Palak Puri Recipe - How to Make Palak Poori

Palak Puri Recipe – How to Make Palak Poori

Palak is a green leafy vegetable grown particularly during the winter season. Regular intake of this vegetable during the season prevents various infections. Palak contains various nutritional values such as iron, folate, vitamin B6, zinc, vitamin E, and protein. Indian nowadays are celebrating a holy festival. Thus, here is one awesome recipe straight from India to your kitchen. Ingredients: 1 cup Palak

Banana Kheer Recipe

Banana is widely cultivated across the globe. The regions of Southeast Asia, India, China, and South Africa are famous for producing different types of bananas. Banana is long and curved in shape with multiple color rinds such as green, red and yellow. The green peel indicates fruit’s rawness while yellow color peel denotes the ripeness of this fruit. Banana is rich

Buckwheat Flat Bread

Buckwheat parathas are high in protein and fiber which gives energy during fasting. It’s also gluten-free so low in calories. Ingredients Two Cups – kuttu ka aata(Buckwheat Flour) One – Large Potato One Tablespoon – Coriander Leaves(chopped) One – Green Chilli(finely chopped)  Rock salt as required Warm water as required Ghee as required Directions Boil the potato till it completely

Rajgira Paratha

Healthy gluten free flat breads made with rajgira flour. Usually made during fasting days, but you can made even your regular days. It gives you nutrients during your fasting. Ingredients 250 Grams – Rajgira Flour(Amaranth Flour) Two – Medium Potatoes Half Teaspoon – Cumin Powder Two – Green Chillies(finely chopped) Rock salt as required Ghee as required Directions First boil

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