Bengali cuisine is known for its non-vegetarian dishes. But what we also should know, is its versatility when it comes to vegetarian recipes as well. Characterised by regional masalas like panch phoron, ingredients like coconut and poppy seeds, steaming and slow cooking methods – Bengali recipes are a notch higher like the politely spoken Bengali language itself.

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Cauliflower is a member of the cruciferous family along with vegetables like broccoli, kale, cabbage, brussel sprouts, et al, and is considered one of the healthiest vegetables and with good reason so. It provides a rich supply of health boosting phytochemicals and anti inflammatory composites. This is one vegetable that deserves to be added in your diet on a regular basis as it is packed with an array of nutrients like vitamins, minerals et al.

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A cup of hot masala chai and some samosas are enough to enjoy a rainy day. With monsoons just around the corner, we all think of some recipes which we can make to enjoy the weather. We all have that memory of childhood, when our mothers used to make hot snacks or our father used to get piping hot samosas from market. Well, you can always revive the old memories by making different types of Samosas at home.

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If you are anything like us, getting your sluggish self to go on with your daily activities without the boost of coffee might be an absolute task. Coffee is literally the foundation of our food pyramid and we gawk in awe at those who can function without it. We have an OCD (PS. obsessive coffee disorder) when it comes to this bitter sweet beverage.

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When you think of pies, all you can think of is sweet dessert pies, but here we have some delicious and delightful savoury pies just for you. Savoury pies are a satisfyingly filling food perfect for days when the temperatures are lower than usual. Their delicious aroma is sure to warm you up in heavenly ways.

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Italian cuisine is one of the all-time favourite cuisines among food lovers. Pasta, pizza, wine and cheese are a lot popular in Italy and so is Frittata. Eggs are the main ingredient in frittata but they differ from omelettes since cheese and veggies are added along and cooked on one side, either by pan frying or baking. Pasta and meat are also added to make variants of frittata. These are either mixed with spiced eggs or plain egg whites or artistically layered one after the other, making it a complete treat to the taste buds.

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With the everyday chaos, hectic schedules and busy lives, it is very important to take care of our body by providing them necessary nutrients. Protein is one of the most important nutrient and is essential for the body. There are many food items which are high in protein and one of them is Sprouts. 

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Eating properly and right is very important for your kids, especially in summers. Travelling and playing in this scorching heat, absorbs their energy. So it is very important for them to eat on time and something which is filled with essential nutrients. When it comes to fulfil the nutrients level, we always deal with a dilemma to what to cook which is healthy, filling and is enjoyed by the kids at the same time.

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When you ask someone about their favourite vegetable, you will rarely hear radish being one. Radish is a juicy root vegetable with a pungently sweet taste to it. In India they are popularly known as Mooli. Radishes can be white, red, purple or black, and when it comes to shape, they can be long, round or cylindrical. Some radishes grow in winter, while some in spring summer. The white radish variety known as Daikon which is commonly found in India, is a spring-summer vegetable. 

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South Indian cuisine is famous for their varieties of Rasams and a meal during the festivals or any special occasion does not feel complete without it.  Its ingredients have intense digestive properties, making it lighter on the tummy and ease digestion as well and that's the reason Rasam is preferred to have at the end of the meal with steamed rice. Each variety of Rasam is different from one another in their taste and texture. Rasam can be sweet, spicy, tangy or a fusion of all the three. Rasam like the Pepper Rasam can be a blessing for people suffering from cold or throat infection. 

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Summer is a time in India when everyone searches for solace from the scorching sun in coolant foods and beverages. Being majorly tropical except for the North Indian Temperate climate, the climate is real hot when the summers arrive, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Middle Eastern states experience extreme heat during day time. We need to keep ourselves hydrated at all times during summer and one of the best ways to do it is through consuming lot of liquids and foods that have high water content and are light on stomach.

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Looking for healthy alternatives to popular Indian snacks? Try these Guilt Free Snack Recipes right now.

