Science in Kitchen
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It contains essential nutrients like folic acid which is a vital vitamin for women. Also, tur splits are an excellent source of dietary fibre which is important for maintaining a healthy digestive system and prevent constipation.
The yellow lentil also contains good amounts of iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and B vitamins. It cures cough, gas troubles, poisoning effect, stomach pain, acidity and piles. It even reduces the internal swellings, especially of intestine and stomach.
Various delicious recipes can be made from tur dal. It absorbs spices while cooking to a large extent and thus, enhances the [...]
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The most expensive one nowadays Various different types of dals are very popular in Indian cuisine. Dal is cooked in almost every house on a daily basis. Tur dal is the most popular among the different dals and is a widely used lentil. The yellow lentils have high nutritious value. It is a rich source of vegan proteins and provides essential nutrients to the body.
The split yellow lentils are a rich source of nutrients [...]
Toast your morning!
Many people believe that brown sugar is healthier than white sugar. This isn’t entirely true but brown sugar does contain a bit more nutrients because of the molasses it contains.
Besides from being the perfect sweet granules which replace white sugar, it can also be used in everyday recipes. A lot of recipes use sugar to avoid or mask sour or bitter flavours. Here are some ways that brown sugar can be used in your meals without giving the food a strange taste.
Brown sugar can be used to crust your food without using bread crumbs and egg. The sugar will give the food a lovely flavour and crunch that [...]
Wood fired cooking is becoming more popular and chefs and home cooks are increasingly using this ancient method of cooking to add some spices to their dishes. This method of cooking creates unique flavors that you just cannot achieve with other fuel methods such as gas or electricity. Celery quandong swiss chard chicory earthnut pea potato. Salsify taro catsear garlic gram celery bitterleaf wattle seed collard greens nori. Grape wattle seed kombu beetroot horseradish carrot squash brussels sprout chard.
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Master your Techniques
Make an innocent error and your dish will turn into a huge disappointment. And you don’t want this to happen, especially if you are going to serve your friends or relatives. What you need are a few tips to prevent recipe missteps and overcrowded pans. Below are 6 common cooking mistakes that you must avoid.
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