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Experience the authentic flavours of Malabari seafood drizzled into juicy prawns. Prawns are marinated in spices and lime juice, cooked in an array of masalas, herbs and coconut milk.
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Spread your love for seafood with this quick and easy recipe. Prawns cooked the Italian way with white wine, garlic, lime and olive oil.
About Pina Colada Prawns Recipe: These peppy pina colada prawns can get any party started! Prawns are marinated in pineapple juice, lime & mild spices and bathed in a creamy-coconut sauce.
About Popcorn Shrimp Recipe : Marinated shrimps fried in a batter of flour, corn meal and cream. Crispy and crunchy!
Prawns stir fried with freshly made spice-paste of coriander, green chillies, red chillies, cinnamon, cardamom and poppy seeds.
Some experts believe that the raw food diet is restrictive; there is only a limited amount of food that you can have as part of your diet
Raw foodism is basically a diet where you don't cook anything you eat. Does this diet lead to weight loss? More importantly, will it allow you to lose weight in a safe and healthy manner?
The trend of eating raw is one of the latest trends that seem to have taken the fancy of several health enthusiasts around the world.
New research indicates that cooking food bombards us with more energy than can be easily dealt with, and that eating raw food actually burns up calories. So is it time to throw away the cooker?
Think of the times you don't have enough ingredients and resources to 'cook' yourself an amazing meal, you can just assemble some ingredients together and viola you have it- your very own raw food delicacy!
Advocates of the raw food diet steadfastly believe that foods are more nutritious when left raw because cooking them destroys precious nutrients and enzymes.
Monsoon is also the time when our chances of catching an infection or flu are fairly high, because of all the germs and bacteria around. Cases of upset stomach, diarrhoea, and food poisoning are especially ...
11th July is celebrated every day as the International Raw Food Day. It is a day dedicated to spreading awareness about the benefits of raw food consumption. It also helps highlight its long term advantages ...
The study indicated that consuming cooked food brings about a fundamental change in the microbiome present in the gut.
There are some foods out there that are better off being eaten raw rather than cooked. Here is a list of food items that you should consider eating raw: