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In the mood for some Italian? Try out this Creamy Spaghetti Chicken Charcuterie recipe

In Italian cuisine, bread and spaghetti is like what daal and chawal (rice and lentils) is to Indians and we believe this comfort food is probably what you mostly order on your outings to your favourite Italian restaurant. Cooking it ‘al dente’ might be tricky but it comes with some experiments in the kitchen. This recipe from Freshmenu.com is quite easy to make and also looks like gourmet meal right out of a restaurant. It is also perfect for weekday night hostings and a delight to have in the loving…

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10 Simple Ways to Keep Chicken Moist and Flavorsome

Someone has rightly quoted, “Cooking is an art” and we couldn’t agree more. Unlike other artistic mediums, it has the ability to engage all senses. A dish can be made in more ways than one and yet taste differently. However, one mistake can make the whole dish tasteless and unappetising. Hence, it is imperative to know the technique to perfect a delicacy. One of the most common dishes where technique can make or break the dish is chicken. You definitely wouldn’t want Tandoori Chicken or Grilled Chicken to be parched…

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Bacterium in undercooked chicken causes paralysis: Study

Bacterium in undercooked chicken causes paralysis: Study US researchers have identified a bacterium, commonly found in undercooked chicken, that may cause Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS). GBS is an autoimmune disorder and is the world’s leading cause of acute neuromuscular paralysis in humans. The research showed that if chicken isn’t cooked to the proper minimum internal temperature, bacteria — Campylobacter jejuni — which still exist in the food can trigger GBS. “The study showed that it takes a certain genetic makeup combined with a Campylobacter (bacteria) strain to cause this disease,” said…

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Not a ‘healthy’ idea to have chicken at roadside eateries

Your favourite chicken curry can be a source for food poisoning due to lack of hygiene at meat vendors.”At least 70% common gastroenterological infections may be associated with eating out. When we ask patients about what they ate last, the most common answer is non-vegetarian food at an eating joint,” shared Dr Abhijit Chandra, head of surgical gastroenterology department, King George’s Medical University. “Take a trip to the Narhi vegetable market and see how chicken and fish are culled and you would get an idea of the hygiene standards,” said…

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