Onions and garlic are the backbone of Indian cooking, says Yogesh Yadav, executive chef at Gaylord Indian restaurant in Hong Kong, who shares his recipe for onion bhaji. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Onions and garlic are the backbone of Indian cooking, says Yogesh Yadav, executive chef at Gaylord Indian restaurant in Hong Kong, who shares his recipe for onion bhaji. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Onions and garlic are the backbone of Indian cooking, says Yogesh Yadav, executive chef at Gaylord Indian restaurant in Hong Kong, who shares his recipe for onion bhaji. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Wellness

Onions and garlic, superfoods we should love – how to prepare and cook them, and how to deal with garlic breath

  • Low in calories and packed with healthy minerals and vitamins, they help protect against cancer, inflammation and heart disease
  • Eaten raw or cooked, onions and garlic, the backbone of Indian cooking, add depth, richness and character to food; to counter garlic breath, drink lemon water

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Onions and garlic are the backbone of Indian cooking, says Yogesh Yadav, executive chef at Gaylord Indian restaurant in Hong Kong, who shares his recipe for onion bhaji. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Onions and garlic are the backbone of Indian cooking, says Yogesh Yadav, executive chef at Gaylord Indian restaurant in Hong Kong, who shares his recipe for onion bhaji. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Onions and garlic are the backbone of Indian cooking, says Yogesh Yadav, executive chef at Gaylord Indian restaurant in Hong Kong, who shares his recipe for onion bhaji. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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