Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Makai

Lili Makai no Chevdo Khichdi / Grated Corn Snack Recipe /Bhutte Ka Kees Recipe


Lili Makai No Chevdo / Makai nu Khees / Makai Upma.
Corn Masala Dish
Corn is a large grain plant which is said to have originated in Mexico and Central America. Though viewed as a vegetable, it is actually a food grain. The leafy stalk of the plant produces ears, which contain the grains known as kernels. For every kernel on the cob, there is a strand of silk. The white and yellow kernels are most popular, but today, corn is available in red, brown, blue and purple also. The white and yellow hybrids are known as butter and sugar corn which contain both kinds of kernels. This cereal is known for its pleasant taste and its versatility.


Corn, also known as maize or our good old (Bhutta/Makkai/Challi) in Hindi, ‘Mokka Jonnalu‘ in Telugu, ‘Makkacholam‘ in Tamil, ‘Cholam‘ in Malayalam, ‘Musukina Jola’ in Kannada, ‘Makkai‘ in Gujarati, ‘Makai‘ in Marathi and Punjabi and ‘Butta‘ in Bengali. Corn is a large grain plant which is said to have originated in Mexico and Central America. Though viewed as a vegetable, it is actually a food grain.

Good for Digestion:

Corn is high in dietary fibre which comprises of both soluble and insoluble fibre. Soluble fiber helps in blocking cholesterol absorption by turning into a gel-like consistency whereas insoluble fiber prevents constipation and intestinal problems by promoting soft and bulky stool that can move easily through the intestines, reducing the chances of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and diarrhea. Thus, it helps prevent digestive problems like constipation and hemorrhoids as well as colon cancer. Though corn contains both types of fiber, it has a higher content of insoluble fiber.

Increased Energy:

Corn is considered a starchy vegetable as it contains a high amount of carbohydrates that provide you with short term and long term energy. They also ensure proper functioning of the brain and the nervous system. One cup of corn provides around 29 grams of carbs. This is particularly beneficial for athletes as they require more carbs to optimize exercise performance. Moreover, corn is a complex carb so it gets digested at a slow pace, thus providing you with balanced energy levels that are free of peaks and valleys. It is advisable to eat corn a couple of hours before exercising for lasting energy.

Lowers LDL Cholesterol:

Cholesterol is produced by the liver and there are generally two types of cholesterol, HDL or good cholesterol and LDL or bad cholesterol. Bad cholesterol increases due to the intake of fatty food, thus weakening your heart and causing cardiovascular diseases. Sweet corn is rich in vitamin C, carotenoids and bioflavonoids that keep your heart healthy by controlling the cholesterol levels and increasing the flow of blood. Corn oil has an antiatherogenic effect on the cholesterol levels as it lowers the cholesterol levels by reducing the cholesterol absorption by the body, thus preventing atherosclerosis and scavenging the free radicals throughout the body.

Facilitates Weight Gain:

Corn is a great option for underweight people, referred to as ‘hard gainers’. They need to increase their caloric intake so as to put on some pounds on their frames. Corn is calorie dense and rich in carbs which helps to bulk up your body. Thus, it can be a healthy addition to your meals if you are underweight. One cup of corn kernels provides as much as 130 calories.

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Lili Makai no Chevdo / Makai Nu Khees / Makai Upma / Corn Masala Dish

Lili Makai No Chevdo / Makai nu Khees / Makai Upma.
Corn Masala Dish

  • Ingredients

  • 1 Bowl Fresh Corn
  • 4 Spoon Oil
  • 1 Spoon Black Mustard
  • 3 Cloves
  • 4 Spoon Oil
  • 4 – 5 Bay Leafs (cassia Leaves)
  • 3 Green Chilles Chopped
  • 1 Small Onion Chopped
  • 2 Spoon Milk (optional)
  • Salt as Per Taste
  • 1 Pinch Turmeric Powder
  • 1 Spoon Lime Juice
  • ¼ Spoon Garam Masala Powder
  • Coriander leaves for Garnishing


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Prevents Diabetes And Hypertension:

Organic fruits and vegetables like corn have proven to be effective in reducing the signs of diabetes. The regular consumption of corn kernels assists in the management of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) and protects against hypertension due to the presence of phenolic phytochemicals in whole corn. The phytochemicals regulate the absorption and release of insulin in the body, thus reducing the chances of spikes and drops for diabetic patients and enabling them to maintain a normal lifestyle. Besides, corn is a good source of pantothenic acid. This B vitamin helps in carbohydrate, protein and lipid metabolism. Hence, it prevents stress by supporting the functioning of the adrenal glands.

