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On the occasion of Sindhi New Year today, we bring you the most popular Sindhi recipe – Sindhi kadhi. An amalgamation of rich Indian spices makes for a delicious curry with the addition of nutritious veggies like carrots, French beans, potatoes, brinjal and pumpkin. This watery kadhi is light and tasty and makes for a wholesome meal. The perfect combo of health and taste, this Sindhi Kadhi recipe is a must try.

Rigorous work outs and extensive diet plans are not letting you win the fight against flab? Bring out your ultimate weapon – mind power. Here’s how you can train your mind to shed those kilos and stay slim

You have been told for long to ‘eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper’ for optimum health. You may want to give your diet chart an overhaul. It is argued that the concept of ‘eating breakfast like a king’ was coined by the profit-driven cereal industry. “It had nothing to do with health, or the need of the body,” says nutritionist Anju Venkat. “Our body cycle comprises three functions — appropriation, digestion and elimination — for maintaining life. These…

How many times have you heard the adage, ‘Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a beggar’? Well, don’t dismiss it. This age-old wisdom holds true even today, say nutritionists, dieticians and obesity consultants. Experts claim the your breakfast should be a fine mix of carbohydrates, protein and fibre. They’ve picked food items to ensure that you have a god breakfast and a great day.

Confused what dish to bring for your next potluck gathering? If you want to bring some variety to the table, pick any of the following recipes. From mouth-watering meat lasagne and fresh pasta salads to fancy bread spreads with different dips and cookies for desserts, this menu is delicious and yet simple to whip up!Images: Thinkstock

Indian cuisine is no stranger to breads. All across the country we see breads made of a variety of ingredients-wheat, rice, corn, bajra, jowar, ragi and so on. Then there are leavened and unleavened breads, breads made on griddles or baked, steamed, fried, baked on coals. There are also different spiced breads. But one all time favourite is the “balloon bread” – the East Indian ‘Fugiyas’.

Potatoes are our favourite! And when looking for a quick snack to serve your guests on the weekend, potatoes are the go-to ingredient. Here’s a traditional Aloo Patty recipe that’s going to win your heart. All you need to do is boil some potatoes and mix the masala to make this crispy, chatpata dish that you can serve with mint coriander chutney, mango pickle or even tomato ketchup for a quick evening snack.

‘It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice’ may be your tag line. But sometimes, being too nice is just not the option. And at work, it’ll make others treat you like a doormat. Here are some telltale signs that you are way too nice at work.

Whether you add a naughty swirl of whiskey cream to a soup, or transform that soufflé with a boozy twist, alcohol can take your meal to the next level, and make for glamorous dishes at your next dinner party.Images courtesy: Prateeksh MehraRecipes courtesy: Chef Rajdeep Kapoor

Confused what dish to bring for your next potluck gathering? If you want to bring some variety to the table, pick any of the following recipes. From mouth-watering meat lasagne and fresh pasta salads to fancy bread spreads with different dips and cookies for desserts, this menu is delicious and yet simple to whip up!Images: Thinkstock