Day: July 30, 2021

How to Make Indian Watermelon Rind Recipe on TikTok

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A wise man once sang, “I just wanna taste it, I just wanna taste it / Watermelon sugar high,” and truer words have never been spoken. There’s something special about savoring the sweet flavors of a fresh watermelon on a hot summer day, and it never seems to get old, even after countless seasons in the sun. While we’re no strangers to enjoying a watermelon in its many forms (especially in this smoky melon cocktail), we are somewhat new to making the most of the fruit’s fresh rind. But leave it to TikTok users to change that and enlighten our taste buds in the very way we needed.

TikTok user Chaheti (@rootedinspice) shared her mom’s easy watermelon-rind recipe, and it’s the definition of watermelon (sugar) high. Known as tarbooz ki sabji (or cooked watermelon rinds), this drool-worthy

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10+ Healthy Indian-Inspired Recipes for Easy, Flavorful Meals

Indian recipes are practically designed for weeknights: The cuisine is relatively easy to make, perfect for meal prepping, and (when done authentically) incredibly healthy. In fact, its mix of veggies, fruits, proteins, and grains is just about the ideal balance—and to top it all off, Indian food is bold and delicious.

But if you’re new to Indian cooking (or getting back into it after a long break) picking out the right ingredients and recipes can feel slightly overwhelming. “Whether it’s Indian or American or any other cultural food, it’s not much different,” says Sarika Shah, M.S., R.D.N., a California-based dietitian. “The goal is to have a plant-forward diet in whatever flavor it comes with.”

Is Indian food healthy?

In short, yes. Although it’s impossible to reduce all of India’s regional cuisines into one type of cooking—there are dozens of them—the traditional makeup of most Indian meals balances food groups

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‘Smoked BBQ Lasagna’ for a delicious National Lasagna Day meal: Try the recipe

It’s National Lasagna Day, but if you prefer the smoky taste of barbecue to traditional Italian lasagna, you might want to give this recipe a try. 

Colorado-based barbecue chain G-Que Barbecue shared its “Smoked BBQ Lasagna Recipe” with Fox News in celebration of the popular flat pasta dish.

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On the restaurant’s recipe page, G-Que Barbecue recommends making “Smoked BBQ Lasagna” when you have leftover brisket or pork. 

The restaurant also said its recipe is also easy to fit to your preferences.

“If you like more meat, use more meat or if you like more cheese, use more cheese,” G-Que Barbecue said on its website.

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To try it yourself, here’s the “Smoked BBQ Lasagna Recipe,” from G-Que Barbecue.

Ingredients 

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