Hair Care – Split Ends
January 29th, 2006
The problem of split ends occurs when the cuticle is damaged and the fibres of the cortex unravel. This happens because of chemicals, neglect and harsh treatment. Conditioner will not fix this problem. You will need to have the split ends cut off. It is best to go to the hair dresser but you may do it yourself. Just take some small sections of hair strands, twist them, very carefully run some scissors up and down the hair shaft cutting off any stray ends that poke out.

 

Nail Care
January 29th, 2006
Too much water and chemicals is bad for your nails, get into the habit of wearing rubber gloves when you do any cleaning around the house. Cleaning agents can be extremely harsh on both nails and hands. The nails when exposed to water, swell and then shrink back as they dry. This contributes to brittle nails.

 

Egg White Skin Tightner
January 29th, 2006
As far as masks go, it can't get simpler than this…it leaves your skin tightened and feeling very refreshed. Ingredients: 1 egg white Separate the egg white from the yolk. Put the egg white on your face and relax for about 15 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water.

 

Vegetable Facial Mask
January 29th, 2006
This mask works well for oily skin, since it absorbs the surplus oils. Tomatoes are excellent anti-oxidants, and the curd prevents excessive drying. Ingredients: 1/2 tomato, mashed (remove seeds and skin) 2 tsp. curd 1 tsp. mashed cucumber 3-4 tsp. oatmeal powder 3 crushed mint leaves. Mix ingredients together and apply on your face or massage a little on your face. Wait for ten minutes, and then wash off with warm water

 

Cauliflower with peas & potatoes
January 29th, 2006
For this recipe you need Potatoes 2 medium (pealed, washed, and diced into small cubes) Pealed peas 100 grams or forzen peas Cauliflower 150 grams (washed and cut into small pieces) Ginger 2 inches grated Tomatoes 2 medium grated Curd 2 tablespoons Turmeric powder 1 teaspoon Salt to taste Garam masala powder 1 teaspoon Red chilli powder 1/4 teaspoon Cumin seeds 1 teaspoon Coriander powder 1 teaspoon Coriander leaves 1 table spoon (chopped finely) Oil 2 table spoons Cauliflower Recipe 1 . Take a wok, add oil, when the oil is hot add the cumin seeds. 2 . When the cumin seeds are lightly fried add the grated ginger and the grated tomatoes, fry them till oil separates. 3 . When the tomatoes are fried nicely add the turmeric powder ...

 

Coconut Chutney
January 29th, 2006
For this recipe you need Fresh coconut 1 Curd 1/2 cup Salt to taste Chana dal 1 table spoon or use chutney dal Water 2 table spoons Green chillies 4 to 5 Coriander leaves 2 tablespoons - chopped Method Take a pan, add 1 teaspoon oil and heat the oil. When the oil is hot add the 1 table spoon chana dal. Fry it till light brown on slow fire. In a bowl put water and soak this dal for 30 min, keep it aside.Take the fresh coconut and scrape it out of its shell, wash it well and cut into small pieces. Take a mixer grinder, add the coconut , curd, washed and chopped coriander, green chilli, salt , 2 ...

 

Carrot & Beetroot Raita
January 29th, 2006
For this Raita recipe you need 1-cup plain yogurt Pinch of ground cinnamon Pinch of salt 1 medium beet, peeled and grated 1 large carrot, washed and grated Raita Recipe In a mixing bowl, combine the yogurt and all other ingredients. Stir well, and let stand for a few minutes in fridge. Chill well before serving.

 

Kolhapuri Chicken Curry
January 29th, 2006
Ingredients 1 kg Chicken 2 tsp Red Chilli Powder 3-4 tsp Cooking Oil 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder 4 tsp Yoghurt 1 chopped Onion 2 tsp Coriander powder 1 tsp Garam Masala powder Fresh Coriander Salt Ingredients for ground masala: 1/2 cup Dry Coconut 2 Onions 1 Tomato 2 inch Ginger 8-10 Garlic Roast the above in little oil and grind. Method: Marinate chicken with youghurt, salt, turmeric powder for 2 hours. In oil, add onions and fry till golden brown. Add chicken and fry well. Add 1 litre of hot water and let cook on medium flame. When almost cooked remove and keep aside. Separately heat oil and add ground masala, garam masala powder and the chicken. Keep stirring till oil starts separating from masala. Cook till done ...

 

New Recipes on Sheetudeep.com
January 18th, 2006
Cooking is the act of preparing food for consumption. It encompasses a vast range of methods, tools and combinations of ingredients to improve the flavour and/or digestibility of food. It generally requires the selection, measurement and combining of ingredients in an ordered procedure in an effort to achieve the desired result. Constraints on success include the variability of ingredients, ambient conditions, tools and the skill of the person cooking. Cooking frequently, though not always, involves applying heat in order to chemically transform a food, thus changing its flavor, texture, appearance, and nutritional properties. There is archaeological evidence of cooked foodstuffs (both animal and vegetable) in human settlements dating from the earliest known use of fire. Check out the links for new vegetarian and non vegetarian recipes Vegetarian ...

 

Smart little girl
January 18th, 2006
One day a 6 year old girl was sitting in a classroom. The teacher was going to explain evolution to the children. The teacher asked a little boy: TEACHER: Tommy do you see the tree outside? TOMMY: Yes. TEACHER: Tommy, do you see the grass outside? TOMMY: Yes. TEACHER: Go outside and look up and see if you can see the sky. TOMMY: Okay. (He returned a few minutes later) Yes, I saw the sky. TEACHER: Did you see God? TOMMY: No. TEACHER: That's my point. We can't see God because he isn't there. He doesn't exist. A little girl spoke up and wanted to ask the boy some questions. The teacher agreed and the little girl asked the boy: LITTLE GIRL: Tommy, do you see the tree outside? TOMMY: Yes. LITTLE GIRL: Tommy do you see the grass outside? TOMMY: Yessssss ...

 

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