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We are slowly forgetting the suggested medicines during pregnancy told by our traditional people. Are you conceived? Congratulations. Consult with a good doctor since we have already reached the time, which we will be only relying on the hospitals during the pregnancy life. Obstetrics, much-needed medical field. However, over the whole period of fertilization, only believing on chemical medicines, tonic and ignoring traditional medicines is sad news. Consulting with the family doctor and knowing necessary essential care, disease resistance, sugar, blood pressure, presence of infectious diseases are important. The modern medical science reduced the frequency of maternal death during pregnancy and child child deaths during birth.

At the same time, we need to think why most normal deliveries likely to happen in the developed countries such as the United States, England, Canada and why frequent Cesarian in India Is this due to the weak pelvic for Indian women? Or Cesarian is less risk than normal deliveries for doctors? Or people dealing with the doctors to take out the baby on particular time to fix the baby's horoscope? Or Asking to do cesarian such that women will go to office on the third day of delivery? Or doctors asking permission for Cesarian to husband's by telling scaring news such that baby will get suffocation and husband's requesting doctors to do whatever to save wife and baby in this complex situation?.

Pregnant women have to take more Pomegranate. It will give the best result for pregnancy vomiting , anemia, the first trimester rate of miscarriage. Sprouted fenugreek porridge and urad porridge are enough for unreasonable Leucorrhoea. Black Panneer Grapes will helpful for Bleeding in early pregnancy, shrinking of the Uterus. Lotus flower , star anise is used to overcome the pregnancy difficulties. These herbs which are rich in folic acid, pain killer capability, antibiotic, antioxidant, iron and mineral needs to include in the research in order to help during the pregnancy.

Colorful fruits, greens, fish, eggs, milk, ragi, brown rice or hand made rice foods are very essential for pregnant women. No other costly tonics can give the benefit than Spinach with moong dal and Ragi dosa. Constipation is common during pregnancy due to Bladder Shrinking in front side and backside pressure on the rectum.

For relieving from this problem women needs to drink four litre water daily, FIG, Banana Stem Salad, ripe bananas, if necessary needs to have nimble Terminalia chebula at night after doctor's advice. Nowadays no need to worry about Gestational diabetes during pregnancy. Having fenugreek and curry leaves in daily diet brings additional control.

Tamil Sidha Agathiyar told in his Valladhi that women's Uterus is 23mm in size and in 5th month baby's ear, nose and lips and in 7th month hair will be formed without ultrasonic sound.

In 1700's Carl Linneas who laid the foundations for the modern biological naming scheme and history calling him as the father of modern taxonomy. At the same time we forgot all the medicine advised by our Sidha's.

Many years ago itself traditional people researched and defined the medicines for all the diseases. Do we need to avoid their research and science?
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As summer began, Drumstick season also started. In this season buy drumstick as much as possible and prepare recipes. So that along with Drumstick taste, protect your health as well.

Bone strength:

High level of calcium, iron and vitamins, which is in Drumstick help strengthening the bones. Especially having Drumstick juice or continue to consume with milk, increases the density of the bones.

Clean up blood

Drumstick and the its leaves have the capability to clean the blood. It is the best anti-biotic agent in nature.If we consume drumstick along with drumstick leaf juice, soup, our blood will be cleansed. Also, it cures acne and other skin problems.

Reducing blood sugar levels

Drumstick leaves reduce the amount of sugar in the blood and it will control the diabetic problems. Also, it will make kidney to work properly.

Cure respiratory problems

If you have a sore throat, cold, or cough, keep drinking a cup of drumstick leaf soup. As a result you will get freedom from respiratory problems due to the inflammatory nature of the immune system. Especially lung diseases such as asthma, pneumonia, tuberculosis will be cured

It is good for pregnant women

If pregnant women taking drumstick in the diet, childbirth takes place smoothly without any problem. Because It is rich in vitamins and Mineral nutrients. If the women are increasingly eaten after delivery, milk secretion will be increased.

Infections

Drumstick leaves and flowers contain anti-bacterial. This will prevent infections in the throat and skin. It is also rich in Vitamin C, which will increase the body's immune system and avoid diseases caused by free radicals.

Help for digestion

Drumstick leaves are rich in vitamin B complex, which is necessary for digestion. The vitamin is the one breaks complex carbohydrates, protein and fat in the digestive tract.

Sexual health

The drumstick is rich in zinc. This will induce sexual feel and cures erectile deficiency. Also will increase the quality of the sperm.
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Easy Indian salmon curry recipe made spicy with chili powder, tomatoes, and onion. This is an easy weeknight meal that it can be made in under 30 minutes. 

