14 Healthy And Delicious Faaral Recipes For Fasting Season
Fasting season can be tricky, because it’s hard to remember what you can eat
and what you can’t. Here are some faraal recipes that will make life a little
easier for you. Don’t worry, they’re healthy, but they still taste great!
1. Sabudana Khichdi (Microwave Recipe)
• 1 cup sago (sabudana)
• 1/2 cup roasted peanuts, crushed
• 2 medium potatoes, cubed
• 1/2 tsp cumin seeds (jeera)
• 2 green chillies, slit
• 2 tbsp oil
• Salt to taste
• Wash the sago. Drain it and keep it aside for about 2 hours. If necessary,
sprinkle a little water on it to keep it moist.
• In a glass bowl, combine the oil, cumin seeds, green chillies and potatoes.
Cover it with a lid and microwave on it high heat for 2 minutes, until the
potatoes are tender.
• Add the soaked sago, peanuts and salt and mix well. Cover with a lid and
microwave on high heat for another 2 minutes.
• Serve hot with yoghurt or green chutney (recipe below).
*Recipe Courtesy: Tarla Dalal
Extend The Life of Your Phone's Battery
Smartphones are everywhere these days. They’re incredibly useful, as powerful
as a small computer, and can provide us with hours of entertainment. However, a
huge downside of their capabilities is how quickly their batteries run out,
forcing us to run around and find someplace to charge them, or have a plastic
“brick” in our pocket. Fortunately, there are things you can do that will extend
your battery life, regardless of if you’re using an iOS device (like the iPhone),
or an Android (Samsung / LG / Motorola / HTC).
1. Lower the Brightness of the Screen
The smartphone’s screen is large and bright, making it the number 1 consumer of
battery power. To reduce the energy consumption levels, you can manually dim the
screen’s brightness. You only need a bright screen in a well-lit area, but if
your surroundings are dark, you can make do with minimal brightness settings.
Both Androids and iOS devices have a feature that allows them to automatically
change screen brightness (by using an integrated light sensor), which can help
reduce battery consumption considerably.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 12 August 2015 )
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