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Treat yourself this month

Team StoryWeavers|July 5, 2019|

You’ve been trying out exciting hobbies for a while now. This month, it’s time to don a chef’s hat, put on the apron, and explore the coolest corner in your house – The Kitchen! 

Start cooking!

Here are three simple and yummy recipes for you to try.  

Recipe #1 – The Goody Green Salad

What you need?

  • 1 cup moong (green lentil) bean sprouts 
  • 1 cup finely chopped cucumber
  • 1 cup finely chopped onion 
  • 1 cup finely chopped tomato
  • 2 tablespoons of lime juice
  • Salt and pepper to taste

How to make? 

  • Take a bowl and combine all the ingredients together.
  • Mix well and its ready to eat.

Pro tip: Roast some papads and eat it along with the salad

Recipe #2 – Marvellous Milkshake

What you need?

  • 1  sliced banana
  • 1 cup fresh diced apple
  • ½ cup milk
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of chocolate powder

How to make? 

  • Put everything in a blender and make a smooth mixture. 
  • Pour it in a glass
  • Your milkshake is ready to drink.

Recipe #3 – Easy Chocolate Fudge

What you need?

  • 350 grams chopped dark chocolate
  • 30 grams of butter
  • 150 grams of nuts or biscuits
  • 1 can of condensed milk

How to make? 

  • Put the chopped chocolate, butter and condensed milk on a thick bottom pan. Keep it on the stove on a low flame and stir to melt.
  • Remove the pan from the stove and keep it aside.
  • Put the biscuits or nuts in a bag and crush them, until you get a mix of small and big pieces.
  • Now, add the biscuits or nuts to the chocolate mixture. Mix the ingredients well.
  • Pour the mix in a square tin or any other shallow box. 
  • Allow it to set in the freezer for 3 hours. 
  • Once set, cut it into squares and dig in!

Enjoy your kitchen adventures and tell us about your experience in the comments.

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Mariam Taqui Ali (pro tip: the middle name is pronounced tuh-key) A Word slayer, pluviophile, baker, traveller; among other things, knows the correct usage of punctuation and the difference between your and you're. She spent some time (read a lot of time) writing, editing and keeping track of word counts. Her trysts with writing and editing has led her to interact with experts from diverse industries like healthcare, wellness, HR, business and technology. Having experienced all that, she continues her professional explorations, to learn, to grow and to be a value add. Drop in a line at if you liked her stories, have something nice to say, or if you have compelling ideas to share!

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