Follow These Golden Rules For Healthy Cooking

Follow These Golden Rules For Healthy Cooking

Raise your hands if you love cooking at home! Nothing beats home-cooked meals. Ghar ka khana is considered healthy even by renowned medical professionals working in reputed hospitals. See, even doctors are not immune to the charm of home-cooked meals!

As a hardcore foodie who has lived in Varanasi for a good amount of time, I can assure you, when it comes to tasty food, Varanasis are not lagging behind. We Varanasis like everything malai maarke! Anyway, adding a healthy punch to your meals does no harm. If you’re a cook, this blog is surely gonna teach you some bits about healthy cooking. So, let me present golden rules for healthy, no-no healthiest cooking!

Choose the right cooking oil

Choose the right cooking oil

As we all know, cooking oil is the show-stopper of every Indian rasoighar. There’s not a single family in India where cooking oils are not used. There is a special cooking oil for every state in India. For instance, South Indians use coconut oil which adds a special nutty flavour to their meals. Your cooking oil says a lot about your health. To practice healthier cooking, you’ve got to use the right cooking oil. Instead of using refined oils, use organic mustard oil (kachchi ghani), sesame oil, groundnut oil, sunflower oil, coconut oil and even ghee. Ensure to switch cooking oils every month!

Opt for healthy cooking methods

Opt for healthy cooking methods

Choose healthier cooking options so that you never have to see the face of a hospital due to cardiovascular conditions! Some healthy cooking methods are roasting, steaming, boiling, baking, and stir-frying. If you’re making pakodas or samosas occasionally, then put them first on a tissue paper to remove the excess oil from them.

Do not overdose on spices and condiments

Do not overdose on spices and condiments

Our country has a cornucopia of spices! Indian cooking is unimaginable without the use of masala! It’s time to use your masaldani judiciously! Don’t expect your food to be healthy if it’s saturated with spices and condiments. Use salt as required and add fewer spices to retain the healthy status of your meals.

Flavour your food with fresh spices and herbs

Flavour your food with fresh spices and herbs

Nothing adds more flavour to your food than natural herbs and homemade spices. Use coriander leaves, curry leaves, lemon, and homemade masala pastes to add a dash of unique flavour to your food.

For any medical emergency, you can visit Best Hospital in Varanasi.

Author Biography:- Hi! I’m Juhi Pandey and I love to research and write on health-related topics! Hit the follow button if you want to read interesting health-related blogs.