I am back with another nutritious and tasty recipe. It is specially made for the Livogen Iron Chef Contest. I am submitting this recipe via Indiblogger. You too can submit your favorite Iron rich recipe here.
Anemia is a serious problem among women and children in India. The statistics are quite shocking indeed! According to the Global Nutrition Report-2016, India stands way too low on the list of nations dealing iron deficiency (anemia)? It is 170th among 180 countries ranked for anemia among women, 114th among 132 for chronic malnutrition in children under five and 120th among 130 for acute malnutrition in children under five!
I am taking part in the November Photo-a-Day Challenge. #Day20
I love crafting and spend a lot of time on activities which involves crafting.
These decorative butterflies are hand made and also hand painted by me 🙂
Today’s recipe is specially made for the Livogen Iron Chef Contest. I am submitting this recipe via Indiblogger. You too can submit your favorite Iron rich recipe here.
My recipe for today is made out of items that are easily available in every household. 3 key ingredients; Eggs, Spinach and Whole wheat bread.
Try replacing the junk food like chips, etc., you have as a snack with one or two “Oats and Raisin Laddu’s” made with Jaggery. You can also have it with your breakfast!
It would be a great way to include iron rich foods like Oats, Raisins and Jaggery in your diet without compromising on TASTE.
Follow the link to know the recipe!
Overview of the book:
The year is 2250 and we are witness to a historical trial of one of the Silver Fleet’s youngest and most promising Captains, Richard Sparks, who has been accused of murdering a fellow crew member during the Silver Star’s lengthy trip to Jupiter’s moon – Europa….
Read on to see the review of the book.
I have come a long way from being an electronic engineer, former QA analyst, Travel Enthusiast to passionate Photographer, Food Addict and die hard Soccer Fan!
How can I forget about books? I am also an Avid Reader, so much so that one can call me a Book Worm! To put it in a single phrase;