Start your mornings with a delicious breakfast of Sabudana (sago) Khichdi. According to Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar one must eat sabudana khichdi atleast once every week. It cools our system, keeps our scalp healthy, skin fresh and stomach light. http://justagirlfromaamchimumbai.com/2012/07/28/a-healthy-start-to-your-saturday-mornings-sabudana-khicdi/
Every Indian knows the benefits of Ajwain/Bishops Weed or Carom seeds. Found in our Kitchens tucked away in a corner this very bitter seed has amazing health benefits. It has cured many a stomach aches, indigestion and bloating. Here is a simple and very easy recipe for Ajwain paratha that is really good for your tummy. http://justagirlfromaamchimumbai.com/2014/01/29/a-cure-for-a-stomach-ache-ajwain-paratha-bishops-weed-flat-bread/
Summer holiday’s in Ulhasnagar meant waiting for all my aunts (Father’s sisters) coming down from their respective cities with all my cousins to spend a few weeks with us. Ulhasnagar was a quaint town not known for anything much except being a butt of jokes because it was a hub of the manufacturing fake goods and Poppadoms. However for those who grew up in the city knew that it was also a place where you got fantastic street food. Dal Pakwan is one of those fabulous meals from Ulhasnagar.