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14 September, 2018 11:44 AM Almond Flour: Everything You Need To Know About This Nutritious Grain-Free Flour

There is a new trend of using grain-free flours, which is gaining traction, as more and more people turn to gluten-free diets. There are a number of gluten-free alternatives to wheat and refined flours, which are being sold in the market and are being increasingly used to replace the conventional grain flours while making everything, from cakes and cookies 104

10 September, 2018 11:09 AM Eat Almond Flour Like Rahul Khanna: 3 Hard-To-Beat Reasons!

Bollywood actor and model Rahul Khanna's Instagram page is as classy as the man's looks and sartorial sense. He has a penchant for clean frames and neat compositions and he never deviates from that style. When he's not busy flaunting his impossibly toned body and flashing charming smiles at us from the photos, he is busy Instagramming his breakfasts 79

13 February, 2018 5:31 AM Happy Mahashivratri 2018: 5 Foods You Can Have While Observing Mahashivratri Vrat (Fast)

Mahashivratri 2018: While prayers and vigils go on throughout the night of Maha Sivaratri, what also makes the festival special is its characteristic fasting or the Maha Shivaratri Vrat There are several who opt for the 'nirjala' vrat, i.e where people consume no water or food through the day. However, not many can pull off this tough form of fasting 153

23 November, 2017 10:23 AM Fresh out of the oven

“Nothing beats the pleasure of having fresh bread for breakfast”. This baking enthusiast is ever ready to experiment with her bread, and also tries various combinations to along with it. Her signature bread is the five seeds bread that comprises of flax seed, sunflower seeds, melon, sesame and nigella seeds. All known for their highly fibrous content 126

2 April, 2015 12:06 PM Food from the frontier

Deepa Alexander feasts on a melting pot of flavours and memories from across the Punjab.  Zan, zamin, zar (women, land, gold), an old proverb that underlines the three things in the Punjab that bring the blood to boil. Add to the list a fourth — fluffy batura with fiery Pindi chole, sprinkled with a hint of pomegranate powder — especially if there is a long queue 126

13 December, 2014 7:32 PM That Wonderful Time of the Year

*Blanch the almonds in hot water for 10 minutes. Remove the skins and spread them on a baking sheet. Bake, stirring occasionally, until lightly toasted, for 10 minutes. Remove from oven; cool, then chop coarsely. *Beat butter in large bowl with electric mixer on medium-high speed until light and fluffy. Add half of the icing sugar; continue beating 14

13 December, 2014 10:52 AM Mustard Recipes | Readers' Recipe Swap

We're as keen as, well, you-know-what on your ideas for this fiery favourite... Your heady inventions made picking a winner this week particularly hard. Angela Kim's creamy mustard chicken with green peppercorns was simple yet indulgent, while Fadime's fried prawns with honey, mustard and chilli made for a quick and elegant starter. TwinnyDip's ingenious 24

25 August, 2014 2:35 PM Ruby Bakes ... With Yoghurt | Ruby Tandoh

Full-fat natural yoghurt is a surprisingly great substitute for butter when baking bread and cakes. Not only is it lower in fat, it adds a tangy flavour and creates a tender crumb. Even when there's no pasta, bread, fruit or veg in the house, you can count on my fridge being stocked with butter. There are blocks of it stacked neatly like bricks and yet more fitted 11

16 August, 2014 12:52 PM Readers' Recipe Swap: Gluten-Free Recipes

This week you proved there are no limits to free-from food., and the stories behind your recipes this week were as intriguing as the dishes themselves. Jenny Barret tells us how, as a child, she discovered crisp, doughy bhajis after gluten-rich cakes had suddenly become off-limits. On the savoury side, Fadime's cornbread with fragrant dill and salty 12

16 August, 2014 12:29 PM How to Make Apricot and Almond biscuits - Recipe

We hardly ever make biscuits. In term time, whimsical activities such as biscuit-baking don't get a look in, as the sturdier demands of breakfast, lunch and dinner are all-consuming. But, with the summer holidays stretching out, we're cooking even more than usual. Still in pyjamas with the clock well past 11am, we made biscuits together one morning - a suitably 7