Connect with us

Food

Best Bakeries In Delhi To Satisfy Your Cravings!

Published

on

We always need a bakery to run to–for last-minute birthday cakes, early-bird birthday cakes, the perfect buns, and all other tea-time savoury snacks, How about trying some best bakeries in Delhi? Whether you’re looking for your daily breakfast bread or a quick snack or something to soothe your sweet tooth, you’ll be spoiled for choice at each one of this food havens.

Here are our top picks for Best Bakeries In Delhi-

1. Wenger’s

Everyone who has grown up in Delhi will always have Wenger’s as part of their childhood memories and will also agree that it is one bakery that has stood the test of time. Established way back in 1926 during British Raj, the bakery has been named after the Swiss couple who started it. One of the few bakeries that still preserve its old-school flavours, they also have a deli, allowing you to enjoy all the sweet and savoury (including waffles), from the comfort of their in-dining facilities.

Image Source= Hangouts

2. Defence Bakery

Established in 1962, a tiny little quiet place situated in Defence Colony is a house of gooey chocolate chip and blueberry muffins. Defence Bakery has it all—bread, desserts, muffins, cookies, quiches, pizza, kathi rolls, focaccia, hot dogs, and hummus. They get major points for their express bread counter.

Image Source- LBB

3. Maxim’s 

One of the oldest bakeries in South Delhi, Maxims offers a mix of contemporary and old school bakery items. Head to Maxims for well-priced desserts and very ornate cakes. They do designer cakes on request in case all the flounce don’t cut it.

Bakeries in Delhi

Image Source- Lbb

 

4. Nik Baker’s

Popularly known as Chandigarh’s favorite bakery. It the best place to pack some crisp cheese sticks and crunchy cookies filled with oats, almonds and chocolate chips for your evening tea. Enjoy a quick breakfast sitting in a cute little sitting area sipping your morning coffee.

5. L’opera

Based in Khan Market, this hidden gem is an authentic Patisserie specializing in French products in India. L’Opéra is reminiscent of true French experience adorned with elegant ambiences, top quality products and detailed services creating a sense of timeless elegance. It is a true glimpse if you want to dive into the capitals French destination. You can find it in Civil Lines, Khan Market, Nehru Place etc.

Bakeries in Delhi

Image Source- TOI

6. Angels In My Kitchen

A minimalist cafe-like ambience in addition to the best that you can expect from a bakery puts this one right on the top of every cake lover’s list. An interesting variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian puffs and patties. Also, well-complemented by desserts as interesting as chocolate boats, lemon tarts, Belgian evasion pastries, blueberry cheesecakes, walnut pie slices, liqueur gateaux, blueberry cakes and more.

Bakeries in Delhi

 

Crumbly croissants, crunchy cookies, gooey cakes or moist pieces of bread, whatever you’re looking for, these beloved bakeries will definitely live up to your expectations.

For more Food related articles, checkout: https://littleletterslinked.com/

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Food

Feel Free To Eat These Without Gaining Weight

Published

on

While there’s no such thing as a zero-calorie food, there are foods you can enjoy freely without having to worry about packing on the pounds.

1. Tomatoes

weight

The soluble fibre in tomato forms a gel-like substance in the large intestine and acts as a food source for the good gut bacteria. This also helps to increase your satiety. Insoluble fibre in tomato binds itself with fat and prevents its absorption, thus weight gain. Tomatoes are also considered an appetite-suppressant high-volume food, which means they have high amounts of water, air and fibers.

2. Cucumbers

A pile of fresh cucumbers lying diagonally with drops of water with one cut open

A fruit that is mostly made up of water, cucumbers only contain 16 calories per serving. The seeds and skin contain most of the fruit’s nutritional value, so you’re best off not peeling your cucumbers. The peel and seeds provide both fiber and a form of vitamin A known as beta-carotene, which is known to be good for your eyes. So go munch on some cucumbers right now!

3. Grapefruits

weight

Studies have shown that adding grapefruit to your diet can increase weight loss, which is often why it’s considered a diet food. This is because grapefruits are high in fiber, which keeps hunger at bay by stabilizing blood sugar levels and helping you feel fuller for longer. There are only 50 calories in one half of a grapefruit.

 

4. Broccoli

Broccoli is most nutritious when eaten raw or when steamed. This super vegetable contains sulforaphane, an anti carcinogen that works to destroy cancer-causing chemicals that the body might take in either through the environment or through food. Besides vitamins A, C, E, and K, one serving of steamed broccoli contains approximately 20% of your daily fiber requirement.

