Monthly Archives: March 2012

Frost it Out This Summer

Beat the heat with this cooling respite from the blistering hot sun! Watermelons are not only lusciously sweet but packed with nutrients. Here’s a recipe that will get the kids and the biggies asking for more. Ingredients • 2 cups … Continue reading

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Pina Colada Lassi

As the temperature escalates, chill out with this easy-to-make summer chiller! Ingredients: • 100 ml iced pineapple juice • 100 ml light coconut milk • 100 ml thick sweet (without flavouring) frozen yogurt • 1/2 cup crushed ice • 1/4 … Continue reading

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Tender Coconut Pudding

Ingredients: 10 grams of China Grass 200 ml Water 200 ml Tender Coconut Water 300 ml Condensed Milk 500 ml Milk 4 tblsp Sugar 1 cup Shavings of Tender Coconut 1/2 cup Grated Coconut Dissolve china grass in water over … Continue reading

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Asparagus

It’s cool, crunchy, delicious and healthy! Asparagus can be cooked quickly and goes well with the flavours and textures of meals prepared at this time of the year. If that’s not all, it offers health benefits such as anti-inflammatory and … Continue reading

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Prunes

If you’re down and out due to the bland diets on your quest to lose weight, fret not; sweeten your palate with prunes. They are surprisingly lower in calories but rich in fibre and beta carotene; it is nature’s best … Continue reading

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Healthy Cooking – Cabbage

Cabbage lends some significant cholesterol-reducing advantages if it is cooked through the steaming process. The fibre-linked elements in cabbage tend to bind better with bile acids in one’s alimentary canal when it’s been cooked in steam. Once the fibre binds … Continue reading

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Rich and Creamy Sauces – No Added Calories!

Is it possible to make creamy and tasty sauces without oil, whipped cream, or butter? You’ll be surprised! Here are two examples of cream based sauces: • Simmer onions and garlic slowly in low heat, then combine with silken bean … Continue reading

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