Sweet and salty bacon wrapped around fresh water chestnuts makes for an unusual but delicious combination. It's bite-sized, savoury and addictive.
A healthy way to eat fruits and veggies!
Wok Tossed Veggies in Honey and Black Bean Glaze Recipe : Healthy veggies tossed in with chestnuts, shitake mushrooms, seasoning and dressing.
Shiitake Fried Rice with Water Chestnuts Recipe : Shiitake mushrooms, green chillies and water chestnuts stir fried with celery, leeks and seasoning.
Minced chicken stir fried with mushrooms, water chestnuts and radish and served on a bed of lettuce.
Asparagus, chestnuts and mushrooms weave in beautifully with soy sauce, cream and butter.
Chestnuts are the holiday version of dry fruits. They make a special appearance around Christmas, bringing the much-needed holiday cheer. Native to temperature regions of the Northern Hemisphere, chestnuts are hard-shelled, soft-centred and little delicious ...
There are so many ways to enjoy chestnuts. A wonderful winter treat, chestnuts are delicious fresh, served either pan- or oven-roasted.
This Navratri 2016, one can see cart loads of singhara (water chestnut) being sold along the road side. Here are 8 reasons why you should eat singhara during its short season. It is actually the ...
This pasta dish is perfect for cold winter evenings, and you can spice it up with some chopped fresh chilli.We're just at the end of the UK chestnut season, but why wait another year when ...
Fasting or not, we bring you ten sensational recipes where you can use singhara atta and arrive at something delectable.
The stuffing for our turkey is bread-based and seasoned with herbs, onions, sausage and chestnuts. I am always asked to make a huge amount, and there is enough stuffing to fill a 20-pound bird
Nuts contain unsaturated fats, protein and a range of vitamins and minerals that lower cholesterol, inflammation and insulin resistance. A recent study suggests that you should include at least 50 grams of almonds, cashews, chestnuts, ...
Wheat, buckwheat or chestnut flour? Milk, double cream or beer in the batter? Do they need any flavourings and what do you dollop on top?