1 cup lemon juice
1 cup water
1 cup sugar
lemon zest of 1 lemon
fresh mint leaves
Lemon slices for garnish
The black-eyed pea, also called black-eyed bean, ChawaLie, Lobia, Mulatto-Gelato in various languages in India, is a subspecies of the cowpea, grown around the world for its medium-sized edible bean.They are a great source of magnesium, iron, folate and protein. The following nutrition information is for one serving of black eyed peas. That would be about one half cup of black eyed peas, or 83.5 grams. This general information is for raw black eyed peas. Macronutrients: Water: 9.23 g,Calories: 286 g,Protein: 19.91 g,Carbohydrates: 49.80, Fiber: 8.9 g,Total Fat: 1.73 g
Preparation Method * Heat Oil in a pan and add cumin seeds. Once they splutter add chopped onion and saute till golden brown * Add spring onion and sauté for another min and add salt, turmeric, chili etc * Give it a nice mix and add chopped potato and chicken. * Close the lid till chicken and potatoes are nice and tender This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha - Premiumbloggertemplates.com.
Shahi paneer (Devanagari शाही पनीर) is a preparation of paneer, cream, tomatoes and spices. Thick, creamy and spicy, it is a mainstay of Indian cuisine. Shahi Paneer is immensely popular, especially in North India. It is typically eaten with Roti, Chappati or other Indian breads. Paneer is the Indian word for cottage cheese, and Shahi is the Indo-Persian term for royal (in reference to the Mughal court).
Fried chicken (also referred to as Southern fried chicken) is a dish consisting of chicken pieces usually from broiler chickens which have been floured or battered and then pan fried, deep fried, or pressure fried. The breading adds a crispy coating or crust to the exterior. What separates fried chicken from other fried forms of chicken is that generally the chicken is cut at the joints and the bones and skin are left intact. Crispy well-seasoned skin, rendered of excess fat, is a hallmark of well made fried chicken.
Gulab jamun (Hindi: गुलाब जामुन, Urdu: گلاب جامن) is a popular dessert in countries of the Indian Subcontinent such as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh. It is made of a dough consisting mainly of milk solids, traditionally, khoya, an Indian milk product (buffalo milk) is rolled into a ball together with some flour and then deep fried. It is then put into in a sugar syrup flavored with cardamom seeds and rosewater, kewra or saffron. These days, Gulab Jamun powder is also commercially available, so the dessert can be prepared easily. Gulab jamun is common at weddings. Click here to read the recipe of Gulab Jamun or Indian Donuts
Spring rolls are an appetizer, eaten either fresh or fried depending on the country of origin. Spring rolls can be found in several Asian countries, most notably China, Vietnam, Singapore and Indonesia. Click here to read the recipe of Spring Rolls
Gobi Manchurian is a Chinese recipe which is also very popular in India and other asian countries. Learn how to prepare Gobi Manchorian by following this easy recipe.
Banana bread is a type of bread that is made with mashed bananas. It is often a moist, sweet, cake-like quick bread; however, there are some banana bread recipes that are traditional-style yeast breads. You click on the image to see the receipe
Chickpeas are a helpful source of zinc, folate and protein. They are also very high in dietary fiber and hence a healthy source of carbohydrates for persons with insulin sensitivity or diabetes. Chickpeas are low in fat and most of this is polyunsaturated. Nutrient profile of desi chana (the smaller variety) is different, especially the fibre content which is much higher than the light coloured variety. One hundred grams of mature boiled chickpeas contains 164 calories, 2.6 grams of fat (of which only 0.27 grams is saturated), 7.6 grams of dietary fiber and 8.9 grams of protein. You can click on the image to see the receipe
Bitter melon has been used in various Asian and African traditional medicine systems for a long time. Researchers at Saint Louis University claim an extract from bitter melon, commonly eaten and known as karela in India, causes a chain of events which helps to kill breast cancer cells and prevents them from multiplying. Bitter melon has been used in traditional medicine for several other ailments, including dysentery, colic, fevers, burns, painful menstruation, scabies and other skin problems. It has also been used as abortifacient, for birth control, and to help childbirth. You can click on the image to see the recipe.