Mornings are the busiest time of the day. We all hustle to get up on time and get ready for work. Amidst all the chaos comes the struggle of ‘What’s for breakfast?” After all, food is the fuel of our body that allows us to stay alert and active throughout the day.

Due to lack of time, breakfast escapes our attention completely and we end up making unhealthy choices that lead to lack of energy and hunger all day long.  It is important to start your day with protein-packed food that is high in carbs. Something that makes you feel full and helps get throughout the day. Here are some healthy, easy, and yummy breakfast recipes that won’t take much of your time and are easy to make on the go.

Sooji Upma- Sooji upma is a delicious South Indian breakfast dish prepared with the help of roasted semolina and green veggies. It is easy to make and full of nutrition.
Sooji Upma
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Preparation Time Cook Time Total Time
5 mins 15 mins 20 mins


Servings- 2

  • ½ cup sooji
  • 1 ½ cups water
  • 1 small finely chopped onion
  • ½ tsp urad dal
  • ½ tsp chana dal
  • 2-3 tsp peanuts
  • ½ tsp mustard seeds
  • 8-10 cashews
  • 1-2 finely chopped chilies
  • ½ tsp finely chopped ginger
  • Curry leaves
  • 2-3 tsp cooking oil
  • 1 tsp ghee
  • Salt as required
Preparation Steps:
  • Fry sooji on a low flame for at least 5 minutes.
  • Heat oil in a pan. Add mustard seeds, chana dal, urad dal, and peanuts and sauté until they turn light brown in color.
  • Next, add cashew nuts, green chilies, and chopped ginger and fry until they turn brown.
  • Add curry leaves and fry it for a few seconds.
  • Now add chopped onions and sauté until they are translucent.
  • Add water and soil and let it boil.
  • Now slowly start adding sooji and stir continuously to avoid the formation of lumps.
  • Mix it well, cover the pan, and let it cook over a medium flame for about 3-5 minutes or until sooji gets cooked.
  • In the last step, add ghee to it, mix until well combined and your sooji upma is ready to serve with hot ginger tea.
Poha- Poha is a quick and easy breakfast meal made of flattened rice, onions, and Indian spices.
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Preparation Time Cook Time Total Time
5 mins 15 mins 20 mins


Servings- 2

  • 1 ½ cups poha (flattened rice)
  • 1 large finely chopped onion
  • ¼ tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp mustard seeds
  • 2-3 tsp peanuts
  • 1 chopped green chili
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 10-12 curry leaves
  • 10-12 coriander leaves
  • 1-2 tsp cooking oil
  • Salt as required
Preparation Steps:
  • Rinse poha in water till they lose their crunchiness and become soft.
  • Now add sugar, salt, and turmeric powder to poha and mix it well
  • Heat oil in a pan. Add mustard seeds and wait for them to crackle.
  • Now, add onions to the oil and sauté them till they become translucent.
  • Add green chilies and curry leaves and sauté for half a minute. Then add peanuts and stir well.
  • Next, add rinsed poha and stir. Cover the pan and steam the poha for 2-3 minutes on a low flame.
  • Switch off the gas and let the poha remain covered for 1-2 minutes.
  • Now, remove the cover and sprinkle some lemon juice and coriander leaves on poha. The light and tasty poha is ready to serve with hot tea/coffee.
Vegetable Egg Omelette- A vegetable omelette is a dish made from beaten eggs friend with green veggies in butter or oil.
Vegetable Egg Omelette
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Preparation Time Cook Time Total Time
2 mins 3 mins 5 mins


Serving- 1

  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp finely chopped onions
  • Chopped green chilies
  • 1 tsp finely chopped tomato
  • 1 tsp finely chopped capsicum
  • A pinch of turmeric
  • Salt as required
  • 1 tsp oil or butter
  • Finely chopped coriander leaves
Preparation Steps:
  • Firstly, chop onions, tomatoes, capsicum, chilies, and coriander leaves finely. Mix them together in a bowl with salt and turmeric.
  • Break the eggs in that bowl and beat them well until they are foamy.
  • Add oil to a pan and heat on a medium flame.
  • Pour the egg mixture in the pan and allow to cook on a medium flame.
  • Once it is cooked well on one side, flip it to the other side and cook till done. You can sprinkle pepper or chili powder as per your taste.
  • The omelette is ready to serve with bread and tea.
Oats Porridge- A quick porridge made of oats, water, milk, and sugar.
Oats Porridge
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Preparation Time Cook Time Total Time
5 min  10 mins 15 mins


