First Food recipe: healthy and easy Makhana breakfast

Makhana or fox nut is traditionally eaten during religious fasting in India, but due to its immense health benefits, it is now relished across the country

 
Last Updated: Thursday 13 July 2017 | 06:32:09 AM

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