Showing posts from April 7, 2017


Since the period it was launchedI think propably in 80's, Maggi noodles has been the most favourite meal options for  kids and adults. Its lingering taste and easy method attracts the hostel students and for those who don't know how to cook the food.
The Lucknow Food Safetyand drug administration recently found that Maggi contains  monsodium glutamate (MSG) and lead to excess amounts of sodieum and complaint to the Food Safety and standards Authority of India (FSSAI) and requesting to cancel the license of maggi.It is discussed what MSG is it is the sodium salt of glutamic acid one of the most abundant and non essential amino acids. MSG is found in tomatoes, potatoes, mushrooms and the other veggies and fruits.
MSG enhances the taste generally enjoyed by chinese people. Researchers however could not establish the link between the MSG and the symptoms of various diseases.
Meanwhile Nestle company denied the addition of MSG. Glutamate is safe and naturally occuring in every day and…


This is one of the spicy curry you will never taste before. There are several versions of cooking the brinjals in south India.This curry will be cooked in a jiffy. Very simple but the taste is high. Let us proceed to cook this yummy brinjal curry right now.

Brinjals 250 gms Tomato medium size Shallots peeled off and chopped half cup Sambar powder one tablespoon Curry leaves one sprig Sesame oil one tablespoon Mustard seeds one spoon Turmeric one small spoon Coriander powder one spoon Cumins seeds powder one spoon
Heat the frying pan with sesame oil. Add mustard seeds to pop up. Once it starts to splutter, add shallots, curry leaves. Saute for a while until the shallots turn translucent. Transfer the chopped brinjals to the frying pan. Add turmeric and sambar powder and salt. Saute for few minutes in low flame. Add chopped tomato. Give a gentle toss. Add coriander powder, cumin powder and one spoon of castor oil. Add adequate water and salt to taste. Close the lid and cook for five min…