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Cashew Pistachio Capsicum gravy


 

Kaju Capsicum final

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It’s the rich and luxurious gravy, Best described as succulent bell peppers and nuts cooked in a silky sauce of onions, peanuts and spices…this dish is nutty and flavorful. Now, this gravy Is neither mild nor sweet, it’s just soft and mellow with the hint of spices and chilies intact; that is to say it’s just the way we Indians love to have it when served with Parathas or Rotis (Indian Bread)

Health Benefits:

Cashews contain unsaturated fat,which helps to reduce cholestrol and improve heart health. It also helps to maintain healthy gums. Its high copper content is vital in energy production, greater flexibility in blood vessels, bones and joints.

Pistachio helps healthy heart, weight management, protection against diabetes and hypertension and improve digestion. The vitamins, minerals, fats and protein found in Pistachio are all good for once health.

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Bulgur and Kidney beans stuffed Aubergine – Baked


Stuffed aubergine final

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This is a delicious healthy meal where the fillings can be customised as per choice. This can be served as a main dish Or a starter skipping bulgur filling. I love the texture of eggplant, which is soft and gives a crunchy roasted flavour especially when contrasted with bean and rice filling. It is aromatic with whole spices which tantalises the taste buds

Health Benefits:

Aubergine or Brinjal, is a very low calorie vegetable and has healthy nutrition profile. The peel or skin (deep blue/purple varieties) of aubergine has significant amounts of antioxidants which helps to fight against cancer, aging, inflammation, and neurological disease.

Serves: 2
Preparation time: 30 minutes
Baking time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes

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