Carrot recipes- The smell of grated carrot cooking in condensed milk and pure ghee lingers in many North Indian homes and marks the beginning of a chilly winter, and the carrot season. Gorgeous red coloured ...
Warm yourself up this winter with the recipe of this immunity-boosting and delicious carrot soup.
Of course, we have heard about how good a carrot is for our bodily health, including eyes and hair; but the fact that it is a great skin booster is something unheard of.
Carrots belong to the family of root vegetables and even though we commonly see and use only red and orange carrots they are available in black, purple, yellow and white colours too.
It's the best time to enjoy fresh and seasonal carrots and as much as we love the crunchiness of carrots in our salads, we cannot wait to feast on some exciting carrot desserts this winter.
Fitness trainer Yasmin Karachiwala’s savoury snack idea of carrot fries is a winner for us.
Traditionally too, a glass of carrot juice has been deemed to be the magic potion for many health woes.Wondering which ones are the best source of nutrition? Here's the verdict.
Carrots can be fashioned into savoury and sweet dishes as well and although they're probably the healthiest when you eat them raw, they might not be the tastiest veggies out there, on their own.
As much as we love to eat carrots (think gajar ka halwa), it is said that the best way of having this veggie is in its raw form. Here's why..
If you too are a fan of carrots like us, you must try using the carrot tops too. Yes, you heard us. Carrot tops are full of nutrition and can help fortify you within.