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Coated idli chaat

Idli Chaat3


Chaats!!! oooo eating a plate of spicy chaat is the best thing to do in the evening. Chaat is one of the most interesting recipes in Indian cooking and it can be personalized as per the taste.

The khatta meetha idli chaat recipe has the sweet and sour kick in it which makes it a perfect treat for this freezing weather. The tamarind chutney and mint chutney adds a completely different flavour to this amazing chaat recipe and then the tangy taste of lemon juice just adds a little more taste to the dish.

Enjoy this mouth watering chaat as a healthy evening snacks

Yields – 2 servings
Preparation time – 10 minutes
Cooking time – 8-10 minutes
For chaat assembling- 5 minutes

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Amla and Moong Dal – Tikkis/cutlets/burger patties

Amla Cutlets3


This veggie burger is a great easy lunch to make. I’ll sometimes make a big batch and refrigerate or freeze some of the patties to have for easily accessible, healthy lunches during the week.

Aside from being absolutely delicious, they’re also incredibly healthy. yellow lentils are naturally full of fiber and iron and adding Amla/Indian gooseberry makes it rich in vitamin C so this is a  diabetic friendly a both of which I often don’t get enough of in my day-to-day diet, along with a healthy dose of lean protein.

Yields – 10 to 12
Preparation time-15-20 minutes (includes cooking time of moong dal)
Cooking time-8-10 minutes (per batch)
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