Category Archives: Snacks

Lauki Muthia | Healthy low calorie Snack | Bottlegourd Pattice

Lauki Muthia

I keep searching ways to incorporate healthy vegetables in my food and Lauki or Bottlegourd is one such vegetable. Bottlegourd is a versatile vegetable, it can be made into a sabji/curry, koftas, pakodas, parathas, raita, or Muthia/snacks.

This recipe is a famous Gujrati recipe and i love the slight sweet, slight spicy and slight tangy taste. Bonus point….it is steamed and tempered, so very low on calories.

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Healthy and Gluten free Khaman Dhokla |Easy and fast recipe of Dhokla

Khaman Dhokla

Khaman dhokla is a great gluten free option as a Snack Item or for Breakfast . These are really light and healthy. Serve it with some sweet tamarind and coriander chutney and watch it disappear in minutes.

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Nutritious Hara Bhara Kebab | Green peas and Spinach patty

A nutritious green mix of Spinach, Peas and Potatoes with a cashew on top makes this Kebab delicious as well as very healthy.

hara bhara kebab

Perfect party starter, these can be made into small flat discs and then thread into toothpicks. Perfect finger food.

Loaded with veggies, this kebab is a very good way to feed your kids greens.

I serve it with Dahi ki Chutney.

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Methi Puri |Fenugreek Puffed Flat Bread

Methi Puri

Travel friendly snack item

We love travelling by road and the most important question a planner has to think about after the stay and the route details is travel food. Travel food should be easy to make and should retain the taste and freshness for at least a few hours. The dough of this Puri can be made ahead one night prior then just roll and fry before starting the journey.

Pack Methi Puri’s with pickles or sauce for a Picnic or serve it for Breakfast, it will be an instant hit.

Fenugreek leaves are enriched with minerals like Potassium, Calcium, and Iron.  The leaves have good dietary fiber and are enriched with Vitamin C. For more intense taste, add soaked kasuri methi.

I relish it with Schezwan Chutney 😉

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