By Community Manager on 20 May 2022, 05:27
Answered By Bhavna on 03 August 2022, 04:34
Weight loss - Coriander summer drink: Boil one tsp coriander seeds in 300 ml water. Drain seeds and collect water. Fill a tumbler with ice cubes to the top. Pour coriander water, a hint of honey, salt, and fresh coriander. Serve chilled. Seeds can be dried and used as a spice(as usual)
By Community Manager on 12 March 2021, 09:57
Answered By SUMAN on 31 March 2021, 12:21
Usually during holi we make dry wada, wet wada, meetha rice, mogar, potato vegetable, poori and fried papad. It really simple to make anyone can make it. Even before my marriage I used to prepare same dishes and after the marriage also I saw my in-laws really cool with these dishes which actually made me really happy and now even after 21 years of marriage I am still making that same dishes on holi.
By Community Manager on 03 March 2021, 10:58
Answered By Subhra on 11 March 2021, 11:10
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By Community Manager on 09 February 2021, 04:22
Answered By Kumaresh on 04 March 2021, 07:54
This valentine's day i made a kashmiri sweets which we have tasted at kashmir done with breads ingredients breads sugar syrup butter malai toast the breads on both sides by applying butter and immerse it in hot sugar syrup remove it immediately and plate it in a triangular shape and add the malai as toppings yummy yummy sweet breads are ready......
By Community Manager on 14 January 2021, 04:03
Answered By Ruchi on 05 March 2021, 04:58
Hello All, I am Ruchi Malhotra and I am going to share Gond ke Laddu Recipe Ingredients 6 tbsp ghee / butter ½ cup gond 2 tbsp cashew chopped 2 tbsp almonds chopped 2 tbsp raisins 1½ cup dry coconut grated 2 tbsp khus khus ¾ cup dry khajur ¼ tsp cardamom powder 1 cup gud 2 tbsp water Steps 1) Firstly, in a tawa heat ghee and roast cup gond 2) Crush the gond using your hand or with a help of rolling pin. 3) Also roast dry fruits, dry coconut and khus khus 4) Roast khajur powder with ghee on low flame. 5) Transfer the roasted khajur powder into the same bowl. 6) Add cardamom powder 7) Mix well making sure all the dry fruits are well combined and keep aside. 8) Pour 1 string jaggery syrup over dry fruit mixture and mix well. 9) Now start making ladoo with greased hand when the mixture is still warm. 10) Finally, enjoy gond ladoo
By Community Manager on 23 December 2020, 03:59
Answered By Ruchi on 05 March 2021, 05:21
Banana Cake - Eggless 3 banana ¾ cup sugar ¼ cup curd 1 tsp vanilla essence ½ cup oil 2 cup wheat flour 1 tsp baking powder ¼ tsp baking soda ¼ tsp cinnamon powder pinch of salt ½ cup chocolate chip Firstly, blend 3 chopped banana and sugar. Add curd, oil and vanilla essence Add wheat flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon powder and pinch of salt. Mix well Add chocolate chip and transfer the batter to the mould. Bake the cake Allow the cake to cool completely and later cut into slices and serve. And Finally yummy eggless Banana Cake is ready to serve
By Community Manager on 12 November 2020, 08:45
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By Community Manager on 13 September 2020, 11:19
By Community Manager on 04 September 2020, 08:03
Answered By on 12 September 2020, 08:25
Recipe for TAVSALI ( Traditional Cucumber Cake ) Ingredients : Cucumber – 1 large Thick Semolina ( broken wheat) - Depending on the size of Cucumber Jaggery – 1 cup Scraped coconut – ½ cup Cashewnuts – 10 – 12 Cardamom powder – 1 tsp Salt to taste Method : Wash, peel and grate the cucumber. Measure the quantity of grated cucumber and transfer it into a pan and add 1/2 measure of thick semolina, 1 cup jaggery, salt to taste, ½ cup scraped coconut, cashew nuts broken into pieces and cardamom powder. Heat the above mixture constantly stirring so that it doesn’t stick to the bottom of the pan. Let the mixture steam in its own juices for a while. Shut the flame and let it rest for a while. Grease a baking tin or the traditional Tavsali Paatra ( An utensil that has a base to be filled with sand and a pot with batter to be directly placed on the gas stove to be baked, refer the attached pic.), pour the steamed mixture into the baking utensil and either bake in the oven at 180 degrees for 1 hour or place on the gas stove and let it bake for 1 hour. Give it a resting time of about half an hour before you enjoy it.
