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Spiralizer: A Food Trend for 2016

By: Tarika Singh

If you’ve been on Pinterest for the last few months, chances are you’ve seen pictures of rose-shaped Apple Tarts, ‘noodles’ made from vegetables and beautifully shredded salads being ‘pinned’ incessantly. I’m no stranger to making vegetable ‘noodles’, but over the years, I had relied mostly on my julienne peeler for this.

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BEETROOT AND LEMON SOUP

By: Hanisha Singh

Preparation Time: 8 – 10 minutes                   Serves:4

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BEETROOT: INGREDIENT OF THE MONTH

By: Hanisha Singh

This superfood can be roasted whole, blend into a classic soup or drink as juice  – beetroot is low in fat, full of vitamins and minerals and packed with powerful antioxidants. The purple root is not only a good addition to your food, it protects your heart, bones and body.

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ZUCCHINI NOODLES WITH ARUGULA AND CORIANDER PESTO

By: Tarika Singh

I love pasta tossed in Pesto sauce, and I’m not one to skimp on the Parmesan or Extra Virgin Olive Oil- these are the things that give it oodles of flavour and body. But honestly, the fitness bug seems to have gotten to me too over the last few weeks and I’m keeping a close eye on nutrition and going slightly easy on carbs.

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BROCCOLI SOUP

By: Hina Gujral

In this cold, spine-chilling weather nothing seems to be more soothing than a bowl of hot and steaming soup. Broccoli Soup is one such soup recipe for winters. It is rich in iron and low on the calorie count. It takes no time to make soup from scratch at home plus it keeps your family on a healthy diet track as well.

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WHOLE WHEAT HERBED LAVASH

By: Farrukh Aziz

Lavash is the most popular unleavened flat crisp bread from the region of Armenia, Turkey and Iran. A handful of ingredients and you have your healthy yummy crackers to nosh on. Though mostly All-purpose flour is used to make this, using whole wheat flour for the preparation stands to be the best option in terms of health.

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LEMON CHIA SEED MUFFINS

By: Shivesh Bhatia

Chia seeds are a magic ingredient that I love to work with. Lemon muffins, that is one of my favorite dessert is usually loaded with butter and sugar. I decided to play around with my favorite lemon recipe muffins and make it healthy. I replaced butter with olive oil and added chia seeds to it. They’re still fluffy and flavourful. To make things better, they’re also healthy now!

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WHOLE WHEAT CRACKERS AND DIPS

By: Deeba Rajpal

Crackers and dips offer great comfort food, and double up as fabulous finger food at parties too. There’s nothing like light, healthy yet delicious food to fill the rumblings in the tummy. For days like this only quick, simple and flavourful seriously works. Also, for days like these, KitchenAid is your best friend. Nothing to beat a workhorse that does everything, pampers you unknowingly, and delivers like nothing else!

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RYE BUNS

By: Tarika Singh

For all those who argue that healthier stuff doesn’t taste as good as the ‘real’ stuff, I would say – please try these Rye Flour Buns! Low in gluten content and a native of Europe, you can now find rye flour very easily in India in most health food stores and supermarkets. Here, I’ve gone with a mix of bread flour and light rye flour in 70-30 ratio to give this bread a lighter texture. And if you belong to the aforesaid group that isn’t one to opt for whole foods, I’d say this is a great way of incorporating a healthy ingredient into a beautiful dinner bread roll. As for me, I love the earthy taste that rye flour gives this bread and can tell you that it pairs really well with jams, soups or even pasta!
Mornings in my kitchen that start with baking bread are the best kind! This recipe is completely inspired by Ryoya’s cooking on YouTube.

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