Serving- 1

  • 1/2 cooking oats
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 2 tsp sugar
Preparation Steps:
  • Put oats in a pan, pour in milk and water. Do check the consistency as per your requirement.
  • Add sugar to the mixture. You can also skip adding sugar if you are thinking to add fruits in the later stage.
  • Stir it well and heat the porridge mixture on a low to medium flame.
  • Stir the mixture often and allow the oats porridge to boil.
  • The consistency of the porridge will thicken as it cooks. Cook the mixture for at least 5 to 6 minutes.
  • Your oats porridge is ready to serve hot.
Besan Cheela- It is a salty and tasty pancake made up of besan, spices, veggies, and herbs, which is full of nutrition.
Besan Cheela
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Preparation Time Cook Time Total Time
6 mins 14 mins 20 mins


Servings- 4

  • 1 cup besan
  • ½ tsp ajwain
  • 1/8 tsp turmeric
  • Salt as required
  • 3 tsp finely chopped onions
  • 3 tsp finely chopped tomatoes
  • 1 finely chopped green chili
  • 1 tsp grated ginger
  • A few chopped coriander leaves
  • Cooking oil or ghee
  • 1 cup of water
Preparation Steps:
  • Add besan, ajwain, turmeric, and salt to a bowl and mix everything well.
  • Now, add ginger, onions, tomatoes, chilies and coriander leaves. Pour water and make a thick batter with a pourable consistency.
  • Heat a pan and add a few drops of oil to it.
  • Reduce the flame to medium and allow it to heat.
  • Mix the batter firmly. Take a scoop of batter and pour it in the center of the pan and then quickly spread it in the round shape.
  • Drizzle some oil around the edges and center and allow it to cook until the edges leave the pan.
  • Now flip the Cheela to the other side and allow it to cook completely. You can press the edges with the help of a spatula and wait till the Cheela gets golden spots.
  • The besan Cheela is ready to serve with hot tea and sauce.

For women, they feel their hair is their asset. No doubt hair can make or break the look. Women are beautiful in their own way, but hair sure does enhances it more. Good hair is basically influenced by a lot of factors. That could be genetic, nutrients, age, hormones. Etc. We have all heard of food that are important in order to have healthy hair. If you have issues related to hair, you might want to have a check on your diet. For someone who isn’t blessed enough with genetics, that hair looks like commercial ready hair, that’s where nutrients-required-for-healthy-hair-enriched-food comes in. A lot of women complain about hair thinning while ageing, age’s a major factor where to have hair issues. Again, to combat hair thinning or any other issue while ageing one need proper nutrients enriched diet.

If you get influenced by fashion bloggers, actresses or commercial models looking like a dream is because they have tons of filters in their pictures, gets their videos photoshopped and layers of chemical making them look like that. Filters and photoshopping are not possible in real life, but chemicals are. But why torture your hair where you can get them to look naturally good. In this blog, you wouldn’t read anything that hasn’t been said before but if it’s being told so many times it works. Read further to know the 5 foods that are best to have a lustrous mane!

1.    Egg
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Eggs, world known remedy for healthy locks. They are enriched with Vitamin B- a vitamin that is required to help with hair growth. If you’re diet lack biotin, you’re more likely to experience hair loss. Eggs aren’t everyone’s preference, like vegetarians. For them, the alternatives for biotin are almonds & avocados. Including eggs in your diet or if you cannot intake try an egg hair mask (best home remedy for hair ever).

2.    Fish
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Deficiency of iron can keep shining odd from your dome. To have a fair amount of balance of iron in your body, try Fish! Healthy omega 3 acids in the body help foster hair growth & sheen. Salmon is the fatty fish for hair. For people who cannot have fish, can have these nutrients through supplements or leafy vegetable, flaxseeds, soy or canola oil works just how fish does. These would provide the omega 3 acids to your body & hair.  One way to have omega 3 acids for hair is by using fish oil.

3.    Soymilk/Soybean
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Soybean is a popular choice for nutrients in the diet for vegetarians. It’s a rich source for omega 3 fatty acids, iron, calcium, vitamins B & K, protein. Soybean perfect hair food fights three issues at one time, dry hair, hair loss, & hair that has lost shine. Combat all this with soybeans and soymilk. They provide the proper nourishment and is definitely beneficial for damaged hair.

4.    Citrus Fruits
Citrus Fruits
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This category of fruits includes lime, oranges, grapefruits & lemons. They have a high citric acid content and contains a high level of Vitamin C. To have shiny, soft & long locks make citrus fruits your friend. Vitamin C is a magic nutrient for healthy hair. Citrus fruits help in fighting dandruff, strengthening hair and also prevents hair loss. It locks the shine in your hair and removes the dullness making them look dreamy.

5.    Figs (Anjeer)
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The last food on this list is Fig or Anjeer in Hindi. Not a lot of you might be aware of this fruit providing all the right nutrients one needs to make hair grow fast & long. This fruit or dry fruit rich in calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, vitamins A & C. Figs also help in conditioning the hair.

We are sure you’re somewhat sorted but if you still encounter hair issues even after a healthy diet you can consider a hair dermatologist. But give these ones a try and we’re sure the results would reflect on your mane.

