Put your hands up if you are a Bengali and you do not have “shorsher tel” in your kitchen. I can bet it’s almost none. Mustard oil for us is not just a cooking medium; it is the key to unlock the Bengali cuisine. Pour some oil in a pan, heat it and wait for the magi
‘Aha’, that’s what Bengalis usually mutter after a satisfactory flavorsome meal on a Sunday afternoon. Bengali dishes are embellished with rich and mouth-watering flavors starting from snacks to main courses to desserts. Looking at the shelf of a Bengali kitchen, you can find some distinct
Looking at the current Indian oil market scenario, it is flooded with loads of options. Some Indian cooking oil focus on the health benefits, some speaks about the flavour and pungency. Being a basic ingredient in all Indian dishes, Indian cooking oils play a vital role in truing ordinary dishes
Talking about Indian kitchen, one of the must-have things is a shining yellow bottle of mustard oil. Mustard oil plays a pivotal role in our life, as it is not only good for extraordinary culinary experiences but also extremely good for therapeutic uses. However, choosing the best Kachi
Be it any dish or any cuisine, one of the most inevitable ingredients while cooking is surely the cooking oil. Now-a-days, we are provided with endless choices on cooking oils. The racks of the supermarkets are jam-packed with the different options of cooking oil and every brand is busy speaking
Mustard oil or sarson ka tel in India has an extremely important role from the days of ancient history and Ayurveda. From healing aliment to cooking and contributing in a delicious dish, mustard oil has a significant part de
Mustard oil is extracted from the seeds of mustard. Unlike other cooking oils, mustard oil goes through no customization processes. It comes with its own pungent smell and the dark color. This is one of the reasons why most of the households
If Bengalis swear by their fish cooked in mustard oil and Biharis cannot make their bajkas or chokha and jhalmuri without it, there is a deeper reason behind it than the tangy taste of mustard oil.
Mustard oil is Eastern India’s olive oil. It is not just used as a cooking medium but
Mustard oil, more commonly known as sarson ka tel in our households, which has been used for cooking since ages also happens to be one wonder ingredient for all skin, hair and health issues. New studies and researches now show the manifold benefits this natural oil has in curi
Alright, hands up if there’s some sort of hair-related anxiety bothering you right now! There you go. From hair loss and split ends to frizzy hair, lifeless hair and dandruff, there’s no end to the complaints we hear and circulate on a daily basis.
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