuri Aggarwal

Haven’t you planned anything for your mom?? Then here is a quick, simple yet a beautiful looking dessert that you can whip up for your mom. It’s not how elaborate a dish or a meal you make for her, but it is just the effort that you put, that will matter to her. It will for sure make her day

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Radish Chips

By: Richa Gupta

Since I received my KitchenAid Mandoline Slicer, I’ve been making veggie chips every week. The effort to make them vs. the reward is just so high. We’ve pretty much stopped buying any chips or munchies from the store because now there is a healthier way to take care of those 5PM hunger pangs.

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Black Rice Kheer

By: KitchenAid India

Black rice is one of the healthiest variety of Rice, packed with the wide array of Nutrients. Black rice has a unique earthy flavor when cooked. It is more fibrous and takes more time than a regular rice to cook. This medium-size heirloom rice is treasured for its delicious roasted nutty taste, soft texture. Extremely high in a class of flavonoid antioxidants called anthocyanin. When cooked it gives out a beautiful purple color, which makes it perfect for presentation. Black rice Kheer is one of my favorite dishes as it is more creamy, flavourful and healthier.

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Zarda Pulav

By: KitchenAid India

Zarda Pulav as the name sounds is a very festive dish. A specialty of the Northern part of India, this sweet rice is mildly flavored as well has very complex flavors. This dish is perfect to be served during festival parties.

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Decoding detox and 5 easy ways to incorporate it

By: Tarika Singh

If there is one buzzword that can define any month after a festive season, it is detox. After any indulgent week, everyone is looking to hit the “reset” button with their diet. Unless you have the resolve of Aamir Khan (the actor is known to have a resolve of steel when it comes to transformations), it is extremely hard to do a complete overhaul. After years of trying to work out the permutations and combinations of low-carb, no-fat, high-protein, Atkins (remember how it was the rage?) to the recent hype around the Whole 30 – I’ve now chosen to redefine detox in a manner that is rooted in it being sustainable.

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Cardamom and Rose Madeleines

By: KitchenAid India

I’m a fan of bite-sized food. So easy to serve and gives you a great inkling of how much you really should be eating. Take these adorable little madeleines, for instance, so deeply satisfying, without being cloyingly sweet. While the French refer to these as little tea cakes, the Americans call them shell-shaped cookies. I’m more likely to lean on the “tea cake” reference than call them cookies. I’m hoping you’ll agree once you take you first bite of these beauties.

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Thandai Panacotta

By: KitchenAid India

Holi is the festival of colors, celebrating the arrival of spring, celebrating the victory of good over evil. But for people like me who don’t like to play with colors, it is also the festival of coming together, the festival of celebrating relations, the festival of forgiveness.
And when people come together, the one thing that makes the bond stronger is FOOD.Thandai being a must during Holi, I had to make something using Thandai masala. Thandai, as the name suggests, is a drink that has cooling properties.The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of any new flavor is PANACOTTA. And hence Thandai Panacotta. It turned out really good with a mild flavor.

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