If you say you do not like beer and still wandering over this blog, you are lying! Everyone loves beer. It is so refreshing and light! In summers, it is my go-to drink. With the godly drink, comes its followers. There are different types of Beer Drinkers and they are very typical:

The Fancy One
The Fancy One
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This person knows all the fancy beer names. When they order a beer, it’s almost like they’re ordering a fancy cocktail with a very complicated name. They are very particular about what beer they’re having and would simply reject the regular brands!

The “Ek Hi Piyunga”
The “Ek Hi Piyunga”
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This one person will always be very reluctant with the idea of having a beer. His only excuse is “Ghar jana h, Smell ayegi!”

He would always stop after 2 pints because he is scared that he would be sloshed and that lovely smell of beer would be all over him!

Drunk After One Beer
Drunk After One Beer
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We all have that one friend who is really enthusiastic about plans. When you name the beer, they get excited and start telling you their stories about how they finished bottles after bottles! They will take your expectations to another level, but when you actually sit down with them, they start tripping after 2 sips. After one bottle, they are barely able to say their own name. These people can not tolerate their beer yet love to boast!

The Brewed Beer Only
The Brewed Beer Only
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Brewed beer is amazing! It definitely is but, you can’t have it all the time. I mean it wouldn’t be available everywhere! This one person would refuse to have anything other than brewed beer. As per them, brewed beer is the real deal!

The One Who Loves Beer Pong
The One Who Loves Beer Pong
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These type of people do not usually drink beer but only when he is playing beer pong! This one person would be ready to play beer pong any time of the day.

The Guru
The Guru
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This one person knows everything about beer. They will tell you the name brand or flavor with just one sip. The guru knows everything about beer like- how is every brand pronounced, which one is strong, which one is light, where can you find the best-brewed beer, where can you find the cheapest beer, etc.

If you wish to try something new, you can trust this person for advice.

The “Beer Is Water” Guy
The “Beer Is Water” Guy
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Beer is water to them! They finish their beer faster than a thirsty guy from the street drinks water. They sneakily finish the entire crate of beer at the party and stand straight! Beer is literally water to them.

 Stuck On One Pint
 Stuck On One Pint
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You will meet this person at the beginning of a party with a pint of beer in their hand. Towards the end of the party, they will still have the same pint in their hand.  They drink their beers slower than the kid who hates milk, finishes his evening dose of punishment!

Beer Anytime
Beer Anytime
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These kind of people are my favorite! No matter what they’re doing or where they are, if you offer them beer, they will be there! These kind of people are always up for some good beer. They are always up for a beer, regardless of the time!

These are a few typical types of beer drinkers. Do you fall in any of these categories?


If you ask 100 people what was their first alcoholic beverage? 90 would answer “BEER”!

Beer is love, Beer is life!

Hot summers, Chilled Beer with drops of condensation. You take a sip, and it slides down your throat giving you a bittersweet taste of freedom and relief! That’s what I imagine when I imagine summers.

If you love beer the way I do then, you must be aware of the line “Tu Beer Hai!”

Since Bangalore is home to micro-breweries, it is a must visit place for beer lovers. If you do, you must check out these amazing places:

Toit Brewpub, Indiranagar
Toit Brewpub
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Most of the offices are nearby Indiranagar & Toit Brewpub is right in the middle of Indiranagar. This means the office going millennials can enjoy a beer every now & then. The place has some really interesting beer flavours from Belgian Riot to Mosambi Wheat! These beers are made from natural ingredients without the use of any artificial flavours or chemicals. Apart from heavenly beers, they have some really delicious food.
Must Try: The Dark Knight Beer & Pepperoni Pizza

Address: 298, 100 Ft Rd, Indira Nagar II Stage, Bengaluru 560038, Karnataka

 The Bier Library, Kormangala
The Bier Library
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The Bier Library is the place for a perfect date! It has indoor & outdoor seating options available. The place has a super chic vibe with a small pond in the outdoor seating area. With Bangalore’s pleasant weather, sitting outside with your special someone or your friends will positively turn out to be a magical experience for you! They have amazing beer options from German Lager to Fruity Aroma Beers which will leave you wanting for more and more. When it comes to food, this place wouldn’t disappoint you.

Must Try: The Further-Lager Beer & Habanero Spiced-Wings

Address: 14, Patel Narayana Reddy Layout, 80 Feet Main Road, Koramangala 6th Block, Bangalore

Byg Brewsky, Sarjapur Road
Byg Brewsky
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Looking for a chill place to hang out with your friends over the weekend? Byg Brewsky is the place for you! The place has reserved & relaxed ambience with indoor and outside sittings available. You can sit back, sip your heavenly beer by the serene pool and de-stress yourself! They have a few options in beer but each one of them is super good. Must Try: Belgian Wit Beer & The Signature Nachos

Address: Sarjapur Road, Behind MK Retail, Before WIPRO Corporate Office, Bangalore.

