May 23, 2019
#Didyouknow XOCO57 by Foodhall shelters Mumbai’s first #SoftServe bar? Choose from velvety vanilla or chocolate ice cream and top it up with an..
The summers are upon us and there’s no better way to kick back than over a freshly made yogurt bowl. Visit a Foodhall near you to make your own..
If you like #ThaiCurry but can’t handle the heat, try our nutty and mild Panang curry. It packs all the aromas you want, with a gentle spicy flavour - a perfect meal for #rainy nights in! Take a break and activate your #zen mode by simply ordering this bowl of comfort from our Café by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway on your next visit!
Aug 04, 2020
Boost your immunity the old-fashioned way, with tried-and-tested methods from your mom’s kitchen. Our series, #FromAMothersKitchen explores the home remedies relied on for generations, and this week we’re sharing @shashanklohia’s family favourite - a spicy spoonful to shore up your immunity. Simply mix together 1 teaspoon of #ghee with a pinch each of #turmeric and #blackpepper, and consume with breakfast everyday for best results. #ImmunityBoost #HomeRemedy
Aug 03, 2020
Wheatgrass packs a whole lot of bang for its nutritional buck. You might have heard a lot about this cure-it-all #superfood, however, unsure how to consume it? Look no further. Here’s a palatable recipe - given that green juices tend to taste bitter, that turns this #detox drink into a delicious refresher. P.S. Drink it on an empty stomach for maximum benefit. What you’ll need: • Wheatgrass - 30g • Apple - 1, medium • Ginger - small piece • Water - 1 cup Method: 1. Wash and cut the apple and ginger. If not using #organic produce, peel and cut them as desired 2. Wash the #wheatgrass a few times thoroughly 3. Add all the ingredients in a blender and blitz. If needed, you may add some more water 4. Pass it through a strainer 5. Consume immediately
Aug 02, 2020
We’re eyeing @the_foodiediaries’s Honey Fridge Cake for a weekend #kitchenproject! The best part? It needs only 5 ingredients! What you’ll need: • Butter - ½ cup • Digestive or Marie biscuits - 200g • Dark chocolate - 300g, chopped • Honey - ⅓ cup • Hazelnuts - ⅔ cup, chopped Method: 1. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper 2. Crush the biscuits - you want the broken biscuits to be of different shapes and sizes (not fine crumbs). The easiest way is to put the biscuits in a ziplock bag and crush them with a rolling pin 3. Melt the #butter over the stove. You can go the extra mile by browning the butter - that is, keep stirring the melted butter until it starts to sizzle and foam. You will know the butter has browned once it starts to smell beautifully buttery, nutty and rich! 4. Next, remove the melted (brown) butter from the heat and stir in the chocolate and #honey until combined. You can keep a few spoonfuls aside for the glaze 5. Fold in the crushed biscuits and nuts, using a spatula to combine everything evenly 6. Spread the mixture into the prepared loaf tin, pressing down gently with the spatula. Spoon the reserved #chocolate glaze over the top 7. Refrigerate for a few hours, before slicing and serving. You can also store the sliced bars refrigerated in an airtight container and serve fridge-cold
Aug 01, 2020