Flour (Atta) is an ever-present staple in each and every Indian household. Be it roti, bhakari, parantha, chapati or thepla, flour has multiple uses and is consumed across the Indian geographies in many forms.
Diwali is the time of the year when the whole family comes together to celebrate the festival of lights. It is the time when people forget their past and try to start everything afresh; keeping the past behind and in our Indian culture, for every new beginning, one must always start it with a sweet mouth.
Navratri is one of the most celebrated Hindu festivals in our country. Navratri actually takes place 4 times in a year, out of which only 2 are celebrated all across India- Chaitra and Sharad Navratri.
Chiroti Rava is a type of rava sooji which is specifically found in Karnataka. It is also known as Bansi Rava and it also happens to be brown in colour. It is a wheat product which is made by grinding husked wheat. This is mainly used in South India to prepare Rava Dosa, Rava Idli, and Upma.
People say that spinach is a superfood as it is packed with loads of nutrients and minerals with a small amount of calories. Research has also shown that consuming green leafy veggies such as spinach is good for your skin, bones, hair growth and health, in general. No wonder Popeye used to love spinach and it would give him tremendous energy as it is filled with proteins, iron, vitamins, and minerals.
Ganesh Chaturthi is a renowned festival in the whole country which has its roots in Maharashtra and was popularized by Bal Gangadhar Tilak. People from all communities come together at this time of the year to be a part of something that is bigger than themselves and how can one imagine celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi without having tasty modaks?