Murphy’s Brewhouse- The Paul Bangalore, Domlur
Murphy’s Brewhouse
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Murphy’s is known to be the Bangalore’s first Irish Brewhouse with amazing flavours of craft beers. The place has the perfect weekend vibes where you can hang out with your friends and enjoy some transcendent bands! The place has remarkable Irish brews like Paddy’s Poison- English Ale with hints of honey & spices, Holly Sally- Belgian wheat beer blended with orange & coriander and Good Golly- The perfect German Lager!

Must Try: Paddy’s Poison Beer & Mongolian Lamb

Address: The Paul Bangalore, 139/28, Opposite Embassy Golf Links, Off Intermediate Ring Road, Domlur, Bangalore.

 Vapour Pub & Brewery, Indiranagar
 Vapour Pub & Brewery
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Spent way too much this month? You can still enjoy a fresh beer at Vapour! You don’t need any fancy names for real beers. They have Basmati to Wheat brewed beers available and, they are the real deal! The place is known for some hosting some real voguish parties & ladies night. The food is simply lip-smacking in here, so you must visit this place while you’re in Bangalore. Oh, and did I mention they have beer cocktails too?

Must Try: Vapour Basmati Beer &  Mushroom Duplex

Address: 773, HAL 2nd Stage, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore

Seriously, what are you even waiting for? Weekend? I get it! Go ahead and enjoy a heavenly beer with a breathtakingly beautiful view. These micro-breweries are the reason why deciding weekend plans is not a hustle in Bangalore!

There isn’t anything so bad that a cup of coffee can’t fix!

Exhausted? Grab a cup of coffee.

Having a rough day? Drink some coffee.

Not a morning person? Coffee would give you the energy to face the world.

Coffee must get an award for not just being the best hot beverage but also for keeping people calm amidst the daily turmoil. There is something special about it that besides being not-so-healthy people keep going back for more.

People’s love for coffee is so strong that there are actually terms that define the intensity of their affection for this beverage. Coffeegasm means that little rush you feel after that first sip of good, strong coffee & Procaffeinating means the tendency to not start anything until you’ve had a cup of coffee.

Here, we will talk about different types of coffee drinkers who are almost horrendous when they haven’t had their coffee. For them, coffee comes first and then the whole world!

Instant Coffee Drinkers
Instant Coffee Drinkers
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No, they don’t have time for your fancy coffees. All they need is some hot water and instant coffee sachet and they are good to go. Don’t you even dare to comment on their instant coffee preparation methods. They know what they want from their coffee and they doing it rightly.

Espresso Lovers

For these coffee addicts, instant coffee is a big no-no. They only appreciate their black coffee prepared using the finest Arabic beans. Yes, with no milk at all! Because once you go black, you cannot go back to white.

Fancy Coffee Fans
Fancy Coffee Fans
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These coffee drinkers want everything in their coffee ranging from milk, foam to chocolate powder. Where some people struggle to even pronounce coffee names correctly, these people consume latte, cappuccinos, macchiato, and mochaccino like water and actually know everything about them.

Cold Coffee Lovers
Cold Coffee Lovers
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These coffee snobs love their cold coffee more than most things in life. They simply cannot function without their coffee, but after consuming it, they come up with the most creative ideas. If you ever get a chance to test, you’ll find more coffee in their veins as compared to blood.

Occasional Coffee Drinkers
Occasional Coffee Drinkers
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These people can go for days without sipping coffee. But they never mind enjoying a hot cup of coffee occasionally on a date or along with friends. And sometimes they crave for coffee just because it smells great. They do not share a love-hate relationship with this hot beverage compared to other types of coffee drinkers.

Caffeine Addicts
Caffeine Addicts
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You would be surprised to know that caffeine addicts don’t actually care about the taste of coffee. They just need their regular dose (10-12 cups of coffee per day) to function properly. Because trust us without it they look like dehydrated zombies and you would not want to talk to them when they are not at their best behavior.

Frappuccino Lovers
Frappuccino Lovers
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For these types of drinkers, coffee is all about more cream, sugar, and syrup. Actually drinking coffee is their excuse to gobble whipped cream and sauces, which are in more quantity in their cup than actual coffee.

Decaffeinated Coffee Drinkers
Decaffeinated Coffee Drinkers
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97% of the original caffeine must be removed from coffee in order to be labeled as decaffeinated. The decaffeinated coffee lovers like coffee for taste and not for its effect. In fact, decaf is good for the liver and reduces the risk of diabetes as well.

Soy/Almond/Rice/Coconut Coffee People
Soy Almond Rice Coconut Coffee People
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These people keep finding new and exciting ways to ruin the taste of coffee. Some may do it because of the dietary requirements. While others are willing to do it just because the internet said that it holds certain health benefits. These coffee experiments are nothing but compromise with the flavor and quality of true coffee.

