These super-tasty muthias made of nachni, methi and wheat flour pack a lot of good health and energy into their little forms. They make a very satiating snack, which provides the body with enough fibre, iron and calcium. Serve these Nachni Methi Muthias immediately, or else they will harden as there is no oil in the dough. You will really relish having this with a cup of hot chaai.
Cabbage jowar muthias are an all-time favourite gujarati snack. These are dumplings that are first steamed and then sautéed in a basic tempering. This flavourful and fibrous snack is also light on the stomach.
Appetizing moong sprouts, onions and tomatoes topped with cooling dahi, this Healthy Moong Chaat is loaded with nutrients like iron, fibre, and vitamins A and C. Brimming with good health, this tasty snack can be tossed up in a jiffy and is the perfect answer to sudden hunger pangs. Always keep some sprouted moong ready in your fridge, so you can prepare this often for your loved ones. Interestingly, the sprouted moong mixture is a nice and crunchy snack to have just as it is, even without…
An interesting way to consume healthy sprouts! This protein-rich chaat makes an excellent anytime snack for your kids, and will boost their energy levels when they are tired. A no-fuss snack, it will take just a few minutes to mix the Sprouts and Corn Chatpata Chaat if you have prepared the chutney beforehand. The crunchy garnish is what transforms it into an exciting form that kids will love to sink their teeth into.
Khakhras are a handy jar snack. They give wonderful company to a cup of hot tea , silence your tummy whenever a sudden hunger pang strikes, and can be carried around in your handbag to snack on, anytime you are peckish.
Here's a winner to a real North Indian flavour. Enjoy this traditional rice goody…. just minus the fat from it like I have done in this recipe as excess fat hinders with the absorption of calcium in the body.
No-fuss, just fun… and of course good health too! This quick recipe just involves mixing the ingredients, and topping a whole wheat toast with them. What makes the Paneer, Cucumber and Dill Toast so attractive is the thoughtful combo of ingredients. Cooling cucumber goes well with calcium and protein rich paneer, and iron and vitamin A rich dill. Dill is used only in small quantities, due to its strong flavour, but even that brings in a lot of taste and nutrients to the toast, while chopped…