Salmon curry recipe is the easiest version of Salmon Kuzhambu, a south Indian style fish gravy. The authentic version of Indian seafood gravy requires many ingredients which may not be available in modern kitchen nowadays.

For those who love Indian style food and does not want an elaborate cooking can opt this version. As I minimized the processes and reduced the ingredients list to make it easier for you on busy weekdays.

The taste of the curry mainly depends on the quality of the seafood. So, check whether it is fresh to make before using it. Fresh and good seafood tastes great even with minimal preparations.


Ingredients:


Salmon fish - 1.5kg
Fenugreek seeds - 3tsp
Cumin seeds - 1tsp
Black pepper - 2tsp
Fennel seeds - 2tsp
Onion - 2
Tomato -1
Green chilli - 3
Grated coconut - 4spoon
Ginger garlic paste - 2tsp
Tamarind - 1lemon size
Chilli powder - 3tsp
Turmeric powder - 1tsp
Coriander powder - 1tsp
Curry leaves - 1 leaflet
Vegetable Oil for seasoning
Sesame oil - 1tsp
Salt for taste
Very small slice of lemon

Steps:

Cut the fish into pieces and wash thoroughly.

Add turmeric powder, two spoons of chilli powder on the fish and mix. Keep this mix for 20 minutes.




Take a lemon size tamarind in a bowl and add little hot water. Keep this aside for 15minutes.




Add a two spoon of oil into a pan and heat. Once oil hot, add 2 tsp of fenugreek seeds, Black pepper, fennel seeds, cumin seeds. Fry this till golden color.




Add ¾ of chopped onion and cut green chilli. Fry this until onion gets translucent. Now add grated coconut to this and fry it. Add ginger garlic paste into this and fry it until the raw smell goes out.







Now this mix is ready for making a paste. Grind this into a fine paste by adding some water.

Again heat the same pan and add two spoons of oil and sesame oil and heat it. Once hot, add 1 tsp of fenugreek seeds. Add the rest of the onion and tomato. Once the onion and tomato mushy, add tamarind extract and boil it.


Add 1 tsp chilli powder, coriander powder, ground paste and stir it. Add enough water and make this mix into boil.








Once this is boiled, add the marinated fish pieces into the gravy. Once bubble started, add a lemon juice just little. Now reduce the flame to very low and keep boiling for 10 minutes.








After 10 minutes, add oil into a small pan. Add mustard seeds, urad dal, curry leaves. Once the mustard starts splutter, add this mix into curry and gently stir it without breaking fish pieces.






Now wonderful Salmon fish curry is ready.

Salmon Fish is very rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. So it is very good for health.

Try and post your comment and suggestions below.
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Sugarcane belongs to the grass family. It's a Wetland crop. Also tropical crops. It can grow well in alluvial soil and black soil. It consumes much water. It can grow 6 feet to 19 feet height based on the type of sugar cane. Its world's largest crop by production quantity. It is being cultivated on about 26.0 million hectares in more than 90 countries. Brazil is the largest producer of sugar cane in the world. Next five major producers are India, China, Thailand, Pakistan and Mexico.

Origin of sugar cane is a Papua New Guinea Island, which is located eastern Indonesia around 6000 BC. From here it is spread to other south and southeast Asia countries.

Jagger which is produced from sugar cane also a traditional food ingredient of Indians. Approximately 2500 years before itself a hint mentioned in the Ayurveda medical book Sushruta Samhita that Jagger can cure Rheumatic and digestion Diseases. In BC 4th century, ArthaSasthra book having few hints about Jagger and sugar.

There is no harm by eating pure Jagger, if it is produced without any chemical process. It is rich in fiber. It has the capability to clean Esophagus, stomach, lung since it is triggered to produce digestive acids.

In BC, 5th century Indians made Kandu (Solid Sugar) and sell to overseas. In AD 627, Few people from China came to India to learn how making sugar at the period of Harsha Empire.

For many decades, except in south Asian countries, people used only honey for sweetness.

AD, 8th century, Arabic Merchants came to India and got back sugar. Mediterranean Countries, Mesopotamia, Egypt, North Africa got sugar through Arabics.

During the past 7 centuries, the entire world overturned on three items. Sugar cane, Pepper and Silk. Sugar cane and sugar was the reason for slave trade for long years.

Due to limited natural resources, Europe believes in importing food and some necessary items. During the 11th century, sugar introduced in Europe. But it is used only by rich people since it was very costly. The fixed tax for selling sugar also very high. As per the historical note, in 1319, 1kg of sugar price are 100 US dollars. So they used to call sugar as white gold.

