- 2.5 - 3 kg whole
leg of lamb
- 250 gm yogurt
- 1\4 cup. lemon juice
- 2 tbs. chili powder
- 1 tbs. ground coriander
- 1 tbs. ground cumin
- 3 tsp. salt
- 2 tsp. garam masala
- 1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg
- 1/2 cup cooking oil
Trim the meat and cut slits, about
2cm deep at regular intervals over the surface.
2. Spread the lemon juice all over the meat
and rub it into the incisions. Put
the meat in refrigerator for about
3. Mix chili powder, salt, coriander, nutmeg,
cumin and garam masala. Rub the mixture over meat and put it
back in the refrigerator for
6-8 hours or preferably over
4. Two hours before cooking, spread yogurt all
over meat and rub well.
5. Steam the leg in a steamer for 1 hour or
until the meat is tender.
6. Heat the oil in a large wok and fry it on
high heat for about 5 minutes or until the meat is brown or
if you like to BBQ it, then cook
over ash layered charcoal till it is brown. Don't forget to
brush oil while grilling it.
Serve it with
Obese teenagers showed 'silent' disease signs
The blood vessels of obese teenagers look more like those
found in middle-aged people, say Canadian researchers.
A study of 63 children, whose average age was 13, found
signs of "stiffening" in the aorta - the largest artery in
The British Columbia Children's Hospital team said it was an
early indicator of heart disease.
The British Heart Foundation described child obesity as a
"ticking public health time bomb".
One of the key changes in heart disease is the hardening of
arteries supplying blood to the heart.
The rate of childhood obesity has rocketed in the last two
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Measurements of the elasticity of the aorta were taken using
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However, when the results for the obese teenagers were
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More worryingly, these findings were not echoed by similar
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between the obese and normal weight children.
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He now plans research to see if these aortic changes can be
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"We must try and stop the clock ticking by making it easier
for families to make informed, healthier choices about the
food they're eating and the amount of physical activity
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Few days back, I got a wisdom lesson from a little four year
old boy and I would very much like to share that experience
with you. A few days back, I accompanied my younger cousins
on their trip to a suburb which has become a dwelling place
of under privileged people. My cousins, in their free time,
run a campaign- collecting donations from affluent elders in
our families and then buying stuff to be given to needy.
Since, I too have a lot of spare time these days, so I
joined them in their venture. We purchased the items we
thought were required, and then neatly packed them for
distribution. Then a suitable day was decided to visit our
On the decided day, we went to the ‘residential place’ of
needy that had been chosen. Clothing and grocery bags were
distributed to family heads, while goody packs were given to
the dozens of kids there. After we had given all away, we
sat aside to observe as the young ones enjoyed the receiving
that they had just got. The focus of my observation was a
four year old boy, who would unwrap each candy and in
excitement exclaim ''methi goli'(meaning sweet candy) again.
I am sure he was big enough to recognize from the wrappings
that all of these contained sweets, yet his excitement as he
opened each and discovered another candy inside was a sight
to see. Observing this little boy, made me realize how often
in life we take things for granted. We expect them to happen
a certain way and when they do, we experience no delight. We
take them so much for granted that we even forget to thank
the Provider for His blessings. Let us start rejoicing even
the sip from a hot cup of coffee. Let us be happy for each
blessing. It is time for us to pause, think and thank. Thank
you Lord for all that you have blessed us with.
Till we meet next,
Ms. Amna Tariq Holy City of Makkah-Ul-Mukarrama
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