5. Cauliflower

Although its white color may make people think otherwise, cauliflower is actually a very versatile and nutritious vegetable. It contains antioxidants and phytochemicals  both of which help to fight off chronic disease and it’s an excellent source of folate, fiber, and vitamins C and K. There are around 25 calories in one serving.

 

6. Blackberries

Blackberries’ health benefits are incredibly versatile. Like many other berries, the fruit is rich in vitamin C as well as antioxidants are known as bioflavonoids. Beyond that, eating blackberries can aid with digestion and staying alert, and tightens tissue, leading to younger-looking skin. There are around 62 calories in a single serving of the berries.

 

7. Strawberries

weight

 

There’s more vitamin C in one serving of strawberries than there is in one orange. In addition, strawberries are also bursting with polyphenols, a type of antioxidant. Strawberries are also a good source of potassium and fiber, and they’re fat-free, sodium-free, and cholesterol-free, which makes them healthy for the heart. One cup of the fruit only has around 50 calories so you don’t have to worry about your weight.

Related article- Delicious Low-Calorie Indian Recipes For Dinner

 

 

Continue Reading

Food

Delicious Low-Calorie Indian Recipes For Dinner

Published

on

By

We are often stuck between soups and salads for our low-calorie dinner options. However, we do not know that there are many low-calorie Indian recipes that we can include in our diet for a healthy yet tasty dinner. These recipes are easy to make and get you into the habit of healthy eating by opting for a rich and nourishing diet rather than picking up diet food from the market.

Here are a few low-calorie Indian recipes you can add to your diet for dinner:

Oats Idli

Image result for oats idli

Image Source- Veg Recipes Of India

Idlis are light, delectable and puffy and very tasty to eat. Since it is not fried, you can have it guilt-free without worrying about the calories you are going to intake. Oats idli will provide you with fibre and lots of protein for your dinner.

Dhokla

Image result for dhokla

Image Source- hindi.foodviva.com

This Gujrati steamed snack is perfect for a delicious dinner during the days you are avoiding all the extra calories at night. The best part about this dish is that it is light yet very filling. You can easily prepare it in your microwave and the ingredients used in this particular food item are besan, suji, green chilli, curd and curry leaves.

Green Peas Upma

Image result for green peas upma

Image Source- Portabites

Protein-rich green pea along with good for weight loss upma makes a great combination for your diet food and kick starts healthy eating with delicious flavors. The dish is also said to regulate the hunger hormone ghrelin and help further in the weight loss while keeping your cravings in control.

Ragi Dosa

low-calorie Indian recipes

Image Source- Foodviva.com

We all just love dosa, don’t we? It is one of the most favorite dishes in South Indian cuisine.  Ragi dosa is a prime choice for all those who are trying to lose weight and cut back on the extra calories. Ragi is rich in fibre and unlike other dosas, it does not use rice in its preparation.

Sabudana Khichdi

low-calorie Indian recipes

Image Source- Simply Tadka

This delicious dish is made with tender tapioca pearls, tossed with vegetables and a medley of mild spices and peanuts. Sabudana khichdi is mostly consumed during Navratri. While it is cooked in ghee, you can replace it with low-fat vegetable cooking oil for your dinner recipe.

So, what are you waiting for? Go grocery shopping and start adding the nutrient value to your dinner and yes, of course, start losing all the extra weight from your mind and body that had been bothering you with these light and healthy dinner options!

For more such news, visit here.

Continue Reading

Food

Majestic Thalis Of India

Published

on

India is a paradise of a variety of cuisines. Each region has a different taste, different cuisine and a different thali. In this post read about the various Majestic Thalis Of India that you should try at least once in your life.

From Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Gujarat to West Bengal, you will find a different thali.

 

What is Thali?

A thali is a platter of different delicacies that signify a particular culture. It contains a full course meal right from the starters to the main course to the dessert. The sweets that the Thali contains are just delicious.

Majestic Thalis Of India- A short guide

Punjabi Thali

Punjabi’s are fond of food is a known fact. They love heavy meals loaded with shudh desi ghee. A typical Punjabi thali consists of rajma- chole, paneer, rice, naan or chapati, dal makhni. It also contains the famous makke di roti and sarsoon da saag. The Punjabi thali will obviously be incomplete without butter chicken. To complement all this, the thali is served with a large glass of Lassi.

Rajasthani Thali

Rajasthan is a land of Royals. Rajasthan is known for its hospotality and culinary skills. The thali is loaded with a lot of sabzi. The speciality of Rajasthan, Dal bati with churma is also served.