Elite Kopi Luwak Drinkers
Elite Kopi Luwak Drinkers
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All the coffee lovers out there must know that Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world. It is a type of coffee that is made from the coffee beans, which are excreted whole in the droppings of the Asian palm civet. While most of us can only try it once in a lifetime, there are some serious Kopi Luwak lovers who take great pride in being able to afford to drink it daily. Hence the name elite Kopi Luwak lovers!

The Connoisseur
The Connoisseur
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They only like to drink the best coffee. No compromise with that! And they can actually enlighten you with their knowledge of the best coffee beans, how to brew them and how to drink them. They know when to brew a coffee in a French press or use some other fancy gadget to brew the Columbian coffee beans. Being an expert, they never shy away to try new brewing methods.

“Post on Instagram” Type
“Post on Instagram” Type
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For these people, it’s not about the taste of the coffee. They choose the coffee that looks best so that they can get an awesome picture to post on Instagram. You can easily spot them in fancy coffee shops capturing their coffee shots under the perfect lighting. They don’t even finish their coffee most of the time.

So, what’s your type?

Chicken is the supreme non-vegetarian food enjoyed by many people across the world. Each culture and country have a traditional way of preparing chicken with their kind of favorite spices and methods. India is a vibrant nation and I guess every state comes up with its unique chicken preparation. For example, Butter Chicken is Delhi’s favorite while Kosha Mangsho is Kolkata’s signature. Inspired by many chicken dishes, I never stop experimenting a bit in my kitchen. So, during the last get-together with close friends, I prepared this “Lemon Garlic Creamy Chicken” and the results were outstanding. This chicken dish is delicious, juicy, creamy, and full of flavors. I didn’t use any ginger for this preparation and the result is still amazing.

Take a look at the process of Lemon Garlic Creamy Chicken and enjoy with your pals.

Step 1: For Marinade:

Chicken: 1 Kg

Salt: 2 Tsp

Lemon: 3 if big and 4 if small

Black Pepper: 5 Tsp

Oregano: 3 Tsp

Marinade Process:
  • Bring the chicken and wash it very well.
  • Now, squeeze the lemons and keep it aside.
  • Take a big bowl and place the washed chicken pieces followed by lemon juice. Massage the lemon juice nicely on the chicken pieces.
  • Now sprinkle all the dry ingredients – salt, black pepper, & oregano.
  • Spread them well and keep the chicken in refrigerator for minimum 30 minutes and maximum 2 hours.
Step 2: Fry The Chicken

Oil – 3-4 Tsp

Butter – 2 Tsp

Garlic – 10-12 Finely Chopped

Frying Process:
  • Take out the chicken from the refrigerator and allow it to stand the room temperature for like 20 minutes.
  • Heat some oil and butter in the frying pan.
  • Sprinkle some salt on it and some garlic.
  • Fry the chicken in a batch of 4-5 pieces.
  • Make sure that you put few finely chopped garlic cloves, every time you put the fresh batch of chicken to fry.
  • The fried chicken should have a golden brown color and prick the chicken to check its softness. While frying the chicken, your chicken should be 80% cooked.

Tip To Remember: The basic reason for frying the chicken is to enhance the taste. Frying the chicken before preparing the gravy adds crunchiness to the chicken pieces, makes them softer, and easier to digest. So, never forget this step of frying chicken well before going for the gravy process.

Step 3: For Gravy

Onion – 3 to 4 large

Garlic – 30 cloves

Butter – 20 grams

Cooking Oil – 4-5 Tsp

Fennel Seeds – ½ Tsp

Cumin Seeds – 1 Tsp

Salt – As Per Taste

Sugar – Just About a Pinch

Cumin Powder – 2 Tsp

Coriander Powder – 1 Tsp

Cashew Nuts – 10-12 Pieces

Milk – 3 Cups

Yoghurt – ½ Cup

Green Chilies – 5/6 Pieces

Black Pepper – 5-6 Tsp

Gravy Making Process:
  • Make a paste of the cashew nuts with water and keep it aside.
  • Take one onion and prepare a paste with the green chilies with a spoon of curd and 1 spoon of water in it.
  • Longitudinally slice rest of the onions.
  • Peel the garlic cloves and finely chop them.
  • Whisk the ½ cup of curd very well so that there are no lumps at all.
  • Take a clean wok or kadhai and put the oil followed by butter.
  • Once the oil+butter heat up, add the fennel seeds followed by cumin seeds. Let them crackle and then put the sliced onions.
  • Fry the onions for 3-4 minutes and then add the chopped garlic cloves and keep the flame on medium.’
  • Keep on stirring every now and then for 5-6 minutes so that the onion and garlic don’t stick to the bottom.
  • Take the cumin powder and coriander powder in a bowl and mix in 3-4 spoons of water or as much as required. Now pour this in the fried onion & garlic.
  • Let the spice mix well with onion & garlic.
  • Now add the onion paste and close the lid for 2 minutes.
  • Once the onion paste has left the raw smell, add the whisked curd & cashew nut paste and stir very well so that everything mixes properly.
  • Put the instructed amount of black pepper at this stage and let this mixture boil for about 3-4 minutes.
  • Now pour the milk and give a nice stir.
  • See the consistency and you can add some water because once the whole mix cools down, it will thicken more.
  • After adding the milk let the mix boil for 5 minutes and then add the fried chicken pieces in it.
  • Pour some water and close the lid for 7 minutes so that the chicken pieces soak the amazing spices well.
Step 4: Garnishing & Presentation

