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Childhood Nostalgia : Orange Candy

Posted by Anna Anandita on

“Ek me 4 wali toffee” More than a decade back, this was what we used to call this candy. As children, this was the candy we could buy in plenty.  1 rupee=4 toffee A single rupee had the power to bring the power of riches to us back then.  When I find orange candy these days, it takes me back to my childhood. I remember my four-year-old self running down to the local shop at the end of the street whenever I had a one rupee change. That was all I needed to buy my favourite orange candy, which cost...

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Why Saunf Should be an Integral Part of Your Diet?

Posted by Anna Anandita on

Fennel seeds are known as Saunf (Hindi), Peruncirakam (Tamil), Mauri (Bengali). Fennel is a flowering plant of the Foeniculum Vulgare family. Originally, the plant is seen in the Mediterranean regions and India. It is quite sought after spice in India DID YOU KNOW? Fennel is a concentrated source of minerals like Copper, Potassium, Calcium, Zinc, Manganese, Vitamin C, Iron, Selenium and Magnesium.  India is the largest exporter of saunf.    TYPES OF FENNEL SEEDS The fennel seeds are of two types namely, Foeniculun vulgare (herb) and Florence fennel (swollen bulb like stem used vegetable. NUTRIENT CONTENT Vitamin C  Vitamin E...

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Health Benefits of Gulkand

Posted by Sumedha Chhikara on

Many of us eat Gulkand when we eat the paan. It is an essential part of the mukhwas that we eat after meals. However, Gulkand can and should be eaten by itself too. There are many health benefits of Gulkand because of the nutritious ingredients in it. It is basically known for its cooling properties. It is also called a natural coolant. Gulkand is essentially considered a medicine in Ayurveda. The Making of Gulkand Gulkand is an easy to prepare delicacy, which can be made at home without much hassle. All that is required are Damask rose petals and sugar. The...

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