Baked Samosa using Air Fryer

Everyone love samosas…lets try making it with minimal of oil so that we can indulge in it without feeling guilty. 5 from 1 vote Print Baked Samosa using Air Fryer Course Snack Cuisine Indian Prep Time 25 minutes Cook Time 20 minutes Total Time 45 minutes Author Anamika Sinha Ingredients For Samosa cover 2 cups Refined flour (Maida) Warm water

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Almond Halwa

Almod Halwa

  5 from 1 vote Print Almond Halwa Almonds are a rich source of vitamin E, calcium, phosphorous, iron and magnesium. They also contain zinc, selenium, copper and niacin. Compared to all other nuts, they are the most packed with nutrients and beneficial components. But my daughter does not like eating raw almonds so I always make either badam halwa

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Strength

I have heard so much about being strong that,now I feel that it has reduced to a cliche. Everyone tries really hard to achieve this. So lets face the obvious, what defines strength in a person or more categorically, who is a strong person. In fact when we talk about being strong, the image that generally comes to our mind

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Sooji Upma

Sooji Upma is made more or less like Vermicelli upma. Let me share the recipe with you Ingredients Semolina/ Sooji/ Rava (fine variety) – 1 Cup Onion – 1 Medium (finely sliced) Cashew-nuts/ Kaju – 10-12 Mustard seeds – 1/2 tsp Chana dal – 1 tsp Urad dal – 1 tsp Green chili – 1 slited Grated ginger – 1 tsp

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A Day in Hong Kong

For a change this post is neither about parenting nor tiffin recipes. In fact nothing related to our kids. Lets take a break girls, and have a typical girlish discussion like something about fashion sense. Interested, thought so!!! As I am a laid back person, for me fashion is more about comfort rather style so no wonder you will always find me

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Rava Toast

It is regular in our breakfast or tea time snack, even the kids love it. The best part is, it is low calorie dish. 5 from 2 votes Print Rava toast It is regular in our breakfast or tea time snack, even the kids love it. The best part is, it is low calorie dish. Servings 2 Author Anamika Sinha

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The Fussy Eaters

Fussy eating is a very common phenomenon in kids though really tough to handle. Someday they like one particular food which they don’t like the next day, driving their parents crazy. In fact for kids it is more about making independent choices. Here we need to understand the working of their mind as they are neither having loss of appetite

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