Every time I apply this butter, I feel as if I'm walking in a garden full of roses. The smell instantly lifts up my mood. I have almost emptied my container and I loved every bit of it. I got it for myself in winter but then I switched between other lotions so I still have some left.
I know cooking rice is a no brainer, right!
But hey, there are so many of us who learn it for the very first time. So this blog post is dedicated to all the newbies.
In India, rice is cooked in a pressure cooker at a high temperature and under a great deal of pressure and they are stove lop.
Khichdi means a mixture of various pulses or daals and cooking them together. It's a very quick recipe and a very healthy and delicious one. Healthy and Delicious : this combination is very rare, isn't it!
Poori (also spelled Puri) is an unleavened deep-fried bread, originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is eaten for breakfast or as a snack or light meal. It is usually served with a savory curry or bhaji, as in Poori bhaji,
Have something sweet. I'm letting a secret out. I eat an ice-cream when I'm upset or stressed or angry. I really need to have one. Only then, I feel better. Basically, indulge in a guilt pleasure. Stop worrying and have whatever you want (unless advised not to do so by a doctor).
Do you have a problem of ingrown hair? I did. Until now.
They might occur in armpits, head, neck, legs, face or pubic region. Even though you get waxed regularly, this problem never seems to go away. There are a number of ways to prevent them.
Frankly speaking, it is only recently that I've discovered the true power of make-up. It gives you so much confidence. I mean, I did apply a few things - kajal and a lip gloss. But I stoped there.
Tapioca pearls or Sabudana Vada is an Indian snack, basically a ball made of sabudana, ground pulses and spices and deeply fried. Yes, it is deeply fried. But then it's okay to be sinful once in a while. After all, we are not doing it everyday. This is an irresistible and delicious snack.
Wikipedia says puffed rice (also called mamra in Indian local language) is a type of puffed grain from the Indian subcontinent, made from rice, commonly used in breakfast cereal or snack foods, and served as a popular street food in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.
I'm not a chef. But I'm passionate about food - the tradition of it, cooking it, and sharing it. -Zac Posen I love food. The eating part. But I haven't really loved cooking until now. I do love to look at food photographs, the ones that are cleanly clicked, the colorful ones, the simple ones, [...]