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Maggi Pizza – Hungry Kya !

Maggi Pizza – Hungry Kya !

Maggi Pizza is a very unconventional way/recipe to make pizza, here we are trying to make the base out of Maggi noodles – which changes the whole concept of making pizza bases. As I started thinking about this recipe, I was very sceptical at first 

Maggi Crepes

Maggi Crepes

Crepes are originally french street staple food; they make these crepes for breakfast with various fillings. This is similar to American pancake but the crepes are a little thinner than the pancake and are not sweet. The crepes are had with filling but not pancakes 

Maggi Noodles Pancake

Maggi Noodles Pancake

Maggi noodles have been the favourite snack of many Indians across the country for decades, it can be students who are in college (as it is easy to cook and tasty), not to mention it’s children’s all-time favourite. In college we used to sneak out 

Is Cooking Therapeutic: Beneficial for Stress Management

Is Cooking Therapeutic: Beneficial for Stress Management

I have seen whenever I have been stressed, depressed, having a bad/terrible day have ended up in the kitchen and immersed myself in cooking, which somehow brings my anxiety level down, get a feeling satisfaction and also makes me feel happy that I could cook 

Role of Self Esteem in Managing Anger

Role of Self Esteem in Managing Anger

“The self-concept is what we think about the self; self-esteem, is the positive or negative evaluations of the self, as in how we feel about it” – Smith and Mackie (2007) “Anger is nothing more than an outward expression of hurt, fear, and frustration. – 

Curry Powder & its Enigma

Curry Powder & its Enigma

Curry powder is a blend of Indian Spices, which is a masala mix found out by Britishers trying to mimic the Indian Garam Masala or the masala mixes made in India 😊, But for Curry powder turns out to be much more complex and more 

Indian Cuisine: Curry can never be cooked in a Hurry

Indian Cuisine: Curry can never be cooked in a Hurry

When we look at the world as a palate, the major cuisines in the world, which have a profound impact on the world palate i.e., 1. Japanese, 2.  Italian, 3. Chinese, 4. Indian, 5. French, 6. American. Indian Cuisine has always been considered complex and 

Non-Native Vegetables and Fruits of India Part III

Non-Native Vegetables and Fruits of India Part III

To continue from Part I & II, we will be looking into some more fruits and vegetables which are non-native to the Indian subcontinent, but still very much part of our cuisine and have become inseparable. Tamarind: Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) is a non-native plant to 

Non-Native Vegetables and Fruits of India Part II

Non-Native Vegetables and Fruits of India Part II

To continue from Part I, we will explore more fruits and vegetables, which are non-native to India and have been amalgamated into our Indian cuisine so much that many of us think these vegetables are of Indian origin. Many of the vegetables which define north 

Non-Native Vegetables and Fruits of India – Part I

Non-Native Vegetables and Fruits of India – Part I

When we see some of the vegetables and fruits in the market, they have become an integral part of Indian cuisine, which if we dig deeper some of them are not of Indian origin. Even then they have become a daily part of our life