Kiwi Popsicles Recipe – Without Sugar

Our Kiwi Popsicle Recipe, is a yummy, healthy, and flavorful Popsicle that is also sugar free. The tart from the kiwis is balanced beautifully with the sweetness of the honey. This Popsicle recipe will sure become a family favorite.

You can also serve these Popsicle to kids as an after school snacks and we are sure, they will enjoy every bite of it.

Did You know: Kiwi is the most nutritious fruit and has more Vitamin C than Oranges. It is loaded with antioxidants and is good for your skin and eyes.

Serve Kiwi Popsicle as a dessert after your delicious Italian meal of Aglio Olio Pasta and Perfect Gooey Mozzarella Garlic Bread Recipe

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

  1. Strawberry Banana Chia Popsicle Recipe
  2. Mango Cream Popsicle Recipe
  3. Watermelon Ice Popsicles

 

 

Read more

Roasted Baby Potatoes Recipe

Roasted Baby Potatoes Recipe is such a simple recipe that can be served as your starter or even as a side dish along with your main course meals. The dish is so simple to make and all you need is some chopped garlic and dried herbs which help in enhancing the flavor of the baby potatoes that are roasted.

Serve the Roasted Baby Potatoes Recipe along with an Herb & Cheese Mushroom Omelette, Sweet Potato & Green Bean Salad, Chilli Cheese Toast and baked beans by the side to make your Sunday brunch delicious. 

If you are looking for more Potato recipes here are some that you can make for your everyday meals:

  1. Tandoori Potatoes Recipe
  2. Aloo Palak Sabzi Recipe (Sautéed Potatoes With Spinach)
  3. Aloo Bhindi Ki Sabzi Recipe
Read more

Breakfast Meal Plate : Grilled Potato Sandwich, Stir Fried Broccoli and Fresh Orange Juice

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and we all know that a good breakfast can lift your spirits up and lets you be energetic the whole day. So it is important to eat a wholesome and nutritious breakfast which includes all the food groups. Here at Archana’s Kitchen, we come up with meal plates that is not only healthy but also delicious. 

Read more

Breakfast Bowl: Mysore Masala Dosa, Keerai Vadai, Coconut Chutney And Fruits

You all have seen our Breakfast plates, so we thought we will do something different which looks intersting and appetising. Therefore, we bring you a South Indian style breakfast bowl which includes Mysore Masala Dosa, Coconut Chutney, Keerai Vadai, Sprout Salad and Fruits. This makes for a perfect Sunday Breakfast or any day when you have a holiday. The potato filling in the Masala dosa along with the spicy red chutney smeared inside will be a burst of flavour in your mouth if not more when scooped with a generous side of coconut chutney. 

Read more

Masala Omelette Waffles Recipe

Masala Omelette Waffles Recipe is an innovative try on waffles which gives you an interesting start to your breakfast. These waffles are completely made with just eggs and packed full of veggies that will give you a healthy start as well.

You can add vegetables of you choice but in this recipe we have kept it simple by adding some onions, bell peppers, broccoli and tomatoes with some Indian masala.

Serve the Masala Omelette Waffles Recipe along with Mexican Salsa or a Toast by the side with a nice cup of Vegan Instant Coffee to go with for your breakfast.

If you are looking for more Omelette Recipes, here are some that you can make for your everyday Breakfast:

  1. Egg White Omelette Recipe With Spinach
  2. Herb & Cheese Mushroom Omelette Recipe
  3. Spinach Omelette Recipe
Read more

Brown Rice in Pressure Cooker Method

Whole Rice grains with only hull removed is called brown rice. The brown rice is unpolished and hence has all the nutrition of the bran and germ intact. Whole rice has a mild nutty flavor and this rice is particularly rich in thiamine, a B vitamin and iron. Brown rice needs double the cooking time than the white rice. All the recipes that include any variety of white rice can be prepared with brown rice. Note that the brown rice is marginally beneficial than white rice and makes very slight difference when you are on weight moderation diets.

Rice can be cooked in a variety of ways. Personally I find the pressure cooker method quick and effective that can produce rice grains of different textures – from soft to grainy. There are a number of different types of rice grains available and you might choose the variety that your family has been eating for generations or you might want to try another new variety. 

Each type of grain, when cooked produces different texture of the rice. The older the rice, the longer it takes to cook. With practice and the depending on the kind of rice you use, you will be able to arrive at the correct water proportion for cooking rice.

The pressure cooker method and the saucepan method, both yield different textures of rice. If you like soft sticky rice, then pressure cooker accomplishes that very easily. If you are looking at a grainy texture then saucepan method is a better method.

Serve Brown Rice with Cabbage And Carrot ThoranNorth Karnataka Style Nuggekai harbyaali and Homemade Yogurt for a comforting meal.

You can use brown rice in various Recipes Like : 

  1. Sweet and Sour Vegetable Recipe with Tofu & Brown Rice
  2. Mexican Brown Rice and Quinoa Casserole Recipe
  3. Pudina Rice Recipe
Read more