While it is important to eat seasonal fruits and vegetables to get in the required nutrients, it is equally important to keep the body well-hydrated, especially during summer days.
Make jaljeera quickly with some common kitchen ingredients like jeera, chaat masala, black salt etc.
Summer diet tips: If the scorching heat leaving you tired and dehydrated, then try one of the traditional thirst busters to beat the heat and feel energised all over again.
Famous food YouTuber Alpa Modi has laid down a few summer cooler recipes that are not just delicious but will also keep your blood sugar levels or diabetes in control.
Jal jeera is traditionally served as a chilled welcome drink in summers, it is also consumed just before the meal as it is said to have immense appetizing abilities.
The mercury level is rising higher day-by-day. It is just April and the sun is at its peak with no sign of respite. Scorching heat, hot winds, tanned skin and much more! We are swilling ...
Finger foods are always an indulging delight for your taste buds. Pair them with desi drinks like thandaai, jaljeera, masala chaach or the traditional masala chai as a treat for your tummy. It will however ...
In India, every region has its unique preparation and each one of us have cherished memories associated with our respective traditional drinks.
Summer Drinks Recipes: Find here a list of summer drinks recipes such as jaljeera, watermelon cooler, aam panna and more, complete with key ingredients and a step by step process.to prepare at home and refresh ...
Coconut water, chaas, lassi, jaljeera, sharbat and nimbu pani; all these summer drinks are ultimate thirst quenchers that not only provide relief in this sweltering heat, but also help in keeping the body well-hydrated.