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16 Sep 2012


Why is red meat bad

This is a topic this is still being debated today, but there are some general facts that we can be certain about when it comes to red meat. For starters, we know that red meat is high in saturated fat. This fat raises our cholesterol, which in turn increases our risk of heart diseases. When it comes to cancer, the answer is a little less certain. However, many studies have shown a strong link between red meats and colorectal cancer. There is also strong evidence to link red meat to lung, stomach, and pancreatic cancers. Red meat also has shown some links to chronic diseases. So what can cause red meat to lead to cancer? Well, there are a few theories. Some of these theories include: the saturated fat we talked about earlier, carcinogens that form when the meat is cooked, and heme iron, which may produce compounds that damage your cells.  Damaged cells are what cause cancer in the first place. Many people who eat a lot of red meat tend weigh more, exercise less, and have a higher chance of smoking and drinking more than others. Much of the red meat we eat has many additives in it, which can be dangerous to our health. There has also been research done to show that cutting out red meat from your diet can help you live longer. Swapping out some of the red meat weekly with things like nuts, poultry, dairy, or grains could increase your life span. Whether you choose to eat red meat or not is your choice. Be cautious on how much you eat, and know that there are possibilities of health risks if you do choose to eat red meat.


Nargisi kofta

                Boiled potatoes 4nos.
               Cottage cheese 75 grams
               Dry-fruits {optional}
               Sifted flour{maida}

               1 tsp ginger garlic paste
               Curd 1/2 cup
               Salt to taste                                           
               Onion 3nos.  
               Cream 1 Cup
               Tomato puree 2nos. 
               Garam masala 1 tsp
               Oil as per requirement       

Method: Mashed potatoes add salt, sifted flour, mashes cottage cheese make a half ball add dry fruits and then cover the balls.fry this balls till golden brown. keep it a side.

Heat oil in a pan add chopped onions and cook till it turns slight brown in colour  and then make {barista} paste. In another pan add onion barista add ginger garlic paste and fry it in little oil. cook tomatoes in pressure cooker and  blend it in blender and make soup add this soup in onion add turmeric,coriander powder red chili powder in onion paste fry till it cooks fully or oil comes out from sides add cream,curd fry for more few minutes.Add water as needed and again cook it for next 10 minutes add garam massala and garnish it with coriander leaves. Before serving add   Koftae balls and serve hot with payaji paratha and steamed rice