Sabja / sweet basil seeds are power packed with nutrients & have immense health benifits – they are full of fiber thereby cleanse the inner stomach, helpful in weight reduction, used to treat digestion problems, cures constipation & bloating, treats acidity & heart burn, helpful to make your hair healthy and shining as it contains adequate amount of vitamin K, protein and iron, helpful to relive from skin infections, helpful to relieve respiratory disorder, sore throats, cough & flue, and also are helpful in controlling the blood sugar levels.
They are one of the best body coolants. They are known to lower your body heat, which is why it is often added to refreshing drinks 🍹/ desserts 🍧 during summer ☀️ ! Let’s c how to make falooda using these Sabja seeds…
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Palakhowa is a traditional milk sweet which can be prepared no time once the khoya is ready…
- 1C Homemade organic khoya
- 3/4C Organic raw sugar <add according to your taste>
- pinch of cardamom powder (optional)
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Though I don’t drink coffee I do love the aroma of fresh ground coffee powder. Btw my hubby starts his day with a strong cup of coffee ☕️ <though he drinks only 1 cup a day, he likes it real strong>. All these days I was using the instant coffee powder. But when ever I crossed the – coffee day’s fresh & ground store, I was very much temped to buy it and moreover fresh ground coffee powder can be bought unpacked, for those who aren’t aware of, I am very much inspired by Bea Johnson the pioneer of zerowaste movement, author & founder of zerowastehome,..<Btw even while buying instant coffee powder I always used to opt for the ones packed in glass jars and reuse them later as spice jars and now I don’t need more as my spice rack is full.>
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Mango is one of the delicious seasonal fruits grown in the tropics. If you have tasted the perfect Mangoes specially the organic ones from the farm you would definitely agree that they are exotic, super fruit & the king of fruits! It’s the most popular, nutritionally rich fruits with unique flavor, fragrance & taste and moreover one cup of mangos is just 100 calories – so it’s a satisfyingly sweet treat & is all packed with good and essential nutrients!
Each serving of mango is fat free, sodium free and cholesterol free. Mangos are loaded with vitamins and minerals – Vitamin A, B6, folate, C & K and moderate amount of copper, potassium, calcium, iron & dietary fibre. Hence have many health benefits – prevents cancer, lowers cholesterol, clears skin, improves eye health, improves digestion & boots immune system. Check out this article to know in detail about the health benefits.
Though nothing can beat the taste of the fruit as it is, you could try this mango milkshake / smoothie with the mangoes that are not so sweet in taste and it will get cleared up in no time..
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This recipe is specially for all those mango lovers out there… I’ve already shared my love 😍 for mangoes in my earlier post and homemade ice cream recipe too… The mad-over-mango fever made me try this mango ice cream 🍦 and my 4yr old LO loved it! He even complimented telling “it tastes yum 😋 n I liked it more than the one I had outside” < btw he had a mango ice cream from BR just few days back>, n I was flattered for that compliment 😃!
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Gulab jamun is a very familiar delicious Indian dessert, consisting of dumplings, traditionally made from solidified milk / khoya, mixed with flour and deep-fried in ghee to golden brown colour and then soaked in cardamom-scented sugar syrup. We often prepare this and is a favourite in the family. However this time I’ve also tried a twist by soaking them in höney 🍯 and it tasted real yum…
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Khoya can be used in preparing many dishes and Indian desserts like palkova , gulab jamun, carrot halwa, beetroot halwa, coconut & kova burfi etc. Stay tuned for the recipes.. Khoya is nothing but solidified milk. It’s real simple but takes about an hour to prepare. It requires occasional stirring, so in order to save time, you can simultaneously prepare this while cooking other dishes…
1 ltr organic whole milk
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