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Smoothie Bowl Recipe - How To Make a Healthy Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie bowl recipe - learn how to make a smoothie bowl. Never heard of them? then its high time you try this smoothie in a bowl topped with amazing tropical fruits...or should I name this tropical smoothie bowl? Smoothie bowls are actually, pouring a thick smoothie into a bowl and topping it with fruits, nuts, protein powders. Smoothie bowls are amazing to look at and that makes healthy eating option more fun. This is definitely a show stopper and a great way to include healthy food in your family's diet. I actually posted this smoothie bowl video on my youtube channel 2 months back and I am a little late in posting here. Smoothie bowl is something which is not seen or posted by bloggers from my country but since these days, "copying or inspiring" has become a fashion; I promise you will see more versions of this smoothie bowls in some of the popular blogs around; like it happened to my overnight oats recipe. If you haven't checked out my overnight oats, th

Mushroom Fried Rice Recipe - Kids Lunch Box Recipes

Mushroom fried rice is a power packed meal for kids lunch box and easy to make if you have some left over cooked rice. Kids love restaurant style food and this mushroom fried rice is a perfect homemade "restaurant style" mushroom fried rice. I added veggies that were available in my fridge but you can add in green peas, cabbage, corn, broccoli etc. I mean try to make it as healthy as possible and protein packed. Video recipe of mushroom fried rice. Ingredients: Rice: 2 cups Water: As needed Salt: As needed. Oil: 3 tbsp Mushrooms: 200 gms Soy sauce: 2 tsp Green Chilli Sauce: 1 tbsp White Vinegar: 1 tsp Pepper: 1 1/2 tsp or as needed Garlic: 6 cloves Chopped Onion: 2 tbsp Chopped Celery Stalks: 2 tbsp Chopped Carrots: 3 tbsp Chopped Beans: 3 tbsp Chopped Capsicum: 2 tbsp Spring Onion: 1 tbsp Method: Soak rice for 10 mins and wash and strain. Add it into a boiling pot of water, add salt. Once the rice is 3/4 cooked strain it and keep aside.

Chicken Dum Biriyani Recipe - Malabar Style

Malabar style chicken dum biriyani is popular in the Muslim community of North Kerala. A korma is made with chicken and spices and that is layered with flavoured cooked rice and baked to perfection. This is slightly different from Hyderabadi dum biriyani and if you are living in Kerala you must have tasted this biriyani atleast once. This recipe is actually from a very close friend of my amma's and she has been making this for some 40 plus years and this is the biriyani I grew up on and amma only makes this biriyani. The cheat she does is when making the korma, she grinds some cashewnuts, raisins etc with green chilies, shallots (cheriya ulli), and coriander leaves; which can also be ground separately. But since she has been making this biriyani from many many years, amma just made the whole biriyani process easy and simple; which you can understand when you watch my video. Do not get put off by the long ingredient list; its because of the whole spices used in korma and rice.