diet-eat.net – Tadka Idli Recipe: How to Make Tadka Idli Recipe

diet-eat.net – Bell Pepper Hummus Recipe: How to Make Bell Pepper Hummus Recipe

diet-eat.net – Samosas Recipe | Bon Appétit

diet-eat.net – Creamy Pasta with Butternut Squash and Mascarpone Cheese

diet-eat.net – Tadka Idli Recipe: How to Make Tadka Idli Recipe

Have some leftover idlis from breakfast? Use them to make a lip-smacking dinner for yourself. Tadka Idli is a flavourful twist given to the basic idlis which makes them even more delicious. You just a handful of ingredients like butter, mustard seeds, curry leaves, dry red chilli and some spices and your Tadka Idli will

diet-eat.net – Bell Pepper Hummus Recipe: How to Make Bell Pepper Hummus Recipe

Need a healthy dip to go along with your snacks? Make this lip-smacking hummus at home which is quite unique yet tasty. Made with mainly two ingredients- bell peppers and garlic, this yummy hummus recipe will become your all-time favourite. You can have it along with baked chips, nachos or even veggies. If you are

diet-eat.net – Samosas Recipe | Bon Appétit

These savory crispy fried Indian samosas from Amma restaurant in New York are packed with spiced potato filling, bright with lemony notes courtesy of coriander, dried and ground pomegranate seeds called anardana powder, and dried green mango powder, or amchur. Both powders can be found at Indian grocers and online at Kalustyan’s, a Manhattan-based shop

diet-eat.net – Creamy Pasta with Butternut Squash and Mascarpone Cheese

 A delicious combination of sweet butternut squash, creamy mascarpone cheese and sage infused butter sauce Fall season, here we come! Here is my very first fall-inspired squash recipe of the year. And it’s a good one. This scrumptious vegetarian pasta is a well balanced and satisfying meal which I’m sure will become one of your

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diet-eat.net – There’s A Special Place in My Pantry for Patagonia Provisions Canned Mackerel

This is Highly Recommend, a column dedicated to what people in the food industry are obsessed with eating, drinking, and buying right now. Until relatively recently, I used to stock my kitchen with a hefty assortment of instant foods meant for emergencies only: reserve boxes of Annie’s cheddar shells, random frozen dinners, overly salty canned

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diet-eat.net – This Baked Oatmeal Is Endlessly Customizable

We’re in our third year of getting kids out the door for school early with a decent breakfast, hair brushed, clothes on, lunches packed, waters filled, and it still feels hard—most days it feels like prodding cattle to get them out the door. Preparing breakfast in advance feels like gifting myself an easier morning, and

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diet-eat.net – In ‘Fault Lines,’ a Japanese Housewife Falls for an Objectively Hot Restaurateur

I was lucky enough to spend three days in Tokyo last week, and it was magnificent. I explored the cobbled streets of Kagurazaka, sampled bites of crispy, croquette-like beef and potato korokke during Obon, and watched cherry blossoms suddenly bathe the city in pink as if a switch had been flicked. While Japan remains closed

diet-eat.net – Morning Glory Baked Oatmeal Recipe

Warm and cozy, this big-batch baked oatmeal takes inspiration from those beloved hippie muffins known as morning glory. It’s loaded with grated carrot and apple, two kinds of oats (rolled and steel-cut) for an extra fiber punch, and sweetened with fresh orange juice, raisins, and a touch of maple syrup instead of refined sugar. Make

diet-eat.net – Cinnamon Roll Blondies – i am baker

Cinnamon Roll Blondies are blondies with a layer of cinnamon-sugar mixture in the middle and topped with whipped cream cheese frosting. If these bars make you crave a cinnamon roll, try my homemade Cinnamon Rolls. Cinnamon Roll Blondies It starts with my blondies recipe, but I didn’t add butterscotch chips to the batter. Instead, I

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diet-eat.net – Being a Parent in the Restaurant Industry Shouldn’t Be This Hard

Paloma is hardly alone. The average American household with children under the age of five spends nearly 10 percent of its monthly income on childcare; those at the poverty line spend 35 percent, soaring five times past the 7 percent considered affordable by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Perversely, parents of any

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