Sweet corn soup | Best corn soup recipe

Sweetcorn Soup

My favorite season Monsoon is here and corn is available in abundance. Warm and comforting sweet corn soup is pure delight in this chilly weather.

Most Simple Sweet corn soup recipe

It is a very versatile soup, you can add carrots, beans, cabbage, spring onion, peas or boiled and shredded chicken.Just saute the veggies or chicken in a pan with some butter and add to the soup and its all yum and heavenly.

Easiest recipe of sweet corn soup

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Most simple dessert |Nariyal Barfi / Coconut Barfi

Nariyal Burfi

This wonderful fudge can be made with left over condensed milk or gulab jamun sugar syrup also known as chashni.

This is how i make Sugar Syrup:
Combine 2 cups sugar and 2 cups water and boil for 6-7  minutes stirring continuously. You can now use it in the recipe.

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Greens and Olives, Aundh (Pune, India) Review |Best vegetarian Italian restaurant in Aundh

We visited this restaurant by chance and after looking at the 4.1 rating and 1900+ reviews on zomato, i was actually curious to sample their food.

GnO
Space for parking in front of restaurant

Address: New DP Road, Opposite Tangent Furniture, Aundh, Pune . Very easy to locate. It is on the main road.

Opening hours: Mon -Fri 12noon – 3pm, 7pm – 11pm, Sat & Sun 12noon – 11pm

Dining Type: Casual dining.

Cuisines: (Pure Veg) Italian, North Indian, Salad, Healthy Food. Known for Authentic hand-crafted Italian fare.

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What’s The Scoop on Turmeric?

I make Turmeric tea out of the roots. This is indeed the magical golden spice. I love Turmeric.

Yates Natural Health

I think by now most of you have heard about the amazing spice, turmeric.  The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin.  Turmeric is a popular spice similar to ginger, known for its bright yellow/orange color and is used in curry powders and mustards.  This plant grows across India and other areas of Asia and Central America and is considered an Ayurvedic medicine.  Ayurvedic medicine (or Ayurveda for short) is one of the world’s oldest holistic (whole-body) healing system.  It was developed almost 4,000 years ago for medicine in India and is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body and spirit.  Unlike traditional medicine, Ayurvedic medicine’s main goal is to promote good health, not fight disease, however treatments may be geared toward specific health issues.  Turmeric has now been studied extensively and there are more than 15,000 manuscripts published about curcumin…

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Sweet Tamarind Dates Chutney

Tamarind Chutney

The lip smacking street foods of India popularly known as Chaats is incomplete without a dollop of this Chutney.

It has a unique taste, sweet, tangy and spicy with a hint of cumin and fennel.Simply DELICIOUS !

Goes very well with Pani puri, sev puri, dahi bada, samosa, kachori and a lot of wonderful snack items.

Make it and Store in a glass jar with a lid in fridge and use as required.

Note: This chutney can be made without dates too and the result is just as good. Please adjust the amounts  as per taste; some like it more tangy than sweet or vice versa.

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Healthy and Gluten free Khaman Dhokla |Easy and fast recipe of Dhokla

Khaman Dhokla

Khaman dhokla is a great gluten free option as a Snack Item or for Breakfast . These are really light and healthy. Serve it with some sweet tamarind and coriander chutney and watch it disappear in minutes.

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How To Lose Weight Eating Like Marie Antoinette

Ohh How i love eating cakes !! It’s My birthday today and a very Happy birthday to me 😉

Dear Husband gifted this book to me 😀

Focus On Food Photography for Bloggers (Focus On Series): Focus on the Fund… https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00CJFAYF0/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_uo-xDb53ZRSX0 via @amazonIN

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marie2 Kirsten Dunst indulges in the sweet life of Marie Antoinette. 

You may recall Marie Antoinette from your history class as being the Queen of France who was beheaded during the French Revolution, or you may know her best for Sofia Coppola’s exaggerated interpretation of the late Queen’s life in her 2006 film headlined by Kirsten Dunst as the titular role of Marie Antoinette. Often, when you think of the last Queen of France you imagine her opulent gowns, pompous wigs, and tables upon tables of colourful desserts. This was a queen who lives for excess, and yet, she was capable of maintaining a very slim waist 58cm (23in), for the majority of her life. Despite being known for devouring cakes and hot chocolate for breakfast. So how exactly did she achieve this sort of sorcery?

Karen Wheeler, author of the diet book, The Marie Antoinette Diet: Eat Cake and Still…

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