Food & Drinks

  • Is Baking Soda Healthy? Nutritionist Breaks Down The Truth

    Baking soda isn't just for baking anymore! But should you be adding it to your recipes? Nutritionist Amita Gadre spills the beans on whether it's a healthy choice for your body.

  • 5 Common Mistakes That Might Ruin Your Homemade Kulfi

    Kulfi Recipe: Do you find it challenging to make kulfi at home? Here are some simple tips that will help you achieve perfect results every time.

  • Masaba Gupta Announces Pregnancy: Here's What The Mommy-To-Be Is Craving

    Masaba Gupta and husband Satyadeep Mishra took to Instagram to announce their pregnancy on Thursday evening. Read on.

  • Ice Cream Going Bad? Avoid These 5 Mistakes While Storing Your Chilly Treat

    A bowl full of ice cream can evoke so many memories, but not storing it properly can ruin it. Read on to learn 5 mistakes to avoid while storing ice cream!

  • For The Love Of Chocolate Brownies: 4 Easy Ways To Make This Beloved Treat At Home

    Chocolate Brownie Recipe: If you're a chocolate brownie lover, here we'll be sharing with you four effortless ways in which you can make them.

  • Whip Up Healthy, Homemade Hide & Seek-Style Biscuits From Scratch (Recipe Inside)

    Most biscuits typically have all-purpose flour and sugar as their key ingredients. However, these chocolate biscuits are prepared with whole wheat flour and jaggery.

  • Beat The Heat With This Nutritionist-Approved Electrolyte Drink - Recipe Inside

    Electrolytes are substances that are essential for life. They carry a charge which ionizes when dissolved in water. Read on for details.

  • 5 Easy Ways To Store Half-Cut Fruits And Vegetables

    Once cut, fruits and vegetables tend to spoil in no time. With these 5 ways, you can increase the shelf life of your half-cut produce!

  • Do The Mangoes You Eat Contain Carbide? 4 Easy Tips To Find Out

    You will often find elders at home asking if the mangoes they are buying have carbide - a chemical used to ripen mangoes artificially. It is bad for health too.

  • No Tandoor? No Problem! 5 Tips For Restaurant-Quality Garlic Naan At Home

    Who needs takeout when you can whip up restaurant-quality garlic naan at home? With our simple steps, you'll be making mouthwatering garlic naan on tawa like a pro in no time!

  • I Tried A Week-Long Navratri Fasting For The First Time And Here Are My Two Cents

    A foodie attempts to follow a no-rice, no-wheat, no-ice cream, no-chocolate... fasting for a week, will she succeed?

  • Say Goodbye To Dull Hair With These 5 Easy-To-Make Detox Drinks

    Summer's scorching heat can leave our hair lifeless. But worry not, because we've got fabulously easy detox water recipes that'll have you looking and feeling gorgeously refreshed in no time!

  • Ram Navami 2024: 3 Classic South Indian Recipes For Ram Navami Celebration

    Many homes across South India typically serve panaka, buttermilk, and moong dal salad or kosambari during Ram Navami celebration.

  • Juices For Diabetics: What To Sip And What To Skip This Summer As Per Dietitian

    Diabetes Diet: Can diabetics drink all fruit juices? Here's what you need to know!

  • Enjoy Cutlets Without Guilt Now! 5 Ways To Make Them Healthier

    Healthy Cutlet Recipe: Do you wish to enjoy your favourite cutlets minus the guilt? Here are certain things that you can do to achieve this.

  • What Your Favourite Ice Cream Flavour Says About Your Personality

    Are you a chocolate ice cream person or a strawberry ice cream fan? Turns out your favourite scoop of ice cream can give an inside scoop of your personality.

  • 5 Mistakes You're Unknowingly Making While Washing Dishes

    Kitchen Tips: Do you wish for your utensils to be spick and span? Here are some easy tips that will help you achieve this effortlessly.

  • 5 Tips To Make Your Summer Beverages Healthier And Enjoy Them Guilt-Free

    Do you want to savour your summer beverages guilt-free? Below are some simple tips to help you achieve this.

  • Watch: Japanese Mango Sando Is The Ultimate Recipe For This Summer

    Traditionally, sando is made with untoasted Japanese milk bread (shokupan), which has a light and chewy texture, adding a layer of flavour to the dish.

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