Breakfast – the most important meal of the day which is generally skipped by majority of people, especially the ones who belong to the clique of “CALORIE CONSCIOUS”. No matter how much you read about it or get suggestions by your dietician that it’s important to have your breakfast, numerous people just skip it because they are late or they don’t feel hungry or simply to avoid gorging on calorific eatables.
Well, whatever the reason may be, there is no denying the fact that breakfast is really important. Let’s have a look at the stats and try to earn a big nod from all of the BREAKFAST HATERS. While we are sleeping, though the metabolism of our body drops down, the consumption of energy is still going on. Also the digestive system is waiting for food all armed with its juices and enzymes to begin the day with.
New York City has long been known as the world’s restaurant capital and not without reason! Indian restaurants have been steadily making their way to the top and have come a long way from when they started their migration back in the 1970s both commercially and in terms of popularity locally. Earlier on, the city saw more of Punjabi and Gujarati dishes and restaurants; however more recent times have spotted an increasing number of South Indian restaurants from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
Chicken piccata is a delectable main course that, despite its elegant presentation, is relatively simple to prepare. The original dish was created in Italy using veal.
There are two relevant translation of the word piccata. The first of which translates to piquant or piquancy, which means tart or zesty. The lemon juice addition to the recipe qualifies the ever-so-mild tartness of this dish. Often, capers garnish the final plating of the dish and add a bit more tartness.