The menu usually features rich curries, creamy sauces, a variety of intense flavors, and many vegetarian dishes. Spices play an important role.
Rice is a staple of many dishes. A variety of breads... Read more
Can you boil water? Then you can make whole grains a part of your diet. Whole grains are delicious and nutritious, supplying vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber. And there are many varieties to choose from besides the all-too-common wheat, oats and... Read more
Health experts agree that we need to eat more whole grains for optimal health. But most people don’t know what whole grains are. They have been shown to reduce the risks of heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and obesity, but knowing the he... Read more
This cuisine features smaller portions that are lower calories and lower fat (IF you avoid fried options) and emphasizes rice and soybean products. Sometimes features tabletop stir-fry cooking, some foods are fried, but most ar... Read more
Dishes are usually packed with lots of fresh ingredients, and have many hot, spicy, flavorful, along with some sweet and sour options.
These foods feature chili peppers, rice, noodles, sugar, citr... Read more
Made the loveliest salad of of salmon, red rice, shrimp, raw red cabbage, scallions, wilted spinach and a roasted pepper with a lime, coriander dressing. Such a delicious invention! What are you having tonight?... Read more
I throw beans and minute brown rice in a microwave bowl then add some chili powder the night before. I just add water and microwave for lunch. Sometimes I add low fat cheddar. It's like a meatless chili.... Read more
I try to replace Quinoa with rice, couldn't make it a habit YET tho, eventhough I don't eat much rice. My point is, whatever I like as carbs but high calorie I try to replace them with something healthier and lower calories... Read more
During and after pregnancy, I gained 20kgs...from 57kg to 77.8 kgMy desparate move started 10days ago to stop sweets and thinking positive...today I am 700gms less..Hope to continue the same speed to be healthy and get back into shape.... Read more
I just remembered the old method used by my Great-Grandma Ba-aaji.She'd grease her hot Iron skillet,using an Onion cut in half to smear 1 tsp.of Oil or Ghee all over it.She'd then fry the Indian Rice pancakes(Aamboli/Dhirdi) by spreading the Batter... Read more
Why does brown rice get such a bad rap? Sure, rice can be a little bland. And yes, the brown version does take longer to cook. But here’s the thing: In addition to being one of the healthiest foods in the human diet—rich in fiber, cholest... Read more
It's a staple in cuisines around the world, from Chinese to Japanese, Indian to Thai, even Italian, African and Caribbean. It comes in an array of colors and all different lengths and shapes. It's found in dishes sweet and savory. Rice, it seems, is... Read more
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