Indian Street Food You Need to Try

 1. Masala Chana Dal Chaat Chaat is the most popular type of Indian street food. The term refers to a family of savory Indian snacks, some of the most popular being samosas, kachori, dahi vadas, vada pav, and pav bhaji. To be honest, I find the concept of chaat confusing because the dishes can sometimes … Read more

Healthy Food for Winter

    1. Root vegetables Local produce can be hard to find when cold weather hits. But root vegetables like beets, carrots and turnips can withstand the cold, so local farmers can provide fresh produce — and you can reap the benefits. Roast carrots for a boost of beta-carotene, or boil turnips for vitamins C … Read more

Best Christmas Dinner Ideas

1. Creamy Potato Soup Nothing is more comforting than a bowl of warm soup during the colder months. Make from creamy Yukon gold potatoes, parsnips and other fresh ingredients for a bowl that will warm you right up. 2. Skillet Shrimp and Orzo In the mood for seafood? Try making this easy skillet dish that … Read more

Best Cities in the World for Foodies

  1. Osaka, Japan Osaka is a highly esteemed foodie city in Japan, affectionately nicknamed “The Kitchen of Japan”. The city’s residents are known for their casual, fun-loving vibe, which is reflected in the dining scene. Popular dishes include okonomiyaki (Japanese pizza) and takoyaki (octopus balls). Osaka also has some of Japan’s largest fish markets, with tuna auctions taking … Read more

5 Best Foods for Hair Growth

    1. Avocado  Healthy fats are essential to hair health, Pritchard tells us. Our bodies can’t produce omega-3 fatty acids on their own, so it’s important to get these fats through our diet. Not only do omega-3 fatty acids nourish hair follicles to give strands that strong, shiny, lustrous glow, but they’re anti-inflammatory and … Read more

Healthy Foods That Are Incredibly Cheap

    1. Broccoli Broccoli is a cheap vegetable with an average price of $1.92 a pound, and it provides many vitamins and minerals that you need. It’s particularly rich in vitamin C, which acts as an antioxidant and may boost your immune system. Just one cup provides 135% of your daily needs (2Trusted Source, … Read more

The Best Indian Recipes You’ll Ever Make

1. Samosas This samosa recipe is one of my family’s absolute favorites. These crispy dough pockets are stuffed with potatoes and peas and then air-fried to give them a healthier twist. In India’s northern and western regions, samosas are a popular street food. They also make a perfect starter or side dish.   2. Chapati … Read more

Delicious Vegan Picnic & Potluck Ideas

1. Creamy Vegan Potato Salad Every good vegan picnic needs a creamy potato salad! This potluck-friendly recipe is best made the day before the event so that the fresh herbs and cashew mayo flavors can really soak in to make the salad super delicious. Light, crunchy and oh-so-satisfying!   2. Rainbow Collard Green Wraps These … Read more

Best Foods That Give You Energy

1. Bananas Bananas are one of the best foods for energy. They’re packed full of energy-rich carbohydrates and contain potassium and vitamin B6, both associated with energy production. Eating just one banana before a 75km cycling trial has proven just as effective as drinking an endurance-boosting carbohydrate drink.   2. Apples Apples are a great … Read more

Easy and Quick Indian Food Recipes

1. Gobi Ki Sabz Here is gobi ki sabzi for beginners. Easy, simple and quick dry cauliflower sabji. Amazingly yummy recipe which you can have with chapathi and raita. Cooking gobhi initially is tricky. If it is cooked to much it gets mushy and which does not taste good.    2. Kheer A super easy … Read more