By Community Manager on 21 August 2020, 12:21
Answered By on 23 August 2020, 05:45
AIRFRIED HEALTHY MODAK ( No oil no sugar ).... Health bhi Taste bhi ??? Recipe : Ingredients : 1/2 cup Multigrain atta, 50 gms - Mixed dry fruits 2-3 dates, 1/2 tsp homemade pure ghee, salt to taste. Method : Make a dough like that of chapatis, out of multigrain atta using salt and water . Grind the mixed dry fruits in a powder and grind the dates separately. In a pan heat 1/2 tsp ghee add dates and heat for a minute, then add the dry fruits and again heat for one more minute. Remove the mixture and let it cool. Roll out small roundels out of the dough. Fill in a teaspoon of the filling in each roundel and shape them like modaks. Place them in an airfrier plate and airfry the modaks for 10 mins at 160°C. Your healthy nutritious and tasty modaks are ready. Note; The actual Goan traditional modak recipe includes the covering made of wheat flour that is deep fried in oil with a filling of either coconut and jaggery or chana dal and jaggery. This recipe needs oil plus sugar in the form of jaggery.
By Community Manager on 14 August 2020, 09:09
By Atish on 08 August 2020, 10:56
Answered By Subhra on 18 December 2020, 06:14
I have visited 15 resorts and my experience have been generally awesome, barring a couple of not so great experiences. Being a foodie, I always go for the buffet, wherever I go. My favorites are Varca for variety, Madikeri for innovation and Thekkady for deliciousness. The places that disappointed me were Munnar and Virajpet and I have given strong feedback at both these resorts.
By Community Manager on 01 August 2020, 04:16
By Ravirajsinh on 31 July 2020, 03:54
By Niket on 26 July 2020, 04:49
Answered By Kamlesh on 01 August 2020, 02:27
Continue to visit the Club Mahindra website frequently and get updates on resorts and many changes introduced in the improvement of membership services by Club Mahindra. Still, the Member Relation team is still available every time. But for local travel, though we always explore potential local travelling spots, still we always take the guidance of local tour managers available on travel desk at every resort as they always guide on Travel method and safety precautions to be taken for the family.
By Bhavna on 25 July 2020, 09:03
By Shalini on 25 July 2020, 08:47
Answered By Ripunjay on 13 March 2021, 10:46
Each season has its own charm or disadvantages. Rajasthan becomes very hot during days but turns comparatively pleasant after night fall (personal experience of almost 6 years in various parts of Rajasthan). Now we talk of photography. Winters are best as you can be out through out the day and keep clicking pictures. In summers you get to click pictures of subjects through Mirage which gives an amazing touch to it. Golden rule is that GOLDEN hours are the best. Any picture taken in broad day light has harsh shadow accompanying it. Example of Golden Hour picture
By Rahul on 24 July 2020, 06:43
By Community Manager on 23 July 2020, 02:19
By Community Manager on 16 July 2020, 02:06
Answered By Bhavna on 24 July 2020, 11:00
Whoa! This is of immense interest to me. Thanks! Not alone as a mother of a small kid but having headed a profession relating to kids as Centre Director, I have had a wonderful experience and exposure to deal with various age groups. It has been a very reassuring and fulfilling journey more so as I have a small child in that age group. Glad to share my daughter is well exposed to such moral stories and enjoyed this one too. I was glad to know she completely understands the virtues associated with satisfaction and contentment. In her words, ‘We must love ourselves, we must respect ourselves, and we must be happy with EVERYTHING (with stress!) God has given us. We should be thankful to God. We must love our home, our family. We should be happy with our room and our toys only.” (About toys, I think she mentioned because I taught her to share her toys with her friends.) “Sharing is caring” is her anthem.
By Community Manager on 11 July 2020, 03:14
By Madhabi on 11 March 2020, 09:47
Answered By Parag on 11 January 2022, 04:17
Sceneric Uttarakhand A visit of the two Jim Corbett & Naukuchiatal is great fun. Staying in river side room with fascinating mountains across the river makes a great view from the room in your Corbett stay. Enjoy the endanger Tiger view there if you are Lucky the day one. Push to Naukuchiatal the 3rd day. Enjoy the boating andone must try Kayaking in Bhimtal as well. spend a day at Nainital and have a magnificent view of Himalayas and tall mountain peaks.
By on 15 April 2019, 01:53
Answered By Ramkumar on 27 July 2020, 11:12
I am not sure what you meant by amazing adventure sports - they do have the zip lining and a few other activities. All activities conducted by Club Mahindra at their property are safe. I cannot vouch for off-site activities as they may be conducted by third parties.
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