World's shortest horror story?? DIETING.
Yeah, this would be definitely a horror story for a person who's foodie. Who can't pass a single day without tasty and tastebuds teasing food. Just like me. Due to pregnancy, laziness and lifestyle I gained too much weight in past two years. After realizing that I needed to shed many kilos to get back in former shape and for that I joined gym. After joining gym I realized that only exercise would do nothing, i also needed to go on a diet.
Being a foodie it was impossible for me to stay away from yummilicious and tasty food so I decided to give my diet food a tasty twist and here is one of them. Rajma Tikki.
The moment tikki word appears , the crispy, round, soft, loaded with chutneys, curd and onions and tomatoes, garnished with coriander Tikkis start dancing in front of our eyes.
To stop my craving for those tasty but full of unhealthy calories I made this Rajma Tikkis. So here goes the recipe. Ingredients :
Rajma (kidney beans)…
Khaman is Gujarati dish. A famous breakfast which is normally used for trolling Gujarati community but whoever has tasted it, swears by it's tangy and sweet taste.
Though born and brought up in Gujarat, I never tried making Khaman. Hailing from Mathura by ancestral origin we preferred Mathura style breakfast at home. but after I got married , I felt like learning Khaman and other Gujarati breakfast items as my husband loved Khaman. It was not possible for me to get khaman from outside everytime he craved for it so I tightened the belt and decided to learn it.
Khaman is such a thing that needs proper attention and quantity of ingredients. If you miss a thing then it would turn into disaster. Trust me, I have become expert n Khman making but it has coasted me several disastrous experiences. Many times it turned soggy, many times didn't rise at all etc etc.
After many experiments now I can make perfect khaman. So am sharing my recipe of Khaman here that needs few ingredients.
Hello, all lovely mommies out there. Am back again with review of baby product and this time it is baby soap.
When it comes our baby's skin we become quite worried as now a days market is flooded with variety of baby soaps. So.e of them are Ayurvedic and some fully chemical loaded. I never ever prefer soaps for my own skin so you can surely imagine I would be damn choosy about her skin as well.
So today I will be reviewing Mother Sparsh's baby soap. I received it with other products in a HUGE kit. Yeah! Trust me it's quite huge as it can store all your baby's medicines, toiletry items at one place. 😁😁 I simply fell in love with this kit. Now let's go to the review.
Key ingredients: Aloe-vera, Wheat germ oil, Almond oil, Olive oil. Product claims: It claims to provide nourishment to baby skin without harming delicate skin securing it from rashes and dirt. Product description : It's color is white and smell is so mild just as baby's need. Price : 75 gm for 48…