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Summer is hectic, humid and the most intolerable season for your body, it just drains the nutrients, the water content in your muscles and all the energy produced in your body is just to keep the temperature levels at par; hence its really really important to keep the nutrients flushed to your system.
Living in an urban city, as we know is a challenging task for prioritizing a specific time to cook, accordingly people tend to hog dinner outside no matter how nourished the dish consists of nor the hygiene part of it, for that element not even the price is brought into the picture.
This salad contains indigestible carbohydrates that are the main reason you feel repleted, before you could even proceed to the appetizers, adding cucumbers will be a great idea too, the whole salad gets you hydrated as well as energized.
Though this dish might be well known for a breakfast, there is no harm in having it for dinner, you only require a few vegetables for the stew – like carrots, beans, potatoes and peas. The dosa of 2 no’s during the night will be sufficient enough and healthy & tasty with stew.
The best season to consume prawns are anywhere between the end of summer season to the beginning of the winter season, prawns are a low fat protein content. Consuming 6 to 8 Shrimps or king prawns for a meal will surely let you get an intake of 13 to 18 grams of protein. The dish doesn’t have to be particular with biryani, any dish containing healthy and good amount of prawns will surely do it.
An average adult needs to consume a minimum of 130 grams of carbohydrates a day for proper function (Functional means it contains multiple nutrients that can bring benefits to the body). One cup of cooked sweet corn contains 31 grams.
All the above dishes or smoothies are more healthier than consuming fast food or foods added with MSG’s. The advantageous way to have great well-being is to prepare and consume food at home.
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