For this Kesari, you can use any desired/available fruits of your choice. I used Banana, Apple, Papaya, Chikko (Sapota) and Orange. Method: Peel the skin and remove seeds from the fruits. Cut it into small cubes. For one cup rawa, one to one and half cups of fruit pieces can […]
Method: Put the water melon cubes in a mixie and run for one to two seconds. Serve chilled. You can also add few drops of lemon juice and few Mint leaves for extra flavour.
Method: Remove the skin and the seeds from the fruit. Cut it into medium size pieces. Put it in a mixie along with sugar and grind it to a fine puree. Then add the milk and run for one to two seconds. Serve chilled. Tips: You can add one tablespoon […]
Jujube also known as Red Date or Chinese Date is originated in China and have been cultivated for more than 4,000 years. The fruit is a drupe, varying from round to elongate shape and from small gooseberry size to plum-size. There are hundreds of varieties available all over the world. […]
Method: You can make fruit salad with any number of seasonal and available fruits. I made the fruit salad using the fruits listed here. Cut apple, pineapple, papaya and guava into medium size pieces. Cut the pomegranate and separate the pearls. Cut the cherry into two to three pieces. Heat […]
Method: Soak karamani in water over night or at least 6 to 7 hours. Wash and drain the water. Pressure cook for one to two whistles. Do not overcook. It should be cooked like for making sundal. Drain the excess water and keep aside. Add half cup water to the […]
Method: Mix custard powder with little cold milk and keep aside. For mixed fruit pieces, you can use any fruits available. I used apple, Chikko, Papaya, Pomegranate and orange. Cut the fruits into small cubes. Put 1/4 cup sugar in a vessel and add just enough water to cover the […]
Chikoo Fruit (called as “Sapota pazham” in Tamil Nadu) is a rich source of digestible sugar, protein, fibre and minerals like phosphorus, calcium and iron. The milk like substance (the latex) extracted from the chikoo stem is gummy in structure and used to make the chewing gum. Chicklet is made […]
Pomegranates are not only delicious and beautiful, they’re also one of the most nutritious fruits we can eat. Pomegranates are being hailed as a super-food which can protect the heart. Pomegranate juice contains the highest antioxidant capacity compared to other juices, red wine and green tea.
Cherries can increase antioxidant levels, and an abundance of antioxidants may help slow the aging process. Cherries are also full of vitamin C, calcium, potassium, and fiber. Fresh cherries are even better and may lower heart attack and stroke risk.