Using fresh oil every time you cook is the healthiest option but it is a common practice to re-use cooking oil in households and it can turn out to be pretty economic. Though re-using leftover cooking oil is not harmful but it can turn out to be, if certain points are not kept in mind.
You must be staying home during this lockdown due to Coronavirus outbreak and getting immensely bored. No worries, spice up your leisure time with some good food! You can start with everyone’s favourite – French fries. Use Purti Oil and some potatoes for a good evening snack!
Cooking oils are extracted from various fruits like olive, avocado, coconut; vegetables; legumes like peanut and soybean; nuts (walnut); and seeds like canola or sunflower. The extraction processes of oils vary just as the techniques for keeping them fresh and maximizing the natural flavors of these oils.
The festival of Lohri is a popular winter Punjabi folk festival celebrated on 13 January every year. Apart from a taste of tradition, dance and dhol, it offers great food! Lohri is associated with worshipping the Hindu God of fire, Lord Agni and also the harvest of Rabi crops.
The nip in the air, indulges our minds to delve into the goodness of culinary delights. Winter has set in, and Kolkata is all geared up to embrace the gastronomic delights. However, we should not forget that this is also the time for certain health hazards which strike us
Edible Oils are an integral part of any form of cooking and cuisine. The role of oils cannot be overlooked in a sumptuous meal. Although there is a lot of hue and cry about the adversities of oil consumption, yet consuming it in moderation is essential to the human body.
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