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Every Indian cuisine is known for its taste and flavour because of local spices and style of cooking. Eating a particular cuisine everyday can be boring sometimes, so why not try dishes from different regions and surprise your friends and family with something different.

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When we think of Andhra, we can only think of the spicy food that keeps us drooling over it, right from Gongura Pachadi to spicy chilli chicken. The authentic Andhra cuisine usually contain red chills, tamarind, dal and tomatoes as essential ingredients. Spicy variants of sabzi's, pickles, chutneys and fritters are an integral part of Andhra cuisine. A typical Andhra meal consists of Pickles, Pachadis, Vegetable Palyam, Pulusu, Biryani, Papads, Pappu, Rasam, and Podis. A telugite would understand what we are talking about. Andhra Recipes are easy to cook to make and just needs the basic ingredients from your kitchen. 

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Monsoon is just around the corner! The smell of wet mud, the cool breeze, the pleasant weather and of course the rain, brings a wide smile on our face. As the weather becomes nice and pleasant, we get some relief from the scorching heat and on the other hand we get to eat some delicious snacks too. As soon as it rains, one thing that comes to our mind is ‘Chai and Pakoda’! Well, everyone craves for some mouth watering and piping hot snacks which goes well along with their evening cup of tea or coffee during rains.

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European cuisine is a groundbreaker of many recipes and a variety of baked casseroles is one of them. Baked casseroles usually aim at main course food which is also a one pot recipe for a meal. Among such one pot recipes from cuisines around the world, Gratins are the popular food that originate in France and is made in an oven proof dish.

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Mango is known as the king of fruits and rightly so. Ripe mangoes have a rosy skin covering the golden flesh which is juicy, sweet and tastes absolutely divine. Mangoes are ingested all around the world in different dishes, ranging from desserts, savoury, curry, smoothies et al. The delicious taste of mangoes overpowers its health benefits. People often forget that not only are these super tasty, but have some amazing nutritional benefits too.

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Whether it is a simple weekend dinner at home or a house party with friends and family, we always deal with a confusing mind about what special to cook which is different from our day to day meals. On the top of that, we have so many Indian as well as International cuisines to choose from, that deciding on one particular cuisine is also difficult. So what about selecting something different which is a combination of two or three cuisines. Yes, we are talking about fusion recipes!

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Sizzler is a hot plate (quite literally!) which has rice, noodles, or pasta - sided with steaks of meat seared on high heat, sided with roasted or grilled veggies and gravy/sauce poured on top. The sizzling sound you hear when the yummy and spicy sauce is cascaded on the pile of spiced rice or noodles revels your penchant over the food for sure!

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It is Summer and the markets are flooded with mangoes of all kinds, and it is not an unusual sight to find your local vendors selling these yellow and green beauties. Thought the ripe, juicy, sweet mangoes taste divine, there is something outstandingly tasty about the unripe, tangy green mangoes as well. They add a delicious twist to almost every recipe they are added to. 

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Making an everyday meal which is filling and delicious is a task in itself. We have to decide on recipes which has some main course dishes with side dishes to make it a complete meal. So when it comes to easy and delicious, Gujarati food is the one which comes to our mind.

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Kebabs are the perfect snacks when it comes to parties. The grilled, smoky, almost melt in your mouth feel of kebabs can get one hooked almost instantaneously. The word Kebab came from an Arabic word 'Cabob' which means to burn. It is believed that they first gained popularity in the Middle East, but with time became a popular grilled dish across countries.

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Plantain is a blessed plant with all its useful parts. Banana is a delicious fruit and the plantain leaves are used instead of plates on auspicious days (Especially in South India) and special occasions when a complete elaborate festive menu of recipes are prepared. The plantain stem or banana stem is also one such part of this plant which has many benefits on consumption. 

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The right diet and diabetic recipes play an important role in keeping blood sugar levels under control

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