Own an OTG? Make these 5 easy vegetarian recipes

(MENAFN – NewsBytes) Since many restaurants are functioning minimally due to COVID-19, we have been missing out on a lot of delicacies. So tandoori aloo or your favorite kebabs seem to be out of reach now. But worry not! If you own an Oven Toaster Griller, aka OTG, you can recreate these from the comfort of your home. Here are some vegetarian recipes you can start with.

In this article

  • Recipe number 1: Deliciously smooth butter biscuits
  • Recipe number 2: ‘Tandoori aloo’ to have with tea
  • Recipe number 3: Sweet and tasty banana cutlet
  • Recipe number 4: Barbeque chips accompanied
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Why Does Coffee Sometimes Make Me Tired?

Caffeine, the main active ingredient in coffee, has a well-justified reputation for being an energy booster. But caffeine is also a drug, which means that it can affect each of us differently, depending on our consumption habits and our genes.

“The paradox of caffeine is that in the short term, it helps with attention and alertness. It helps with some cognitive tasks, and it helps with energy levels,” said Mark Stein, a professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington, who has studied the impact of caffeine on people with A.D.H.D. “But the

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Lidl Pledges To Increase Total Sales of Healthy Food To 85% By 2025

Lidl GB recently announced a new healthy food commitment called the ‘Healthy Eating Pledge,’ which its CEO, Christian Härtnagel, says is the discounter’s most ambitious target yet. The initiative aims to encourage healthier diets and increase sales of nutritional products to 85% or more of total sales by 2025, based on tonnage volume.

Lidl’s specialist nutrition teams developed a nutrient profiling system (NPS) to measure the healthy level of foods. The NPS is based on Public Health England’s nutrient criteria for front-of-pack traffic light labeling, which focuses on fat, saturated fat, sugar, and salt quantity, ranking all products as healthy,

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Flour Buff ISD serves up trending lunch menu

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — School lunch has a bad reputation. 

“There’s a perception that the food is not good and that it’s not cool to eat school lunch,” registered dietitian Brittany Garcia said. 

Garcia is the nutritional coordinator for the Flour Bluff Independent School District. She takes pictures of the school’s daily menu and posts them on social media.

“Steak fingers, broccoli, mashed potatoes, apple sauce and a roll,” she said.

She wanted to take the extra step in making school lunch appetizing and a hit with the kids because she remembers what cafeteria food was like when she was

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