A myriad of Indian recipes out there can be a combination of taste and health. All you need is to understand the right source of ingredients that must be added for a tasty and healthy dish. Myriad of online marketplaces out there have unique resources that can guide you in cooking a tasty and a healthy dish! On the top of my mind comes Braingroom, an online marketplace and a lifestyle portal that provides extensive opportunities for all age groups who are interested in learning the art of bringing out a healthy and tasty dish for a better health.
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Tasty & Healthy Cooking - Is there a real meeting between these two in Indian Cooking
Fenugreek Sprouts Soup
Fenugreek seeds rich in minerals, essential vitamins like Vitamin B6, folic acid, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin A and C & phytonutrients. In fact, they have been since vintage in traditional medicines as a remedy for indigestion, cough and bronchitis. This hot and fresh sprout soup can be served for dinner!
Green Tea with Fresh Ginger
Loaded with antioxidants, green tea has powerful effects on your body. Mix this amazing tea leaf with Ginger, a well known source for solving digestive problem for an amazing health.
Loaded with protein and omega 3 fatty acids, fishes are a great source of nutrients that’s extremely healthy for the human body!
Idli and Dosa are obvious entities of a healthy indian breakfast and adding oats to this makes it all the more healthy! Rich in fiber beta-glucan, oats accounts for one of the most healthiest meal for Indian lifestyle. Combine this healthy food with a tasty “chutney” and experience tasty and healthy Indian cuisine in one go!
Lemon Pepper Chicken
Chickens are a rich source of protein and are extremely helpful for lowering your cholesterol and blood pressure control. Combine this rich source of protein with a tinge of lemon for a healthy and tasty recipe!
Dal is a staple food of India and is used extensively in different flavours and forms all over the country. Arhar dal is made with beans and has a nutritional source of carbs and proteins!
Lentil and Charred Broccoli Chat
Chats are amongst the top favored Indian snack items ever! Although a lot of people account for chat as an unhealthy combination of food, we speak otherwise! Chat can really be tasty and a good source of nutrients too. On top of my mind comes Lentil and charred broccoli chat which is nothing but a convenient mix of lentils, broccoli and “methi” sprouts for your daily dose of nutrition.
A healthy alternative and a tasty one for that matter, oats chat tops my list of most tasty and healthy snack of Indian cuisine. Rich in fiber this chat can be mixed with corn and other vegetables too! Mouthwatering isn’t it?
A combination of fruits with some tadka taste is nothing short of exclaiming “yummy!” Fruits are bright, colorful and a good source of nutrients. Alternatively they can also be used as a combination of fruit salad! Two in one - how cool does it sound?!