Tulsi – holy basil Culture Food India Interesting facts 

Tulsi – holy basil

Tulsi contains strong antioxidants, has antibacterial, antiviral, antidiabetic, antimalarial, antiallergic, adaptogenic and immune properties, and also gives the beverage a refreshing but delicate taste. The plant shows great variation depending on the type of soil, rainfall and the place where it grows. The growing environment affects the size of the herb, its strength, and medical efficiency. Tulasi has a sweet-sharp... Read More
Nepali Masala Food Nepal 

Nepali Masala

Here I present the most popular mixtures of spices used in Nepal, used daily in homes in the preparation of dishes. A mix of hot spices called “Garam Masala” is invariably still the favorite set of many masters, and mine too. It is used for dishes of Nepalese, Indian and European cuisine, especially those containing meat. As the name suggests... Read More
Chili Pepper in India Food India Interesting facts 

Chili Pepper in India

Chili comes from regions of South America, and the Portuguese brought it to India. Essentially, Indians distinguish mostly green fresh chili – and several types of ground red chili pepper – hotter and milder, Kashmiri. The sale of fresh red chilli peppers is rare. Most often it represents the paprika Capsicum anum, sometimes Capsicum frutescens. Nowadays in India, there are... Read More