Due to crusade(Siluvai war) at 1492, Europe involved to find a new marine path to India. Columbus from Spain started to find a new ways to reach India since India is rich in sugar. Unfortunately, he reached Caribbean island and found new landscape which is rich in sugar cane.

At that time, Europeans not ready to spend much effort on producing sugar cane, but they wanted more sugar. During this time the European colony exists in eastern African countries. So they reached African leaders and sold people for money and brought to Caribbean, western South America and south north America. So they produced more sugar cane by free land, free slave people. They put conditions like one slave has to cut one ton of sugar cane. Slave people not allowed to take more food and a long sleep.Slave people are abused. This incident called as Triangle trade.

Triangular Trade: Europeans bought slave people from eastern Africa for money and brought to American countries. They produced sugar cane, cotton and Tobacco by slave people's effort and brought produced items back to European countries. They produced dresses, rum, sugar and sold back in Africa. By the profit, they invested in buying slaves. From the 16th century, approximately 300 years, this triangular trade happened. As per historical note, In 18th Century Britain bought 50,000 slaves per year from Africa to bring to America countries to produce sugar cane. So sugar cane is main reason for many 18th century wars.
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If you scrub the beet juice on burnt skin you can avoid the blister and the wound will cure quickly.

Beetroot will cure the constipation and anemia.

Beetroot will avoid indigestion and increase the digestion.

Erythrocytes or Red blood cell will increase in the body if we eat raw beet-root with lemon juice.

If we apply vinegar with the beet-root boiled water on yuck, Dandruff, Deep lesions, you will get rid of these shortly.

If we absorbed beet juice by nose, headache and toothache will cure.

If we apply beet juice with coconut oil on a healing wound, it will cure quickly.

If we wash Itchy rash part using beet syrup it will cure.

Beet root contains 87.7% of the water content, 1.7% protein, 0.1% fat content, 0.8% salt and mineral, 0.9% fiber 8.8% contains lactose.

Also, beet contains Calcium, magnesium, iron, sodium, potassium, copper, sulfur, chlorine nutrients, vitamin C, thiamine, Riboflavin. Beet greens are rich in vitaminA.
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Tandoori chicken gets its name from the bell-shaped tandoor clay oven which is also used to make naan, or Indian flatbread.

Skinless legs and thighs are marinated in a tenderizing mixture of yogurt, lemon juice, and spices and the meat is slashed to the bone in several places helping the marinade penetrate and the chicken cook more quickly.

The key to tandoori chicken is to use bone-in thighs and legs, because they have enough fat to stay moist under the heat of the grill. We don’t recommend this dish with chicken breasts, they’ll dry out too easily. The pieces should be skinless.

You don’t need a tandoor oven to make tandoori chicken!. You can cook it over a grill or just in an oven with a broiler.


Ingredients:


Chicken thigh -4
Chilli powder - 3 tsp
Lemon or lime - ½
Cumin powder - 1tsp
Turmeric powder - ¼ tsp
Solid yogurt/curd - 4tsp
Coriander powder - 1tsp
Black Pepper powder - ½ tsp
Ginger garlic paste - 1tsp
Methi leaves powder or dry methi leaves - 1tsp
Salt for taste
Vegetable oil - 2tsp
Red color

Steps:

Wash the chicken thigh clean.

Make slits on chicken thigh flush.



Make mixer by adding 1 tsp of chilli powder little lime juice in a bowl.



Apply this mixture on chicken slits with your hand, such a way that chili goes inside. After applying the chicken will looks like the snap.

Leave this chicken for 20 minutes.




Now add the remaining chili powder, the rest of the lime juice, cumin powder, coriander powder, pepper powder, turmeric powder, yogurt, ginger garlic paste, Methi leave powder, salt, red color, oil in a bowl mix it.



After twenty minutes apply this marinade on the chicken thighs and keep it for another 10 minutes.



Now these chicken are ready to broil.

Preheat the oven to 400 F. Once oven hot arrange a chicken thighs on an aluminum foil. Wrap aluminum foil at the edges such a way that the excess water from the chicken will not go down.




Bake the chicken for 20 minutes.

After 20 minutes, turn the chicken to the other side and bake it for another 15minutes.



After 15 minutes Remove it from oven and arrange for serving.




Now the chicken Tandoori is ready to eat.

Please post your comment and suggestions below.
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Muringaila or Drumstick Leaves can be used in combination with Egg for preparing Thoran. It is a dry dish and goes in combination with Rice as a side dish. I love drumstick leaves stir fried either with coconut or with egg. A healthy yet tasty drumstick leaves fry which is unknown recipe among many of us. I know that it is a pain to get the greens cleaned but it compensates with its cooking time as this fry just takes 10 minutes from start to finish to cook up.