Coriander Leaves – 3 Tsp Finely chopped

Cream – About 6-7 Tsp (for whole 1 Kg)

  • Slit Green Chilies – 4 or 5 (or more depending on taste)
  • Once the chicken is cooked, divide it in separate bowls depending on the number of people to be served.
  • Now, garnish every chicken bowl well.
  • Sprinkle the coriander leaves and green chilies first followed by cream.

Enjoy this tasty chicken with paratha, roti, or any preparation of rice.

Food is Happiness!

-Every Foodie Ever

Paranthas are in a true sense the definition of love! After Punjab, it’s Delhi known for consuming Paranthas. Now imagine your favorite breakfast, being served in a gigantic size with lots of butter, pickle & curd. It does sound like dream come true to me!

So Delhiites, Brace yourselves for the largest Parantha in the town because Prisha Parantha Junction in Uttam Nagar has them.

Why is The Parantha so Special?
Why is The Parantha so Special?
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As kids, we all have dreamt of really big chocolates, pizzas or other food items, those weird dreams where food is bigger than human beings. If you say you haven’t ever thought about it, you are lying!

These king-sized paranthas may not be bigger than an adult human but it is gigantic. It weighs approximately 1.2 Kgs & is 2 feet long! Yes, that is right! These paranthas are really big like they’ve been prepared for hulk’s morning breakfast. It is nearly impossible for one person to finish one parantha.

With a variety of over 50 paranthas, they are not only a delight to look at but they are extremely scrumptious. Every bite of this parantha is gratifying & fills your heart with awe.


This big of a parantha definitely needs special preparation! Prepared with 2 layers of dough, which is approximately 600 gms of flour, these paranthas are stuffed and loaded with delicious fillings. They are prepared using desi ghee & to add flavor spices like garam masala, chaat masala, & aam chur are used which make the parantha even more delicious! To pamper your taste buds, even more, you can get them customized as per your flavor.


These 2 feet paranthas are served with lots of butter, freshly made raita, spicy pickle & mint chutney! What more do you need?  These are all the most perfect condiments to be served with a delectable parantha! My personal favorite is having paranthas with butter, what is yours? Also, I would personally advise having the parantha with a cup of tea!

Pricing & Location

The gigantic paranthas served with flavorsome condiments are really affordable! It costs approximately Rs. 300, depending upon what parantha you’re ordering. If you wish to enjoy some really good food and your budget is low, you know the place!

The shop is located in Uttam Nagar with a really small indoor seating area, but it is definitely not difficult to find because it’s famous. You ask anyone in Uttam Nagar where Prisha Parantha Junction is, and they’ll guide you.

Devour the Parantha Challenge
Devour the Parantha Challenge
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Now comes the most captivating thing about the place, the parantha challenge!

The challenge is very simple, you have to finish 3 of these king-sized paranthas in 60 minutes.

What’s in it for you? A cash prize of Rs. 11,000/-

That’s right, you will be paid to eat these mouth-watering paranthas! Isn’t that what the dream is? Get paid to eat!

In case if you are planning to take up this challenge, then you better go empty stomach because they’re cooked in desi ghee with lots of stuffing which makes it really heavy. One parantha is sufficient for 3 to 4 people, imagine eating 3 of them alone!

In a Nut Shell

Weight & Size of the Parantha- 1.2 Kgs & 2 Feet

Pricing- Rs. 300/- Approx.

The Challenge- Devouring 3 Paranthas in 60 minutes will win you Rs. 11,000/-

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Bengalis are known to be foodies and that is evident with their bulging bellies (of course, I am not talking about a Bipasha Basu or Sharmila Tagore). Be it summer, monsoon, or winter – their plate is always ready with something special! Every season has some kinds of a special dish that are cooked on festive moments in those seasons and sent to people as greetings. So, winter is here and the kitchen of Bengali households are smelling of jaggery – made from date palms! The sweet fragrance of this jaggery is mesmerizing and a particular dessert item called “Nolen Gurer Payesh” is made out of this jaggery. The fresh jaggery from date palms are available in plenty during the winter season and thus wear your chef cap and enjoy this sweet & nostalgic ride.

