There are many types of Dhal or Lentils in the market and each of them will give different taste to the curry. The famous lentils used by Indians are usually Mung Beans, Urad Dal, Chickpea or Garbanzo Beans, Masoor Dal, … Continue reading
Mouth watering Sweet Pongal recipe for beginners. Sweet pongal is known as Sakarai pongal in Tamil. Today is 14th January and it is Thai Pongal (தைப்பொங்கல்) for people of Tamil origin in India, Sri Lanka and around the world. There … Continue reading
What is sea buckthorn? It is a plant grows in shrubs preferably in a dry, hot, sandy and tolerable to salt. It has orange berries, small rounds no bigger than Aussie 20 penny diameters. Sea buckthorn botanical name is Hippophae. … Continue reading
Tea is widely consumed by many nations in the world. Sri Lanka is famous for its Ceylon Tea. Japan is famous for its Green Tea. China is famous for its Chinese Jasmine Tea. India is famous for Chai with milk. From … Continue reading
Colds and Flu has become a normal epidemic in Tropical countries. It is becoming normal to visit the GP doctor every month for medication. Hope the below recipe can reduce your visitation to the clinic.
Asparagus is a spring vegetable, which is native to many parts of Europe, northern Africa and western Asia. Asparagus is widely cultivated as a vegetable crop. Only young asparagus shoots are usually eaten as once the buds start to open, the … Continue reading
Macadamia widely grows in Australia region and famous for Macadamia chocolates. Macadamias are high in fat and low in protein compared to other edible nuts like Almonds and cashew nuts. Macadamia oil is usually used in cosmetic products and skincare.
Bilberry is a dark blue or indigo coloured fruit. Bilberry grows on low growing shrubs. Bilberry is often confused with its cousin Blueberry. Bilberry widely grows in the Scandinavian countries and Great Britain. Bilberry is widely used to treat eye … Continue reading
What causes Dark Circles Under Eyes? There are many reasons and have listed it below with remedy. – The skin under the eyes is thin. As we age, causing blood vessels to become noticeable. This causes appearance of dark circles.