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Guide by indian_meals posted over a year ago
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Curry, the dish that has travelled continents, today is one of the most consumed global cuisines. It contributes not only to the palette but increasingly to the economy too. link invites you all to sample some savoury culinary delights which are full of flavour but healthier than you would expect. Is this really possible ? Yes it is ! And who better qualified to tell you this than full time IT consultant and mum of three, Hanifa Hanid. Hanifa explains how Indian food can be both healthy and quick and easy to prepare.
Mistakenly, people think curries are rich, heavy and oily, but they can be the opposite, light and flavoursome. Spices when used correctly and in moderation have countless health benefits which most of us are not aware, for example ginger is great for easing nausea and garlic is great for the heart.

How can Indian food / curries be healthy ? :
1)    Eat wholemeal flour rotis or chapattis rather than naan bread made out of white flour
Review by indian_meals posted over a year ago
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Healthy and Indian Meals are words which don’t necessarily go hand-in-hand. However for Hanifa Hanid this is an area which she has mastered to a degree where fresh home cooked meals that are bursting with flavour and nutritional content can be prepared in less than 30 minutes on a daily basis.

Hanifa was born and brought up in the Midlands and moved to London when she married.

She worked in the City for the last 10 years and is married with three young children. Whilst she was working, she made it her aim to ensure her family never missed out on good nutritional home cooked meals. Hanifa achieved this by embarking on culinary creations that could be prepared within minutes which comprised of a mix of traditional Indian and Pakistani cuisines coupled with modern western influences that would appeal to her young children.

Hanifa knows that good food and healthy eating are an integral part to a family’s wellbeing with respect to health, education, sports and work. Hanifa and her family sit down together for dinner every evening without fail for her delicious home cooked creations whilst they discuss each...