|Recipe of Recipe||Recipe to make a recipe||63877||50%|
|Mango Kulfi||The heavenly dessert||12707||67%|
|Kara Kulambu||South indian spicy treat||13115||80%|
|Mushroom Fried Rice||Crispy mushrooms spicy treat||18249||100%|
|Simple Sponge Cake||Soft and yummy basic cake that you can try out at home||4469285||78%|
|Hakka Noodles||Piping hot hakka noodles on your table||18937||100%|
|Chinese Fried Rice||Steaming hot chinese at home||22812||94%|
|Palak Paneer||Finger licking good||13229||89%|
|Garam Masala||Sprinkle this masala on any dish and make that dish more special||7833||100%|
|Cream Of Tomato Soup||Relish every sip of it||31037||82%|
Here we are at the end of the Student Summer Detox with guilt free and healthy snack and treat ideas. For those of you dedicated readers of the SSD (i.e. Student Summer Detox), if anything I want you to have learnt from these blogs is that cooking and healthy eating isn’t impossible or boring – there’s no deprivation or starvation, just enjoying fresh and nutritious food and feeling good on the inside!
Christmas – it’s the most wonderful time of the year. It also means the end of a long, tiring but exciting term (especially for you fresher’s) at University. So seeing as most of us won’t be spending much of Christmas with our new found friends at Uni, why not make a day of it before everyone heads for the old homestead...
It’s the end of term, you are beginning to pack up your essentials (don’t forget the Christmas jumper!) to drive, bus or train it back home for some family time. If you can’t afford a Christmas roast dinner with your housemates why not do something fun but still just as festive? It will provide a great opportunity to bond with your housemates and have a nice warm cosy evening in full of films and laughs about what you’ll be getting up to over the Christmas holidays.
There’s something fishy going on around here…
Unfortunately, a typical student diet consists of highly processed, nutrient-poor fatty foods. However, there is one food that does not feature in our diets as often as it should do – fish.
If you haven’t already been bombarded with leaflets, free lollipops and invitations to join absurd promotional events, you are obviously lucky enough to live in a University with non-aggressive letting agencies nearby. For those of us who do, the mad rush to find a student house to live in for the next academic year could hardly have gone unnoticed. Hunting for housemates, signing contracts, paying deposits… the whole thing is all a bit bewildering.