Monday, July 9

Grilled Chicken Tikka Easy Recipe - Make your own at Home

Grilled Chicken Tikka Easy Recipe
The word ‘tikka’ is referring to the meaning of bits, pieces or chunks in India. Chicken Tikka is a simple to-cook dish in which chicken pieces are marinated in special spices and after that grilled on sticks. This is one of India's most well known dishes. Chicken Tikka can likewise be made into Chicken Tikka Masala, where the grilled chicken pieces are added to get the desire delicious test.

Customarily, chicken tikka is heated in a clay oven and the recipe is called tandoor, which makes this formula a boneless chicken rendition of the Indian dish tandoori chicken.

You need to take care that chicken are positioned in the yogurt and spice marinade overnight. Likewise, if utilizing wooden sticks, try to splash them for 10 minutes in water before threading the chicken. This process safe the wooden sticks from burning. Now indulge chicken tikka with warm naan.

Process of Making

Step 1: At fast blend the chopped coriander and keep it in beside for garnishing. Now put other marinade ingredient except yogurt into a food processor for creating smooth paste.
Step-2: Now pour the spice into a large bowl with yogurt and after that add the chicken pieces and mix well. Now cover the bowl and keep in cool and then refrigerate. Keep it to marinate through overnight.
Step-3: String the chicken onto sticks and keep prepared.

Step-4: Preheat your stove to medium-high (400 F/200 C).

Step-5: Now put the sticks on the grill or in your broiler with a plate underneath to get drippings. Broil open until the point when the chicken is browned on all sides and delicate, around 12 to 15 minutes.

Step-6: Expel from sticks and put the chicken on a plate.

Step-7: Put the onion rings in a different bowl and press lime squeeze over them. Sprinkle the chaat masala over and blend well so the onions are completely covered.

Step-8: Embellishment the Chicken Tikka with these onion rings and present with naan.

About the contributor: Drums Café was opened in 1996, located at the Queen Victoria Market and stall at the Dandenong Market. They provide delicious Sri Lankan and Indian foods in Melbourne.

Wednesday, June 27

7 Benefits of Carrot Juice - Buy organic vegetables

7 Benefits of Carrot Juice - The Health Emporium

Carrots are well-liked and versatile vegetable among all of us. Carrot can be eaten in raw, juiced and cooked forms. Almost every culture of our society likes carrot made food/dish in all over the world.

The nature of colour of carrot is generally orange but you may found it with red, yellow, and purple even white. Carrot is a great resource of vitamins, nutrients and fibre and you can get those by the way of raw or juiced form. Here are 7 benefits for that you need to consume carrot on regular basis.

(1) Improved Eye vision

Beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin are the three nutrients that are having in carrots effectively boost eye health. As you know that inadequate beta-carotene (found in vitamin A) in our body can be causing macular degeneration and even blindness. So having a source of vitamin A in the carrot protects your eyes. Besides Lutein and zeaxanthin found in carrot reduce the risk of anti ageing. Do you know that 100 gm of carrot is the source of your 100% vitamin A needs! Therefore, consuming carrot regularly basis will help you maintain healthy eyes and vision throughout the life.

(2) Faster Metabolism

Carrot is low in calories and it can fill your hungrily very well. Also, it has the capability of bile secretion, which can increase metabolism. In our body, there is a system of converting food into energy. As bile breaks down fat so increase of bile faster metabolism and helps to lose weight.

(3) Protect your skin

Deficiency of vitamin C can cause rashes and psoriasis in your body. If you add carrot to your daily meal then your appearance of the skin can be improved. Carrot helps us to recover wounds and trauma quickly. Skin inflammation may also recover by beta-carotene containing in carrot. 

(4) Defence against Leukaemia and cancer

Antioxidants contain in carrot give a defence to our body to develop cancer cells and thus it helps us to our body’s cell damage. As per the study of ‘YOUNGER MAN’ beta-carotene found in carrot get protected us from prostate cancer as well as other kinds of cancer.
In another study conducted by ’ONE STUDY’ evolved that leukaemia treatment and non-tumour cell death progression can be stopped by using carrot juice extract under 72 hours. 

(5) Boost brain function

Various age-related memory problem and cognitive function are recovered by consuming carrot juice. Beta-carotene also protects the cell damage due to stress factors. Brain function also strengthens and improved by beta-carotene.

(6) Healthier pregnancy

Level of pregnancy can be improved by consuming carrot juice as because the carrot is full of calcium, potassium, magnesium, folate and also vitamin A. Calcium is beneficial for healthy bones and cartilage and folate contain in carrot defence birth defects. As per the ACOG (American College of Obstetrician and Gynaecological), a pregnant and breastfeeding women require 1000 milligrams of calcium per day basis.

(7) Maintain the health of your heart

A healthy heart is part of your good physical activities. Nutrients containing in carrot will maintain stress factor and also give you sound sleep. Your blood circulation may also be improved by consuming carrot.

About the author: Started back in 1996, The Health Emporium, an organic vegetables store in Bondi beach is still a family owned and run local business with the aim of to providing as much variety and choice as possible for all things organic, wholesome and healthful.

