Goes Back To
Origin of Maple Syrup goes way back in history. Legend has it that it all started with a perky squirrel. Many centuries ago, during a period of famine, a Native American youth noticed a squirrel full of energy. He watched the squirrel lick the sap from a maple tree, and realised this was the source of its vitality. Intrigued by the strange-looking tree, he cut it down to find large quantities of sweet, delicious liquid (sap) spurting from it. It was after this that written accounts of the maple tree and the sap appeared, marking the beginning of its widespread popularity and use.
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While sugar and sweeteners add on to a great deal of taste in our food, we cannot turn our backs to the very fact that these elements are major contributors to diabetes, obesity, heart diseases and a lot more.So does eliminating sugar and sweeteners from your diet seem to be a plausible option?
The best solution to keep both taste and health intact is to replace your daily sugar and sweeteners with a healthier and tasty alternative.
About The Product
Pure Maple Syrup from Canada is completely 100% natural, pure and organic – no colouring, no artificial flavours, and certainly no preservatives. It is also an excellent source of manganese and riboflavin (B2); good source of magnesium and a source of calcium, potassium, sodium, copper and zinc. Early indications from many studies suggest that maple syrup may contribute to one’s health and well-being in multiple ways.
DIY : A Quick Recipe by Chef Vicky Ratnani
Pumpkin: peeled and cut into long rectangular slices – 6 each
Marinate Maple Syrup 2 tbsp
Vicky’s Spice Roast and grind:
Cinnamon stick 5g
Cloves 2 g
Asafoetida 1 big pinch
Kashmiri red chilli 1 each
Salt to taste
Cumin seeds 5g
Roast and grind the above spices. Cool and grind in a mortar and pestle Marinate the pumpkin pieces with the spices and 1tbsp of the maple syrup and 1 tsp of olive oil. Pan-fry the slices in a non-stick pan until just cooked