Recipe of Nolen Gurer Payesh:
What All You Require?
  • Gobindo Bhog Rice (For Best Results) or Any Rice – 200 gms
  • Date Palm Jaggery – ½ cup
  • Clarified Butter or Ghee – 1 tsp
  • Full Cream Milk – 1 Liter
  • Bay Leaf – 1 Piece
  • Cardamom Powder – ½ Tsp
  • For Garnishing, use Chopped Nuts & Raisins
How To Proceed?
  • Soak the rice first for at least 30 minutes after cleaning it once or twice.
  • Take a thick bottom pan and pour milk and boil it on low to medium heat.
  • Stir continuously as the milk should not stick at the bottom.
  • Add bay leaf and cardamom powder for that nice fragrance.
  • Check the consistency of milk after some time.
  • Once the milk starts to thicken, add the soaked rice and keep stirring.
  • The rice would cook in this boiled milk and once the rice is cooked or becomes soft, add jaggery.
  • Let this mixture boil for 10-12 minutes.
  • The enticing fragrance would fill your kitchen.
  • You need to check the sweetness at this stage. If you want it sweeter add more jaggery.
  • Also, check the consistency at this stage. If you like the payesh to be thicker in consistency, then let this mixture boil for some more time.
  • Once you get the desired consistency of the Nolen Gurer Payesh, add the chopped nuts and raisins.
  • Some like this Nolen Gurer Payesh warm while some like it cold. So, serve in nice designer bowls as per that choice.
Luchi Payesh
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How & When Nolen Gurer Payesh Is Eaten?

Traditionally, Nolen Gurer Payesh is served after a “Bengali Bhuribhoj” – a scrumptious platter of at least 10-12 items. During the winter season, all the biyebari or wedding occasions are incomplete without this unique dish. Nolen Gurer Payesh is generally cooked on Makar Sankranti with the new rice that is produced in this season. Then it becomes a weekly treat and every Sunday it is served either after that overloaded Bengali lunch platter mentioned before or at breakfast or dinner. At breakfast or dinner this Nolen Gurer Payesh is served with a triangle or round-shaped Parathas or those white, innocent, & hot luchis (the Bengali version of Bhatura but crispier in taste & smaller in size).

Three most loved things in the world- Oreo, Chocolate & Cake. And here we bring you a delicious amalgam of the three. This blend can make you go week in the knees. Keep reading to get a new obsession added to your list. What makes this blog different is I’m going to help you make it in a pressure cooker. Yes, you read it right! Let’s ditch our new age-baking-made-easy-friend, The Oven! This recipe has some cool things, you’ll get to know further.

Too much of words, right? Let’s get baking…

Below are the ingredients you’d need.

  • 3 Big Packets of Chocolate Oreo Biscuit.
  • 1 ½ Cups of lukewarm milk.
  • 2 TBSP of grounded/powdered sugar.
  • 1 TBSP of Baking soda.
  • 2 TSP of Cocoa Powder.
  • 1 TSP of Vanilla Essence.
  • 2 Small cups of Sea salt or sand.
  • 2 TSP of Refined oil or butter.
  • An Aluminum cake molding pan.
  • Heavy & thick bottomed 5 to 6-liter Aluminum cooker.

With this recipe, you can serve 3-4 people and it takes 30-40 minutes to cook depending upon the amount of heat. And if you wish to bake this same cake in an oven because you cannot wait this long, simply preheat your oven at 180 degrees and place the baking pan inside and set it for 10-15 minutes. But keep checking in between. It clearly depends on the moisture of the cake.

oreo cake
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Here’s the recipe:

Since we are not using flour, crush all the Oreo biscuits that you have in a grinder. I personally crush it with a rolling pin and beat them all up inside the packet itself. (I know, LOL!) Now that you have the flour alternative. In this, add cocoa powder, baking powder/soda, sugar, vanilla essence and blend it well in the blender. Next, pour the milk in the mixture and again blend it in the blender.

Once everything’s blended well, pour this thick batter into the baking pan that you’re going to use. Before you pour the batter, grease it with the oil or butter. Lay down a butter paper if you’d like it. I personally don’t use that. Oh btw, did you notice the binding agent that’s going to hold the mixture? There isn’t any. We used milk for the moisture and since it’s not flour you won’t be needing any binding agent.

Now for setting up the cooker:
  1. Use sea salt or sand as a layer between the pressure cooker and the pan.
  2. Remove the gasket (rubber ring) and went weight (whistle) from the lid.
  3. Recommended cooking on low flame.
  4. Use an aluminum cake pan because steel pans can make your cake burn. The aluminum cake pan that you use should be able to take dry heat. And must fit inside the cooker.

Prepare for the magic:

  1. Remove the gasket and went weight.
  2. Add cups of sea salt and spread it evenly.
  3. Now place the cooker on low flame on the stove top. Keep the flame low or sim.
  4. Keep a heatproof rack in the cooker.
  5. Place the cake pan on the rack.
  6. Secure the lid tightly & firmly!
  7. Cook the cake on a low flame. Keep checking in the middle with the help of a toothpick.
  8. Bake it till the toothpick comes out dry. It can depend on the heat honestly. There is no fixed time for it to get baked fully.