Stronger Connective Tissue:

Connective tissue is comprised of bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles and cartilage. Corn contains the trace mineral manganese that strengthens the connective tissue. In addition to these, manganese keeps the blood sugar levels stable and breaks down carbs and fat to provide energy. A cup of corn provides about 12 percent of the daily recommended value of manganese. Corn also contains a large proportion of minerals like magnesium, iron, copper and phosphorus that are needed for healthy bones. These nutrients prevent your bones from cracking as you grow older.

Improves Vision:

The yellow kernels of corn contain substances called carotenoids that reduce the risk of macular degeneration i.e. impairment of vision at the center of your line of sight. Beta-carotene helps in producing vitamin A, thus supporting better vision.

Anti-cancer Properties:

Research has proved that the antioxidants found in corn can fight and eliminate cancer-causing free radicals. Moreover, this grain is a good source of the phenolic compound, ferulic acid which is effective in fighting tumors in the breast and liver.

Beneficial For Heart:

Corn oil is said to have an antiatherogenic effect on cholesterol levels, thus, protecting against cardiovascular diseases. Corn oil is particularly beneficial for the heart health as it has an optimal fatty acid combination, thus enabling omega-3 fatty acids to remove the damaging bad cholesterol and replace them at the bonding sites. As a result, it prevents the arteries from becoming clogged, reduces the blood pressure and reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke.


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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Upma

Upma

Upma / Instant Upma / Rava Upma / Sooji Ka Upma


Upma / Rava Upma / Sooji Ka Upma
Semolina flour can be your answer to a healthy alternative to the all-purpose flour, which you can use without worrying about weight gain and the associated health concerns. Semolina is made from durum wheat, so it is digested slowly. This helps you feel full longer and prevents you from overeating.

Semolina is a good source of two vital vitamins: E and the B group. Both, as we know, are essential for good immunity from disease. The trace minerals in semolina, such as phosphorus, zinc and magnesium, are beneficial for the health of your bones and nervous system. It is beneficial as it does not contain cholesterol, saturated fat or trans-fat. It has high protein content and is low in fat. It also has low glycaemic index that makes it great for diabetics as well as people who are on a weight loss plan. Including semolina flour in your diet can provide you with many health benefits because of its rich nutrient content.

Weight Loss
The first health benefit of semolina is weight loss. One certain cause of gaining weight is hunger. By eating instant food or snack can’t give you enough energy and nutrients. It only will make you want to eat more. But lucky for you semolina can resolve your problem. According to researches, semolina has the ability to keep you away from hunger because semolina will release energy slowly. Semolina is also rich in fibre which can powerfully you digest your foods.

Helps Diabetics 
As mentioned earlier, semolina flour is a top choice for diabetics as it has low GI. Compared to white flour, it is digested and absorbed in the stomach and intestines at a slower rate. This allows people with diabetes to control their blood sugar levels more effectively as rapid fluctuations in levels of blood glucose are prevented.


Ingredients
2 Spoon 'Oil'
1 Small Spoon 'Black Mustard Seeds'
1 Spoon 'Split Black Gram'
3 Green Chillies (Chopped)
Few Curry Leaves
1 Onion Chopped (Small)
1 Bowl Semolina
3 Bowl Water
Salt As Per Taste
1 Spoon Lime Juice
Coriander Leaves for Garnishing


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Improve Kidney
The potassium compound that is found in semolina can improve kidneys function

Powerful Diet Food during Fever
Why you feel like have a fever or upset tummy, you can change your diet with semolina. Physician recommended semolina as a great diet for this condition. Even it is fine to consume for toddles.

Perfect Bones
Semolina can help increasing your bones density while maintaining its strength and health condition.

Keep Nervous System Healthy
Known as the well-being of the nervous, semolina is getting more popular as a dish. Semolina offers phosphorus, zinc, and magnesium which are important for nervous system function.

Prevent Heart Problems
Semolina offers a chemical selenium which can protect your heart from infections. Semolina can also keep your heart in a good shape. It helps you promote your cardiovascular health besides keeping you away from heart attacks, heart failures, and more.