A famous city restaurant that serves authentic Rajasthani thali is Rajdhani Thalis.

View this post on Instagram

Starting my weekend with this super scrumptious Rajasthani Thaal…😍😋😍 . . So few days back I visited Shree Rajbhog which is known for serving amazing Rajasthani Thaal. Enjoy your unlimited meal with some soothing Rajasthani music and I bet u will be tired of eating but they won't be tired of serving you dishes. 😋 Also the Price of this Thali is just Rs. 350 ( inclusive of all the taxes) . . P.s. A lot many items are missing from this thaal since I had no space to keep it in this thaal 🙊. . . Tag your friends and ask them to finish this Thaal all alone 😜 . . Where @shreerajbhog Ratings 4.5/5 . . #rajasthanithali #vegthali #daalbaatichurma #indianthali #food52 #foodgasm #f52food #eeeeeats #nomnom #f52gram #desikhana #foodphotography #foodvsco #delhifoodie #mumbaifoodlovers #delhifoodwalks #mumbaifoodie #lucknowfood #foodreview #foodshot #foodsofinstagram #foodiefeature #foodwalk #foodstagram #foodielife #foodtalk #foodstylist #foodtalkindia

A post shared by Devang Sharma (@ghumakkaddog) on

Gujarati Thali

Gujrati’s are vegetarians so their thalis too are strictly vegetarian. However, this does not at all compromise on the taste. In a gujrati thali one can find, thepla, dhokla, dal- dhokli, chevdoh, khakhra. It contains other typical gujrati dishes like Fafda, khaman, and undhiyu.

Maharashtrian Thali

There are different styles of cuisines that people of Maharashtra eat. As one part of the start is near the coast their main food items are seafood and rice, while the other part is on the extreme end at Vidarbha, so the cuisines are widely distinct. One of the specialities of a Maharashtrian thali is pickles. Maharashtrians are fond of spicy food, so a thecha made of chillies will be found in all thalis. Apart from that, there is batatyachi bhaji, vangya cha bharit, usal, bhaat (rice). For special occasions in summer seasons the thali also contains aamras and poli. Another popular dish is the Puran Poli.

Malvani Thali

Malvani Thali is also one of the thalis from Maharashtra. It finds a special mention here as the thali is full of curries, fishes curds and pickles.

Bengali Thali

A Bengali thali is a mixture of sweet and spice. Fishes dominate any bengali thali. Some of the common dishes are potol bhaja, kumro bhaja, dal, chutney and payesh. There are mouth-watering desserts like rosogolla, mishti dio and saundesh that are unmissable.

View this post on Instagram

জামাই ষষ্ঠী আরো স্পেশাল করে তুলতে চান ? ঘুরে আসুন সন্তোষপুর এ 'রাজবাড়ির খাওয়া' তে । আজ এখানে থাকছে স্পেশাল কিছু পদ শুধুমাত্র জামাই ষষ্ঠী উপলক্ষে । . . . . ছবিতে রয়েছে এখানের বিখ্যাত কয়েকটি পদ : . . • ভাত , • পোস্ত বড়া , • সবজি ডাল , • ভেটকি পাতুরি , • ছানার ডালনা , • চিংড়ির মালাইকারি , • মটন কষা , • আমের চাটনি ও • পাঁপড় । . . . . For More Updates Keep Following @calcutta_tadka ( Don't Repost Without Permission ) . . . . #jamaisasthi #jamaishoshti #jamaisoshti #bengalifood #bengalithali #bengaliculture #thegreatindianfoodie #incredibleindia #foodtalkindia #indianfoodtales #thekolkatabuzz #calcuttacacophony #ig_calcutta #northindianfood #indianstreetfood #indianfoodlovers #southindianfood #calcuttadiaries #instafood #instalike #nomnom #foodporn #f52grams #buzzfeedfood #streetfood #indianfoodblogger #delhi_gram #delhifoodie #whatmumbaieats #odiafood

A post shared by Prosenjit || Kolkata Foodie (@calcutta_tadka) on

Kerela Thali

A kerela thali is usually served on a Banana leaf. It contain rice, sambar, kootu, curd, payasam. Their cuisine in rich in different types of chutneys.

View this post on Instagram

#sadya #bananaleaf #kerelathali

A post shared by pree (@cloudy.outside) on

Goan Thali

Goan thali contains the special kokum curry. Apart from that, there are dishes like kele ambat, Rice bhakri, banana halwa and many more. The main dishes contain kokum, seafood and coconuts.

Try out all of them as soon as you can.

Also do not forget to Check out the food trends of 2020.

Continue Reading

Trending