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This Artichoke Benedict Recipe Makes Brunch Anything But Basic

Eggs benedict is a true brunch gem, what with its runny poached egg yolk soaking into a perfectly toasted English Muffin, all hiding underneath a buttery hollandaise. Unfortunately, as much as we love the dish, most of the time it’s so heavy that you end up feeling lethargic the rest of the day. (In fact, it’s one of these 12 brunch orders worse than a steak dinner.) That’s where this artichoke benedict recipe comes in. It’s from the Jillian Michaels App, and is a healthier — but just as delicious — version of the…

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Kick-Start Your Weekend With This Turkish Eggs Recipe

Bored with scrambled eggs? This spicy Turkish dish will add some variety to your morning meals. As well as the protein provided by the eggs, you get a hefty dose of muscle fuel from the yogurt, while the other ingredients provide both delicious flavours and more health benefits. Garlic has anti-inflammatory properties, for example, while extra virgin olive oil provides vitamins E and K. Ingredients (serves one) 2 eggs 1½ cloves garlic, crushed 100g Greek yogurt 20ml extra virgin olive oil 10g unsalted butter ½tsp dried chilli flakes 1 stalk…

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Dal Makhani History: Punjabi Recipe That Revolutionized The Face Of Black Lentils Forever

The non-vegetarians across the country can’t thank the inventor of the Butter Chicken enough, for bestowing upon mankind the ever-so creamy and sumptuous delight. The vegetarians on the other hand, echo similar sentiments about Dal Makkhani. Now for those who are a fan of both the delicacies, we’ll make the job easier for you. Did you know that both the dishes were the brainchild of a single man, who came up with the lip-smacking recipe(s) in a bid to make his ingredients last longer. It is said that Kundan Lal…

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Dinner With TV May be a Recipe for Less Healthy Meals

Families that eat dinner with the TV on tend to eat less healthy food and to enjoy the meals less than families who leave the TV off, according to a recent U.S. study. This was true even for families that were not paying attention to the TV and only had it on as background noise, the researchers write in the journal Appetite. “Family meals are protective for many aspects of child health,” lead author Amanda Trofholz said by email, adding that parents can take this time to check in with…

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