710 reviews given by n_katira

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Sweet Lime, Pomegranate and Apple Juice 
Reviewed July 11, 2016by n_katira

A fibre and vitamin C rich drink which is not strained and thus perfect for mums-to-be to be sip on to keep the feeling of nausea at bay.

Peru Subzi 
Reviewed July 11, 2016by n_katira

Regular masalas tossed with a vitamin C rich fruit to make a pleasing and nourishing subzi. This can be accompanied with hot phulkas to square up your meal.

Spinach and Mixed Sprouts Raita 
Reviewed July 11, 2016by n_katira

Very simple to make and can be tossed by anyone... Usually you don''t feel like cooking an elaborate meal during pregnancy. This recipe would be a good addition then to gain all the needed nutrients.

Gavar Aur Masoor ki Dal 
Reviewed July 11, 2016by n_katira

I have always cooked cluster beans to make a subzi. Never thought of adding it to a dal to make it more nourishing... Good idea and quiet tasty!!

Oats, Vegetable and Brown Rice Khichdi 
Reviewed July 11, 2016by n_katira

An absolute blend of fibre rich ingredients which would be good to keep constipation at bay during pregnancy. Not too spicy and perked up with coriander, this is a great addition to a healthy pregnancy diet.

Oats Methi Multiflour Khakhra 
Reviewed July 11, 2016by n_katira

I just love the way you combine a bundle of healthy ingredients to make a delicacy. These multi nutrient khakhras are too pleasing to the palate and I often carry them to work to much on during the day.

Baby Potatoes and Bell Pepper Stir-fry 
Reviewed July 11, 2016by n_katira

A good combination of veggies tossed together to make a healthy stir-fry...Devoid of all readymade sauces and spiced up with just chilli flakes and oregano, this is super delicious delicacy.

मल्टीग्रेन रोटी 
Reviewed July 11, 2016by n_katira

The ingredients are quite simple but worth a try to gain many nutrients at one go. Of course rolling these rotis take a wee bit of time, but they are very filling when served with just plain curds.

Multiflour Idli 
Reviewed July 08, 2016by n_katira

Assorted flours used to make idli which are a great option for breakfast. They are not as fluffy as the rice and urad dal idli but I enjoyed them with piping hot sambhar.

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