Prevents High Cholesterol 
As mentioned already, semolina flour is low in fat and cholesterol. This is important when you want to prevent the development of high cholesterol. It also does not contain Trans fatty acids and saturated fats, which helps in the prevention of high cholesterol. It allows you to lower your cholesterol levels as well, and prevents the onset of other complex conditions in the long run.

As you can see, semolina flour comes with many health benefits. This is why you should consider replacing white flour with it. Its richness in so many nutrients makes it an important food that will benefit everyone in your family. It will help in preventing many conditions and illnesses, boosting your immune system and body functions and improving your general overall health.

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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Dudhi Dosa (Bottle Gourd / Lauki / Sorakkai Dosa)

This Is A Try To Innovate Dosa With One Af A Healthy Vegetable

Dosa is one of the most popular breakfast dishes in South India. This variation is made with Bottle Gourd / Dudhi.
Bottle Gourd / Dudhi /  Lauki  / Sorakkai

Lauki, which is also known by a variety of other names like bottle gourd, calabash gourd, doodhi and ghiya, (Sorekai/Chorakkai) in Tamil, ‘Chorakaa‘ in Malayalam,(Sorakaya/Anapa Kaya) in Telugu,(Sorekai/Esugai Balli) in Kannada, ‘Lau‘ in Bengali, ‘Dudhi‘ in Gujarati, (Pandharabhopla / Dudya Bhopal) in Marathi and ‘Ghia Da Sag‘ in Punjabi. Lauki is a staple item as far as Indian cuisine is concerned. It is a vegetable with pale, smooth and waxy green surface and white spongy pulp. The juice of lauki is consumed by thousands of people because they believe that it would benefit their health in many ways. Vegetable Peeler @ 195


Bottle gourd – Calorie Content

100 g of bottle gourd contains 15 calories.
100 g for edible portion contains 1 g fat. Its water content is 96%.
It is low in saturated fat, cholesterol, high in dietary fibre, Vitamin C, riboflavin, zinc, thiamine, iron, magnesium and manganese

How To Make Dudhi Dosa (Bottle Gourd / Lauki / Sorakkai Dosa)


Dudhi / Lauki / Bottle Gourd / Sorakkai
Dosa
Ingredients

Bottle Gourd (Dudhi / Lauki / Sorakkai) – 250 gms, sliced
Rice – 1 to 1 1/2 cups, soaked for 4 hours
Cumin Seeds – 1 tsp
Curry Leaves – few
Green Chillies – 1
Ginger – 1/2 inch piece
Coriander Leaves – handful
Salt as per taste
Oil – 1/2 tblsp
Method

1. Drain the rice and grind to a coarse paste.
2. Add the bottle gourd pieces, cumin seeds, ginger, green chillies and salt.
3. Add a little water and grind to a smooth batter.
4. Add a little water and stir well to make it a semi-thick batter. It should not be too thin.
5. Heat a tawa over medium flame.
6. Apply a little oil.
7. Pour a ladleful of the batter and spread to a thin dosa.
8. Add oil around the edges and cover it with a lid.
9. Coook till crisp and done.
10. Remove and serve hot with green chutney.

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Health Benefits Of Including Bottle Gourd In Your Diet

 Bottle Gourd has multiple health benefits, few of them are:

1) Bottle gourd is rich in dietary fibre, both, soluble and insoluble. Hence, it helps in curing constipation, flatulence and even piles. It is also easy to digest.

2) It promotes weight loss. The vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre in lauki keep the body well-nourished and curb unnecessary appetite, especially if you drink its juice in the morning on an empty stomach.

3) Its fat and cholesterol content is extremely low.

4) It consists of approximately 96% of water and is therefore a great thirst quencher. It also prevents fatigue and keeps the body cool and refreshed during summers.

5) Apart from the iron content it is also rich in vitamin B and C, and helps in anti-oxidative actions.

6) It also contains sodium, potassium, essential minerals and trace elements, which regulate blood pressure and prevent the risk of heart ailments.

7) High in sodium and potassium, bottle gourd is also an excellent vegetable for people with hypertension.

8) It is a suitable vegetable for light, low-calorie diets as well as for children, people with digestive problems, diabetics and those recovering from an illness or injury.

9) Bottle gourd is recommended by Ayurveda physicians for balancing the liver function, when the liver is inflamed and unable to process food efficiently for nutrition and assimilation.


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