A combination of various nutrients, found in walnuts, fuels the body with sufficient nourishment and keeps hunger pangs away.
Walnut recipes to avoid inflammation: A recent study has found that inclusion of walnut in our usual diet may help reduce inflammation in human body.
From using as a garnishing element to pounding it to prepare sauces and dips, you can find several interesting ways to include walnut to your daily diet.
While exploring the variety of halwa, we came across a recipe that left a strong impression on our mind and palate. It's walnut (akhrot) halwa. Watch the video to learn the recipe!
Walnuts for breakfast: From adding it to your favourite smoothie to incorporating it in pancakes, there are many ways to add walnuts to your diet.
Alongside the walnuts, this recipe also adds the goodness of curd in it. For the unversed, higher intake of yogurt/curd is linked to reduced heart-health risks.
Walnut consumption is also touted to be helpful in promoting healthy heart, controlling blood sugar, manage diabetes and more.
Monsoon calls for some scrumptious snacks to go with a hot cup of tea and these nutty walnut kebabs are exactly what you need!
Walnut also happens to be one of the most easily accessible nuts in our country. It is yummy and oh-so-nutritious. Walnuts are incredible for brain and heart health.
Walnut chutney or akhrot ki chutney is made with the very healthy dry fruit of walnut that transforms into this nutty and creamy dip to go with your breads, chips, salad sticks and even south ...