Now when you have the cake ready, you can wait for it to cool down. Or enjoy it while it’s hot. You can add chocolate sauce on top of it you wish to. Enjoy the delight!

Ginger is one of the easily available spices which is used profusely in Indian cuisine. But do you know ginger is actually a flowering plant whose rhizome or root portion is consumed? Ginger is native to Southeast Asia and was later transported to other parts of the world. The strong smell of ginger is an energy booster and relives various diseases. Ginger is loaded with healthy nutrients and bioactive compounds that have various health benefits. So, not only for the refreshing cup of tea in morning and evening but ginger is way more useful!

Explore Various Health Benefits of Ginger:
Gingerol Has Anti-Inflammatory & Antioxidant Properties

Ginger belongs to the Zingiberaceae family and is closely associated with turmeric, cardamom, and galangal. In fact, raw ginger and turmeric look almost the same. We use the root or rhizome part of ginger as a spice in various food and drinks. This ginger is a traditional medicine that helps in digestion, reduces nausea, and also aids in fighting against flu or the common cold. That strong smell of ginger comes from the natural oil of ginger named gingerol. This gingerol is responsible for the medicinal properties in ginger. It carries anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties which gives you a long, stress-free, and bright life. You may use it fresh, powdered, juice, or dried forms!

Treats Nausea & Morning Sickness

Ginger is believed to cure morning sickness, seasickness, and nausea. People who were susceptible to seasickness used to munch on ginger in ancient times. If you are suffering from nausea post any kind of surgery, then having ginger slices or ginger tea may prevent this nausea. It is also prescribed for cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy. Those pregnant women who have a tough time vomiting in the morning or at any time of the day can take ginger to mitigate this problem. But you must consult your doctor to know the exact dosage of ginger. But 1-1.5 grams of ginger is ok for consumption.

Ginger Relieves Muscle Pain & Soreness

In a recent study, it was revealed that the consumption of 2 grams of ginger daily reduced muscle pain among people performing elbow exercises. If you have joined gym recently and having pain or soreness in your body, then a daily consumption of ginger is suggested for easy relief. But remember that this is not a painkiller medicine that would give you some immediate relief. But consumption of ginger regularly would give you great results.

Ginger Helps In Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a common health problem these days. It leads to degeneration of the joints in the body leading to stiffness in the joints and joint pain. 247 people with osteoarthritis were studies and they were told to consume ginger daily. Those who consumed ginger regularly shown improvement and required less pain-related medication. The anti-inflammatory properties of ginger help in reduction of this osteoarthritis pain.

Blood Sugar & Heart Diseases Are Checked

Ginger has been found extremely useful in lowering the level of sugar in the blood. A research was conducted on 41 people with Type 2 Diabetes and they were given 2 grams of ginger powder daily and that led to lowering of blood sugar level by 12%. People who consume ginger in some form daily have a better heart condition. So, make it a practice to have ginger in your tea or soup or food and stay healthy!

Ginger Helps In Checking Indigestion

Ginger has been found beneficial in treating chronic indigestion. That’s why it is used as a spice in heavy food items too. In chronic indigestion or dyspepsia, there is a regular pain and discomfort in the upper part of the stomach. Emptying the stomach is a big problem among people who suffer from dyspepsia and ginger tea helps here.

Immensely Helpful In Reducing Menstrual Pain

There are very few women in this world who don’t suffer from menstrual pain which is also known as dysmenorrhea. Some women experience huge pain while some have mild pain and for all of them, ginger can play a crucial role. As said earlier that ginger helps in reduction of pain, it can also help in reduction of menstrual pain too. So, next time when your periods arrive, dint forget to munch some ginger slices or make ginger tea for easy-moving periods.

Ginger In Retaining Your Beauty

Regular consumption of ginger would make your body physically fit for sure but if you use ginger topically then also it would yield great results. Application of fresh ginger on the areas of your skin which have white marks or scars would give you an even tone skin. You may combine ½ cup sugar, 1/4th cup olive oil, 2 tsp of freshly grated ginger, and a dash of lemon zest to make a body scrub. This scrub would help you reduce cellulite.

There are antiseptic properties in ginger and that would help you get rid of dandruff too. You have to mix two parts of freshly grated ginger in three parts of olive or sesame oil and massage on your scalp. You may use ginger oil also for this purpose and keep it for 25 minutes before washing with shampoo. Do you know that ginger contains at least 40 antioxidant properties? So, actually, you can age in reverse by bringing more ginger in your food and drinks.

Enjoy a pain-free, stress-free, and beautifully fit life with the inclusion of ginger in your food and drinks!