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How to make tasty mango pickle at home

Mango pickle is a traditional Indian condiment usually prepared with raw mangoes, ingredients and oil. It can be eaten with every meal. It goes well with dal-rice, dal-roti, parathas and even with different snacks. Mango pickles in Indian…

Five amazing health benefits of jeera

The Cumin, or jeera, is an integral part in Indian cuisine. It is a staple ingredient used in  subzis and curries. Cumin is regarded as one of the oldest spices on the earth. Cumin is anti-inflammatory antioxidants. It has many health…

Five amazing health benefits of bael

Bael or  Aegle marmelos are loaded with lots of nutrients and their leaves are favorite of Lord Shiva. In the month of Sharavana, Bol Bom devotees pour water on Shiva Linga. Many of them also offer bael leaves as the Lord gets pleased with…

Recipe: How to prepare Jalebi at home

Jalebi is one of the most popular desserts of India. This crispy and crunchy dessert is dipped in sugar syrup and is loaded with flavours. Jalebi is the sweet disc that is favourite to many people in India. These are thin, crispy and tasty.…

5 Health Benefits of Fenugreek

Fenugreek is used as a culinary ingredient since ancient times and is used in traditional medicine as well. In Odia it is called 'Methi'. It has a lot of health benefits. Fenugreek has the ability to reduce the risk of diabetes, for…

The Five Health Benefits from Morning Walk

An early-morning walk is a cure for all diseases. It is a blessing for the whole day until the sun shines bright as day. An early morning walk can increase our cardiovascular and pulmonary (heart and lung) fitness. It also reduce the risk…

How to prepare tasty Potato Smiley at home

Potato Smiley is basically a potato-based snack that could be baked or deep-fried with a pleasant smiley shape. It is crispy and cute as well. This snack is loved by kids mostly as it is an attractive snack especially due to its crunchy,…

Five most easy ways to get rid of hiccups

Do you know the reason why you are getting hiccups?  Hiccups happen because our diaphragm begins to spasm involuntarily. The diaphragm is a large muscle that helps to breathe in and out. It is located below the lungs. When it spasms, we…