Do you feel that healthy food is that which is bland, with no taste and spices? But that is not true! The article below has some recipes which are healthy but delicious to eat.
No pain, no gain might have been our mantra to start dieting, but whenever the thought of dieting crosses our mind, we immediately drop it just about thinking about the food we might have to eat. But not anymore, we can now control our weight and maintain our fitness by eating whatever we like with a slight bit of a twist.
Check out the following nutritious recipes which will make you feel healthy and happy:-
Dosa or a hotcake is a tasty recipe. You can make them easily at home. Try to make it with dal, gram flour, or semolina since they are healthy and light on your stomach. Vegetables of your choice like onion, tomato, capsicum, coriander, green chilies, etc., will make it tastier.
- Multigrain Chapati
Instead of using wheat flour, add jawar, bajra, cornflour to your diet. Initially, it can taste a little off on your palette, but these will be beneficial for your immune system once you get habitual.
As soon as we hear khichdi, we think of it as a food item associated with sick people. But have you pondered why sick people eat khichdi? They do because it is light and can digest quickly. Don’t make simple khichdi; add lots of vegetables of your liking, which can enhance its taste.
Also, you can try and make tapioca (sabudana) khichdi. Tapioca is healthy to eat because it has no cholesterol or fat. However, keep in mind to cook tapioca appropriately. Undercooked tapioca can be harmful to eat.
Yes, you read it correctly. Momos can be included in your diet if made differently. For example, instead of using flour (maida), use semolina to make the momo sheet. For the filling, use carrot, capsicum, onion, corn instead of cabbage. Also, for the sauce with momo, instead of red chili powder, use black pepper or dry red chilies.
- Tomato and Beetroot soup
Beetroot is beneficial for your health as it is high in fiber, lowers blood pressure, has anti-oxidant properties, etc. The best form to eat it is raw, but you can also incorporate it in tomato soup. This way, you won’t get too much taste of beetroot and could consume it comfortably.
Now, you won’t have to compromise on your taste because you want to lose weight when you have these alternative recipes in your hands to make.