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  • Fish is very good for heart health and it is recommended by medical professionals to be eaten at least twice a week. Fish is usually fried or prepared as curry. But this recipe is a surprise twist to the ordinary fish fry and combines it with tasty and spicy gravy.Explore Recipe »

  • Bring a taste of the tropics to your dinner table. But be cautious and don’t marinate the meat too long. Explore Recipe »

  • We often think of rice pudding as a cold weather dessert, but it doesn’t take much to turn it into a refreshing summer treat. Eliminating warm spices, like cinnamon and allspice, and adding mango and lime zest, gives this recipe an almost exotic, tropical flavor. Explore Recipe »

  • Mangoes are available in plenty during the hot summer weather. Mangoes can be eaten in many forms, and mango shake is the most popular recipes of all. It is a perfect refreshing summer drink that can be served at breakfast or with either lunch or dinner. You can skip the honey if you want to lower the calorie content.Explore Recipe »

  • There are two very distinct and passionate camps when it comes to clam chowder--New England, with its creamy base and Manhattan, with its acidic, tomato base. The Manhattan fans can rejoice in this recipe, as there's almost no fat in this version.Explore Recipe »

  • In the mood for apple pie? Cut down on calories by leaving high-fat crust in the dust, and eating the fruity goodness.Explore Recipe »

  • This is a great recipe to keep on hand when you need a quick and healthy dessert but it also makes a nutritious, yet easy breakfast.Explore Recipe »

  • People think cauliflower is a year-round vegetable, but its flavor is at its best in the fall. Explore Recipe »

  • Don't let cooking fish scare you away from making this delicious and easy dish. The trick is to place the fish on a clean, hot grill and not to turn it until it releases itself. If your grill is clean, your fish will let you know when it's ready to be flipped.Explore Recipe »

  • When the tenderloin has come off the fire and is resting, take this time to grill up some lemon and lime halves. Serve on the platter with the sliced pork. The fresh juice will help brighten up the flavor.Explore Recipe »

  • Cauliflower is a great hit when made on its own or combined with other vegetables, such as potatoes. The spices along with the ginger-garlic paste give this recipe a wonderful flavor and aroma and it's an instant hit with both rotis and paranthas. Care should be taken not to overcook the vegetable.Explore Recipe »

  • Okra is a favorite Indian vegetable which can be prepared in a variety of ways. This spicy, crispy version is a huge hit as a main course dish and usually eaten with rotis and parathas.Explore Recipe »

  • A very popular North Indian recipe, Matar Paneer has a special place in the heart of both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. It's served as a part of a main course menu and can be eaten with rotis, puris, paranthas, and rice. The specific flavor and aroma comes from the ginger-garlic paste and the various spices used.Explore Recipe »

  • This vegetarian dish makes a hearty lunch or light dinner. Like tofu, quinoa is a complete protein that provides all essential amino acids. It is also a tasty source of fiber, iron, magnesium, calcium, and vitamins A, B, and E. Remember to rinse the quinoa well before cooking to remove its bitter-tasting coating of saponin, a natural compound that may help protect quinoa against agricultural pests.Explore Recipe »

  • An excellent source of protein, quinoa is a filling and nutritious grain perfect for lunch or a light dinner. Add in any vegetables you have on hand--grain salads like this one are a great way to use up leftovers.Explore Recipe »

  • Like oats, barley contains a soluble fiber called beta-glucan, which helps to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. However, unlike some other grains, the entire barley kernel contains beta-glucan. This means that even when processed, its soluble fiber remains intact.