Ingredients:


Drumstick leaves - 1 cup

Egg - 3

Mustard seeds - 1 tsp

Urad Dal - 1tsp

Curry leaves - 1leaflet

Green chilli - 3

Pearl onion - 8

Garam masala - ½ tsp

Pepper powder - ½ tsp

Oil for seasoning

Salt for taste

Steps:

Clean the drumstick leaves from the leaflets.



Heat two spoons of oil in a pan.

Once oil hot, add mustard seed and urad dal.

Once the mustard starts splutter, add green chilies. Whenever adding green chilli fry until the green chilli flavor added into oil. So that the recipe will be little more tasty.

Now add curry leaves and chopped pearl onion.



Stir the onion until becoming translucent.



Add Drumstick leaves and fry it until the leaves become translucent. Do not add water.Add garam masala and pepper powder and stir it.



Once leaves completely fried break three eggs and add into the leaves without shell.

Fry it until the egg become scrambled and dried.




Now the Egg podimas with drumstick leaves is ready. This can be used as a side dish or breakfast. It is excellent combination with white rice, Rasam or water rice.



Please try and post your comments and suggestions!!!

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Masala Vada is a street snack and will be good along with a cup of tea. Masala Vada, a crispy and savory deep fried fritter made from chana dal and spices, is a popular street food of South Indian cuisine. It is also known as Paruppu Vadai in Tamilnadu. Besides chana dal, the other important ingredient in masala vada which plays a major role for its flavorful taste is onion. However if you want to make it without onion, add fennel seeds for the flavor. Process for making chana dal vada is very simple and takes very less time except for the time required for soaking the chana dal. If you are craving for something crispy and crunchy, then make this vadai and your taste buds will not stop thanking us.


Ingredients:

Chana Dal - 1cup

Fennel seeds - 1cup

Red Chillies - 4

Onion - 1 big or 10 to 15 pearl onion (Finely chopped)

Green Chilli - 3 (Finely Chopped)

Curry leaves - 1slit

Mint and Coriander leaves - as required (Optional) (Finely chopped)

Salt - for taste

Oil for deep fry

Steps:
  1. Soak the Chana Dal for 5 hrs minimum. Soaking more is required for smooth and crispy

  2. Take out a spoon of Chana dal from soaked dal and keep aside.

  3. Put the rest of the dal into a jar and add red chilli and fennel seeds , salt.

  4. Blend it for 1 minute. It should not be very smooth nor very coarse.

  5. Take out this mixture from jar and add finely chopped onion, green chilli, curry leaves, Mint, coriander leaves and a spoon of chana dal which we took early.

  6. Now the mixture for Vada is ready

  7. Heat the oil in a pan. The flame should be in the medium. Try a small piece from the mixture into oil. If it is raising immediately, that's the stage you can start putting Vada.

  8. Take a small lemon sized ball of the mix, flatten it with your hands and gently slip it into the oil. If you are not familiar with the hands use piece of banana leaf or aluminum foil or plastic cover for flattening the Vada.

  9. Deep Fry it until golden color and take out.

Now Vada is ready to serve
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Thanks to Selvakumar for providing this awesome recipe.
Asparagus is a vegetable that is not usually associated with Indian cooking. The long bright green spears have tender tips while the tough ends are discarded. Asparagus is a nutrient-rich food that in high in Folic Acid and is a good source of potassium, fiber, vitamin B6, vitamins A and C and thiamin. Many people tend to overlook this delicious vegetable due to lack of preparation know-how. Now, you can try fresh and tender Asparagus – the Indian way!


Ingredients:

  1. One bunch Asparagus

  2. Green Chilli - 3

  3. Mustard seeds - 1tsp

  4. Urad dal - 1tsp

  5. Curry leaves - 1slit

  6. Cumin seeds - 1tsp

  7. Grated Coconut - 3tsp

  8. Chana Dal - 2 tsp

  9. Vegetable oil - 2tsp

Steps:

Soak the Chana dal for 1hr. If you plan to prepare Asparagus start soak Chana dal well advanced. So that you no need to wait.

Clean the Asparagus as shown in the picture. Remove the head(White part) and tail (flower) part. Remove the skin. Cut the Asparagus as small pieces.





Heat a pan and apply oil.

Once Oil hot, add mustard seed, Cumin seed and urad dal.

Once the mustard seeds start splutter, add green chili and curry leaves.



Once the green chili flavor started, add Asparagus and stir it. Cook this for 3-4 minutes.

Once cooked, add soaked Chana and Cocunut and stir it for another 1-2 minute.






Now Tasty Indian Style Asparagus fry is ready.

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