Soya Dahibara Recipe | Recipes
- 500 gms whole soya beans
- 60 gms urad dal (black gram)
- 1/2 cup curd (yogurt)
- 4-5 green chilies
- few coriander leaves, chopped
- salt to taste
- 1 tsp. cumin seeds
- soya refined oil for deep frying
- Soak soya beans and urad dal overnight. Drain water and grind the mixture into a coarse consistency.
- Add finely chopped green chilies and coriander leaves. Add salt to the mixture and mix well.
- Make flat baras and deep fry in soya oil till the baras turn golden brown.
- Beat the curd into a smooth paste. Add salt to taste. Roast cumin seeds and powder them coarsely. Soak the baras in this curd.
- Garnish with cumin seeds powder.
- Served chilled
- Soya Dahibara Recipe | Recipes
The amino acid found in eggs can help improve your reflexes.
Extra virgin olive oil is the healthiest fat on the planet.
Vitamin D is as important as calcium in determining bone health, and most people don’t get enough of it.
There are five main components of fitness: the body’s ability to use oxygen, muscular strength, endurance, flexibility and body composition.
To lose one pound of fat, you need to burn roughly 3,500 calories.
Walking at a fast pace for three hours or more at least one time a week, you can reduce your risk of heart disease by up to 65%.
Even at rest, muscle is three times more efficient at burning calories than fat.
Running is good for you. People who run 12-18 miles a week have a stronger immune system and can increase their bone mineral density.
Exercising regularly can increase your lifespan by keeping your DNA healthy and young.
The average moderately active person walks approximately 7,500 steps a day, which is the lifetime equivalent of walking around the Earth five times.
Stretching increases the blood flow to your muscles and helps avoid injuries.