Butter murukku is an all-time favourite savoury of Indians. While this delicacy is heaven in the mouth, it is deep-fried, which makes it unhealthy. Now that times have changed, we can restore the authentic taste while avoiding the risk factors th...
Chocolate makes anything better! So why not pair it with something healthy? Chocolate rava laddu is an easy to make 'five ingredients' recipe. This no-cook dessert is happiness in five minutes.
Yes! you read it right! What a great way to give medu vadas a healthy makeover! Adding bread makes your vadas crunchier and tastier! Try this on Janmashtami day.
Almonds are undoubtedly the healthiest nut, somehow disliked by many children. So what can make an almond kheer excite the little ones - caramel! Caramel adds a distinctive flavour to the kheer making it hard to resist!
A 25-minute easy to make tea snack, has now become as healthier as it can be! Seedai is often made with salt or sugar, and both are equally tasty. Baking seedai is a good way to avoid deep frying.
Thattai is a thick deep fried snack made with rice flour. There is more than one twist that you can bring to this savoury by adding anything you wish. Some thattai varieties include masala thattai, pepper thattai, and keera thattai.
Using millets in your everyday snack is a wise and easy way to keep you healthy. Thenkuzhal is a crunchy and tasty snack made during festivals.
What happens when you bring two favourite dishes together - Pasta and Payasam. It's an inevitable Christmas in the mouth. Pasta payasam is a best blend of tradition and modernisation.