Groundnut oil is one of the most popular oils in the world for sauting, grilling and deep-frying because of its high smoke point.
Deliciously crunchy and nutty, peanuts make for an amazing snack any time of the year. In winters though, nuts become even more sought after. Roast them, fry them and add them in just about anything
Peanut soup for winter diet: This wholesome and hearty soup made with peanuts is a satiating dinner by itself. Try this recipe this winter season!
Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar too recently shared a video about healthy fats that should be brought back in the diet.
Pearled spelt is rather like pearl barley but cooks more quickly and has a more interesting texture.The recipe In a deep casserole, brown four large chicken thighs in 3 tbsp of groundnut oil. As they ...
I have heard of blended whiskeys. But this was the first time I was hearing of blended oils.The packet claimed that it's an olive oil and then when I looked closely, it read blended oil. ...
Experience has taught Duval Timothy of The Groundnut supperclub trio that a bit of ingenuity can go a long way especially in a salad. Here he combines toasted surplus rice with tantalising flavours for ...
Olive oil may have become a staple for most home chefs, but there are others worth considering.
Did you know - The dietary experiments of Mahatma Gandhi reached a point wherein he stopped eating all spices and only consumed boiled or raw food?
Many theories have been surrounding this myth (or fact), but none of them have been proved. Here are some of the reasons why you shouldn't be sipping on water after munching on these delights.