Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar Recipe-Drumstick & Fenugreek Greens Sambar

Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar Recipe-Drumstick and Fenugreek Greens Sambar, has a healthy mix of greens and vegetable to make it a complete meal. Drumstick and fenugreek greens are both known to purify the blood and lowering the cholesterol making this sambar diabetic friendly recipe.

Serve the Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar along with hot Steamed Rice or broken wheat and a Raw Banana Roast for a diabetic friendly meal.

Here are a few other tasty sambar recipes to try

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Masala Roti Recipe-Soft and Spicy Indian Flat Bread

Soft and Spicy Masala Roti Recipe is a delicious Indian flat bread with the goodness of pearl millet or bajra, finger millet or ragi, maize or makai, oatmeal and whole wheat flour. This Soft and Spicy Indian Flat Bread has the right mix of various millets and spices making it a nutritious wholesome food. Serve the Soft and Spicy Masala Roti along with Jeera Aloo/Baingan Ka Bharta for a wholesome breakfast, Raita and Salad for a sumptuous weeknight dinner.

Did you know: Millet provides a host of nutrients, has a sweet nutty flavor, and is considered to be one of the easily digestible and non-allergenic flat bread available. Millet’s are categorized as smart carbs with lots of fiber and low simple sugars. Because of its low glycemic index, it is known to produce lower blood sugar levels than whole wheat or rice, making it a super food suitable for diabetics. It is also a low cholesterol diet.

Serve Masala Roti along with Amla Methi Sukhi Sabzi and Cauliflower Moong Dal for lunch or along with Jeera Aloo/Baingan Ka Bharta for a wholesome breakfast, Raita and Salad for a sumptuous weeknight dinner.

Here are other Roti recipes that you will find interesting:

  1. Masala Akki Roti Recipe (Spicy Rice Flour Flatbread Recipe)
  2. Besan & Atta Ki Roti Recipe (Chickpea Flatbread)
  3. Gluten Free Ragi Roti Recipe (Spiced Finger Millet Flat Bread)
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Mango Iced Tea Recipe

Tea happens to be the most loved beverage in India and there are a variety of tea recipes from region to region. The tea is often enjoyed hot and for every occasion or may be just like that we Indians want a Chai for everything.

Milk tea, ginger tea, green tea, lemon tea, India has a huge huge variety of tea. Like the hot tea can rejuvenate your body, an iced tea can refresh you too. The tea flavoured with saffron and fruits is an excellent re-hydrating drink in summers. 

Summer is mango season and so why not make a cool mango iced tea! A refreshing summer drink with flavors of mango and tea with a dash of lemon. Mango iced ted is the simplest recipe that gives amazing flavors and works as a perfect refresher in this scorching summer.

Serve Mango Iced Tea to beat the scorching heat this summer along with snacks like Muesli Banana Fritters and Gobi Matar Mini Samosa.

You can also try other Tea based recipes such as

  1. Blueberry and lemon Iced Tea
  2. Cinnamon Spiced Orange Iced Tea


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Whole Wheat Crepe Recipe With Herbed Vegetables

The Whole Wheat Crepe Recipe With Herbed Vegetables is a wholesome one dish meal that you can make for a weeknight dinner or even a Sunday breakfast with hash browns and a cup of coffee.

The crepes made from whole wheat chakki atta (Vivatta) gives it a rich nutty flavor. These crepes are made eggless (egg free) and hence making them light and perfect for a summer dinner. The addition of cheese spread for the crepes makes it soft and blends well with the stir fried vegetables.

Serve Whole Wheat Crepe Recipe With Herbed Vegetables along with Cold Coffee Smoothie and Spinach and Feta Muffins for breakfast.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other Crepe recipes such as

  1. Savoury Crepes With Za’atar Spiced Chicken Recipe
  2. Banana Chocolate Crepe Recipe
  3. Homemade Whole Wheat Crepes Recipe
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11 Ugadi Recipes You Can Add To Your Menu This Festival

Ugadi is considered as a major festival in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, as, it is said to be the first day of the springtime month and brings the dawn of a new year. To celebrate this special occasion, people cook traditional food which makes the festival even more special. The festival is celebrated in different states with different names like Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra, Baisakhi in Punjab, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Vishu in Kerala, Poila Baishakh in West Bengal and Bihu in Assam. Even if this festival is given different names, it is celebrated in the same manner with equal excitement and happiness.

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