Wednesday, August 19

12 Easy Tips for Taking Care of Outdoor Furniture

12 Easy Tips for Taking Care of Outdoor Furniture
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Do you have a beautiful outdoor furniture set that you’re not sure how to take care of? Classic outdoor furniture materials like wicker and wrought iron demand some basic cleaning to keep away dust and scratches. Thankfully, it’s quite easy to care of your outdoor furniture and keep it stylish and beautiful for a long time.

Use these 12 easy cleaning and maintenance tips to help your outdoor furniture stay shiny and like new for years to come.

Thursday, October 16

Solar Hot Water System: What are its ‘Hard to Miss’ Benefits?

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Anyone with a fair amount of knowledge of hot water systems prices knows that solar hot water systems tend to cost more than their less environmentally friendly counterparts. However, their initial cost is nothing compared to their major benefits. For one, they will help you save money on monthly energy bills. This is especially true if your home has abundant access to sunshine.

Thursday, September 18

Are Commercial-Grade Heat Cables Worth the Money?

Attic insulation and ventilation aside, heat cables—also known as snow melting cables or roof ice cables—are one of the most effective ways to deal with ice dams. If you’re considering having them installed this year, you’re on the right track. But before anything else, you need to know the difference between the different types of heat cables available on the market today. Generally speaking, if you want the best performance, you’ll have to be willing to invest in commercial-grade heat cables.

Wednesday, August 6

Small Office Space? Tips to Manage Layout Design and Storage Space

Tips to Manage Layout Design and Storage SpaceDo you run your own business and face the problem of space crunch? Do you fear that a day might come when your employees will start complaining of the limited space they have while at work. Then worry not because this post will help you to put all your problems in the washing machine and wash them clean. Managing a small space is a common problem and we tell you 5 great ways to act smart and create a layout where nobody would even think that a limited space issue ever existed. Stay tuned to see how it happens.

Sunday, August 3

[Infographics] Storage Unlocked: How to Store Everything

Storage Unlocked: How to Store Everything

What’s the best way to keep beef fresh in the freezer? Where should you be keeping your pill bottles? How long will your beer really stay good? Should you pack up old clothes in a plastic container or a cardboard box?

As a parent, you need to be a bit of a jack of all trades, and one of the most overlooked skills that’s worth learning is how to store things (and how long you can do so safely). Proper storage not only protects your belongings, but the health of your family. Plus, becoming a storage guru is also a great way of getting organized and saving your oh-so-precious time.

Want to learn the best way to store just about everything around your house? Read on!

Medication. This one is first because it’s a matter of safety. Any parent with a lick of common sense knows that they have to keep medicines and other chemicals out of reach from tiny searching hands by locking them up or placing them somewhere high – maybe both if you’ve got a climber! And you know that you should throw bottles away when they expire. But what isn’t as well known is that medicines can go bad faster and lose their potency if you store them in a place where there’s a lot of heat and humidity… like, for example, a bathroom medicine cabinet. As an alternative, experts recommend keeping your medicine in a box or cabinet in your bedroom or kitchen, or on a high shelf in a closet.

Food storage. Next to medicines, this is probably the most important group of items you need to know how to store, and it may be even more important. Unfortunately, you could fill up a book just with food storage tips.

Here are some highlights by food type:

• Meats – Beef stays good for up to 5 days in the fridge and a year in the freezer. But if you’re freezing it outside of the original package, make sure to wrap it in airtight plastic wrap or foil and then place it in a plastic bag. Chicken also lasts a year in the freezer, but only 2 days in the fridge.

• Dairy – Your milk may have an expiration date on it, but trust it at your own risk. Experts say that it should be tossed after a week in the fridge – and don’t put it in the door! Soft cheeses last 5-10 days, yogurt 7-10 days, and hard cheeses 3-4 weeks – if you wrap them in tight plastic wrap.

• Fruits and Veggies – Depending on the item, it will go bad in the fridge anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks after you buy it, and that time is decreased for things kept at room temperature. For example, if you’re not going to use your lemons right away, toss them in the fridge or you’ll be buying new ones in 3 days. Yikes!

• Bread. Like your bread fresh? Hope you like to eat it fast, too, because it’s going to go bad in 2-3 days. Pre-sliced bread is a bit better at 7-10 days, and you can keep bread frozen for 6 months. The best way to keep it fresher longer is to put it in some kind of airtight container, but you can also wrap it in foil and a towel.

Who knew?

Facial creams. This probably isn’t an issue for most people, but if you’re the type who only uses your facial cream every once in a while (lucky!), you should know that they only stay good for 2 years after you open them. And if you’re the deal-seeking type who stocks up, don’t buy more than you can use in 3 years – even if it’s a great sale! Storage isn’t much of an issue for facial creams, but if you’re going to have them in the shower, make sure you keep them in something where the water can drain away.

Jewelry. Tired of your necklaces getting tangled together or finding scratches on beloved items? One way to go is to get a jewelry box lined in a soft fabric with individual compartments for each piece. But if that’s not your style, you can also protect them by wrapping each item in a separate piece of tissue paper.

These tips are just the beginning. Want more? Check out the new infographic from Next Door Storage.