5 Amazing Reasons You Should Start Drinking Energy Drinks5 Amazing Reasons You Should Start Drinking Energy Drinks

Energy drinks are quite useful when an individual is training hard and need an extra boost. Nowadays, people from nearly all age groups can consume them and these drinks are continuing to grow in popularity over time. Many athletes like and even endorse sport energy drinks because these prevent dehydration and provide energy.  The energy drinks can also be used as a quick booster during a hard day at the office, but it’s essential that you don’t get to a phase where you become dependent on them.


Energy drinks are generally beverages that contain ingredients that are commonly marketed to boost mental performance and the overall energy of a person. Almost all energy drinks contain caffeine in order to stimulate the brain function and boost the concentration and alertness.

However, many health professionals have warned that these drinks might have harmful consequences that have put a big question mark on their safety. Energy drinks contain huge amounts of sugar and calories. Despite all the negative remarks these drinks receive, there are a few benefits of consuming them.

Whether people personally hate them or love them, there are individuals out there that keep coming back to energy drinks.


The first and most important benefit of consuming energy drink is the obvious one. Energy drinks can produce more energy, feelings of productivity, alertness, and wakefulness.


Energy drinks are commonly served cold. They can consume and absorbed much quicker than coffee. As you can consume it quickly, the to caffeine can get into the bloodstream quicker, providing you an instant boost.


It has been noticed that the flavor of tea and coffee doesn’t appeal to most of the people so energy drinks are quite beneficial for those who want a caffeine boost and don’t like tea or coffee. Energy drinks are generally available in a multitude of options and flavors in the market.


As already mentioned above, most energy drinks are served chilled and carbonated, so they have a refreshing and cool effect on the people who consume it. This is the reason which makes energy drinks more appealing than other caffeinated drinks that are generally consumed hot.


There are several sports energy drinks available on the market that offer a great way for athletes like sports person to recover quickly from exercise, because of the carbohydrates and caffeine they contain. Athletes usually prefer a light and chilled drink after exercising opposed to the hot beverage.

So as you can see that the energy drinks provide consumers a healthy alternative to drinking sodas, coffee, tea or other traditional drinks.


How To Make Soya Chaap?

Soya is being considered to be one of the richest sources of protein, but it is very surprising to know that soya is not being used very frequently in Indian style of cooking. If we talk about Chinese cuisine, then soya can be termed to be core ingredient in their style of cooking. In china there are hundred or more different kinds of soya made food product that are part of daily diet in china along with soya beans, tofu, soya milk and many more.

For more than thousands of years ‘soya has been regarded as the core ingredient in china. Soya chaap is tasty meal along with the good source of protein, is both appealing and appetizing. It is like most in the Delhi/NCR region. As soya chaap is basically a North Indian delight and is considered equivalent to non-vegetarian dish. But no need to worry it is actually a pure vegetarian dish. Therefore because of such importance of soya in meal, soya chaap holds a very important position.

We are here presenting the recipe of creating the delicious soya been chaap curry although if needed one can also consume it as a dry soya chaap. It generally varies with a taste of different person to person.

Detailed ingredients and recipe for making soya chaap is given below:


  • 3 to 4 Soya chaap of 250 grams approx.
  • 1 inch of ginger
  • 3 tomatoes of 250 grams approx.
  • 100 grams of cream
  • 1 piece of green chilly
  • 3 to 4 table spoon of oil
  • 2 to 3 table spoon of finely chopped green coriander
  • 1 pinch of asafoetida
  • ¼ tea spoon of cumin seed
  • ¼ tea spoon of turmeric powder
  • ¼ tea spoon of red chilly powder
  • ¼ or less tea spoon of garam masala
  • 1 tea spoon of dry fenugreek leaves
  • Take whole spice of cinnamon stick-1, black pepper- 6-7, brown cardamom-1 and clove-2
  • Salt as per taste


Firstly,cut soya chaap into chunks of 1-1 ½ inches approx. now preheat oil in a non-stick pan. Place chunks of a soya chaap in a hot oil. Fry chunks until turns brown then take them out in a plate. Now make a paste of tomato, ginger and green chilly by grinding then finely. Add cumin seeds in an oil and sauté them for a while. Now add asafoetida, coriander powder, turmeric powder, black pepper, garam masala, dry fenugreek seed, cinnamon stick, cardamom and clove to a sauté mixture. After sautéing the spices for a couple of minutes, now add tomato-ginger-green chilli paste and put some red chilli powder. Sauté the mixture until oil starts separating from it.

When you find oil starts separating from the mixture, add garam masala and cream into it. You need to stir the mixture constantly until the masala simmers. Now add ½ cup of water into it when masala starts simmering and stir constantly until gravy comes to boil. Now add some leaves of green coriander in the gravy and mix.

Add salt as per taste and soya chaap into the gravy when it starts boiling. Mix well and now cover the pan with a lid and cook for 4-5 minutes on a low flame. Now your soya chap is ready to be served.

There are few suggestions for you all that after adding a cream in the masala try to stir the mixture constantly and cook until it starts simmering else cream may splatter and also add slat later as if u add it with a cream it can splatter it. The total time required to prepare soya chaap would be 30 minutes approx.


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