May-June 2013 issue
It’s vacation time! Exams are finally over and children and their mothers are heaving huge sighs of relief. While children are looking forward to enjoying their free time, their mothers are relishing the prospect of a break from routine. However, children tend to eventually get bored even of playtime, and boredom often leads to hunger! Why don’t you introduce them to the joy of the kitchen? We’ve put together a range of easy-to-make recipes for different age groups. With a little help from mom or an older relative, kids will love the task of putting together ingredients, and creating mouth watering dishes that they can share with friends. Isn’t this a good way for children to do something enjoyable and constructive during the holidays?
Summer is not everyone’s favourite season but it does bring that most loved of all fruit – the mango! Very few can resist the lure of a luscious mango, and while most like to dig into the fruit as is, others like to experiment with it in various preparations. Try out our unusual recipes using the king of fruits and be prepared to be amazed at its versatility.
This is also the time when kitchens across the country are abuzz with the preparation of pickles that can be stored through the year. Making ‘achaar’ is an Indian tradition that is still adhered to in many households, though the method of preparation has changed to suit changing times and needs. Oily pickles that require months to mature have been replaced by healthier versions that can be eaten right away. Our selection of recipes for innovative and healthy pickle might surprise you!
Mughlai food is popular all over India, and many versions are available in various restaurants. However, nothing compares to the authentic recipes that were created in royal kitchens so many centuries ago. If you relish the rich fare that is the legacy of the Mughals, you will love the Mughlai meal we have put together for you. From starters to main course to dessert, it’s a truly regal experience!
In the last issue, my nutritionist provided detailed information on protein. This time we would like to focus on calcium, a very important mineral for the body. Read on to get more information and be sure to try our recipes for calcium-rich food.
Our issue is never complete without our regular features on numerology, special recipes for Jains, diabetics, and hungry kids among others. Try to stay indoors as far as possible this summer and eat cooling foods that are suited to the season!
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