Drinks To Boost Your Immunity During COVID-19

With the unlocking happening in India, many of you are going to your workplace. Even though you can’t take a leave, you can at least boost your immunity so that you don’t fall prey to coronavirus.

Here are some immunity booster drinks that you can add to your morning or late-night rituals –

1. Haldi Tea

Turmeric is known to be a great anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant. When mixed with laung, elaichi, cinnamon, and lemon, it helps in boosting your immunity system.

2. KashiriKahwa

Typically a winter drink, Kahwa is known to be high in vitamin B12,  thanks to the saffron added in it. It helps in energize and kickstarts the body’s defense system. It also has anti-oxidants that give the body the strength to fight from infections and flu.

3. Kadha

Yes, the tea that your grandmother used to give you when you had a cold, helps in boosting your immunity. It also helps in regulating blood sugar levels, healing, and improving gut health.

4. Honey Immunity Shots

Honey acts as an antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral, while garlic is a powerful immunity booster that is used to cure many infections. Thinly slice the garlic (keep it aside for 10-15 minutes), add honey and cumin seeds, and consume it.

These drinks won’t assure that you don’t have coronavirus, but it’ll prepare and strengthen your immune system to fight the virus.

Irani Cafes In Mumbai You Must Try

One of the many things Persian brought to India was their delicious cuisine. Even today Iranian, and Parsi food are loved by many in this country. Whether it is Irani Chai, SalliBotti, or dhansak, many people enjoy a good breakfast at an Irani food joint.

Many cafes have been running for centuries, but the authenticity and popularity haven’t diminished. People don’t mind waiting in long queues to eat their favorite Irani food.

Here are some popular Irani cafes in Mumbai that should be on your food list –

1. Cafe Irani Chaii

Relatively new, this cafe is owned by filmmaker MansoorShowghiYezdi. Surrounded by mirrored-glasses, checkered table cloth, glass display of bakery food, and jars filled with kismi bars and the phantom sweet cigarettes, this cafe has gained popularity thanks to its delicious breakfast menu. The Irani chai, mutton keemapav, mutton samosa, masala omelet, and chicken Irani are worth trying.

2. Yazdani Bakery

Opened in 1953, Yazdani bakery is famous for its maska bun and ginger biscuits. All the bakery items are handmade and baked in diesel ovens. It’s one of the greatest attractions around the fort area.

3. Merwan & Co.

Near Grant Road Railway Station, this cafe is a popular breakfast joint among the office goers. The delicious bun maska, cakes, puddings, and milkshakes are worth adding to your food list. Try out the mava cake too.

4. SodaBottleOpenerWala Cafe

SodaBottleOpenerWala Cafe is a funky new cafe that serves authentic Iranian food. Eye-catching one-liners and ambiance are what make it great. Try out the eggs Kejriwal, vada-pav, Salli Botti, chicken farce, and chicken berry pulao.

Enjoy the deliciousness!

Types of Healthy Kheer You Can Make

Indian pudding, made from boiling milk and sugar with rice, broken wheat, or vermicelli, this traditional dessert is often made during special occasions. This dish is even ideal for people who are on a diet or fasting as it contains milk and sugar. A few changes here-and-there will make the kheer recipe healthy and tasty.

Here are some options that you can try –

1. Oats and Dates Kheer

If you are on a diet this kheer is a good option for you. Oats and dates both are considered good while dieting. This kheer is made from oats, dates, and milk, no additional sugar is used in this recipe. This kheer is full of proteins and will satisfy your cravings.

2. Makhane Ki Kheer

Kheer made from fox nuts or makhane is best during fasting days. Also known as  Payasam, in the southern part of India, it has many health benefits.  Fox nuts are known to have inflammatory properties, slows down aging, maintain blood pressure, fight infertility, and helps people with arthritis.

3. Quinoa Kheer

If you are counting your calories, Quinoa kheer is something you should try. Quinoa is rich in antioxidants, fiber, and minerals. It also absorbs good amounts of water making it an ideal option for kheer.

4. Sago Kheer

Popularly known as sabudana, Sago kheer is ideal for infants and adults. This popular fasting ingredient, sabudana kheer is made from milk, sugar, and of course sabudana.

Enjoy the deliciousness.

The Delicious Food Of Haryana

Known to be the land where the Dharma Yudh happened years ago, Haryana is popular for its history, heritage, culture, and food. The delicious aromatic Haryanvi food is tempting enough for you to pick up the car keys and rush to the nearest Haryanvi restaurant.

You all must be knowing about the famous Paratha restaurant Murthal that is on the way from Delhi to Jaipur. Well, this restaurant, which serves yummy food, is in Karnal.

There are delicious foods of Haryana that you must try –

1. Singri ki Sabji

Known as Ker Sangri, this dish is popular in Haryana households. The aromatic spices and ingredients used to prepare this sabji will blow your mind. This finger-licking good dish also has berries.

2. Malpua

A sweet Indian version of a pancake, Malpua is flurry and served hot. The Malpua is traditionally fried in Ghee and then dipped in sugar syrup, it’s then garnished with nuts and sometimes serves with Rabri.

3. Tamatar Chutney

Spicy, sweet, and tangy, Tomato Chutney is made from tomatoes, garlic, onion, spices, and salt. This chutney is often cooked in Haryana households. It can be served with pakoras or even your lunch and dinner.

4. Bajra Khichdi

Khichdi is a famous dish in India, but each state has its twist to the recipe. So does Haryana, the khichdi in Haryanvi is made from bajra instead of rice.

Make some at home and enjoy.

Margarita Recipes That You Can Easily Make At Home

In the 1930s, Margarita became a popular drink in bars. It is also known as ‘The Daisy.’ This is an old-school cocktail recipe that has the usage of spirits and citrus.

We now have a variety of classic margarita. How is the classic one made? Well, all you need is some tequila, lime juice, ice, and Cointreau. Easy? Make it at home and enjoy a cocktail night. What you can also do is, add some special ingredients and make a delicious cocktail.

Here are some options that you can try –

1. Spicy Thai Lemongrass Margarita

The fragrant lemongrass will give your classic margarita a spicy touch. All you need is that bird chilli, tequila, lemongrass paste, lemon juice, and sugar or honey. Try this out only if you have a spicy palette.

2. Triple Berry Margarita

More on the festive side, this cocktail is an ideal drink to serve when you have guests at home. The berries add a sweet and sour taste and also give it a colourful twist. All you need is berry pulp, tequila, ice, lemon juice, and ice. You can garnish with berries on a skewer or lemon slice on the rim of the glass.

3. Mango Margarita

The mango will add a sweet flavour to your classic margarita. People who like sweet drinks will like this option. What you need is some mango puree/chunks, lemon juice, soda, sugar, ice, tequila, and Cointreau. You can put some sugar or salt on the rim of the glass.

4. Spicy Grapefruit Margarita

Another spicy option. The jalapenos and grapefruit will add a spicy twist to your classic margarita. All you need is some tequila, grapefruit juice, lemon juice, sliced jalapenos, honey, or sugar. You can decorate the rim of your glass with some spicy mixture.


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