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  • Crab cakes are always delectable as a main course, but when served as an appetizer, they give any gathering a touch of extravagance.Explore Recipe »

  • Perfect for red meats, particularly lamb. Serve with dinner, in a sandwich or as a dipping sauce.Explore Recipe »

  • Delicious with lamb and a tasty way to get rid of lettuce that's about to turn. Try it on a sandwich or cold as a salad.Explore Recipe »

  • Agua frescas are a great way to cool down when the summer's heat is at it's peak. Any kind of melon you can find will work as long as they're really ripe.Explore Recipe »

  • There are few things more soothing or satisfying than a bowl of miso soup. This recipe can be easily adapted to reflect what’s in season or available in your fridge. For example, you could replace the tofu with pre-cooked chicken or shrimp, the spinach with other greens, and the rice with leftover millet or soba noodles. Explore Recipe »

  • This mixed vegetable curry can be used with Rotis or Rice. It's a great dish to add color to the table and takes less than 15 minutes to cook, making it a great help for working women who have less time on their hands to serve a tasty dinner.Explore Recipe »

  • Rice cooked with colorful vegetables is an instant hit with both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. Its mouth-watering aroma originates from the whole spices used in this recipe. This is a recipe that can be cooked quickly when you are short on time. It can be served either as a main dish or as a side dish and tastes best when eaten with raita.Explore Recipe »

  • In Italy, biscotti are often served with coffee, cappuccino or lattés. Instead, try putting the coffee in the biscotti. Add instant coffee crystals to a cocoa-rich dough and cook it twice to achieve that traditional crunch.Explore Recipe »

  • As the weather starts to turn cooler it’s time to break out the cookie sheets. Keep these cookies in an air tight container up to a week.Explore Recipe »

  • Kohlrabi, commonly known as gath gobhi or Kashmiri saag, is seen in Northern India during winter and is an integral traditional Kashmiri cuisine, usually served boiled or combined with meat and fish. Monji Haak is fairly quick to make and provides a very healthy, nourishing meal. It tastes best with rice.Explore Recipe »

  • Popularized in the 1950s, Moo Goo Gai Pan is an Americanized version of a traditional Cantonese dish. The name comes from the Cantonese words for the main ingredients: moo goo (button mushrooms), gai (chicken) and pan (sliced).Explore Recipe »

  • Moong ki Dal is an extremely delicious, low calorie lentil recipe which is very easy and simple to make. It serves well as a hurried lunch or dinner recipe which can be eaten with both rice and rotis. If you are calorie conscious, then a bowl of this dal is a perfect meal for you.Explore Recipe »

  • The warm flavours of exotic Morocco make a great rub for chicken and turkey, especially when grilled. A quick marinade of 30 minutes is all you need for a big burst of fat-free flavour.Explore Recipe »

  • This quick and simple recipe transforms plain apple juice into a winter-warming nightcap for all the family to enjoy.Explore Recipe »

  • These rich and festive cherries go well with a dollop of vanilla ice cream or ricotta cheese. Serve individually on spoons topped with whipped cream for an impressive canapé.Explore Recipe »

  • American pancakes typically contain a lot of butter and are served with a sugar rich syrup and even more butter. This recipe for multigrain pancakes removes the unhealthy part of pancakes so you can enjoy this delicious treat whenever you want.Explore Recipe »

  • While too much red meat isn't good for your heart, healthier options like beef sirloin steak are now becoming widely available and can be included as part of a well-balance diet.Explore Recipe »

  • Frittatas are amongst the most filling and healthy breakfasts that can surely make your Sunday morning special. Combine this with whole grain toast and coffee for a lazy weekend meal. You can add any combination of vegetables to make a frittata more wholesome and nutritious. Leftover roasted vegetables or chicken is a great way of using up leftovers in this meal.Explore Recipe »

  • Taking a spin on the Italian classic of panzanella, this version uses freshly grilled pita breads for a great summer side salad. Explore Recipe »

  • Mutton is classified as red meat and hence is better to be used sparingly, regardless of the present state of your health. Mutton tastes best when cooked to the perfect consistency.Explore Recipe »

  • Tzatziki sauce is a yogurt-based dip used to accompany many traditional Greek meals. Get a taste of the Mediterranean by making your own.Explore Recipe »


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