Diet with Low Calorie Indian Starters @TheRoyaleIndia

Indulge in Delicious Dieting with Low calorie Indian starters

August 6, 2013 294 0 0

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Everybody tries their best to remain fit these days. From regularly visiting gyms to enrolling in yoga or pilates classes to eating healthy home cooked food is becoming a popular norm. In fact, people are also improving their food habits by using moderate amount of oil and spices, which doubles the nutritive value of the food along with making it easily digestible. Gone are the days, when people loved dollops of butter on their paranthas. Now, everybody prefers a healthier meal option for themselves as well as their kids.

So, here we share few low calorie Indian starters that taste yum as well as are good for your health. Savour them with friends and family.

Tomato and Basil Sandwich

Tomato Basil Sandwich -Low Calorie Indian Starter @TheRoyaleIndia

Sprouts (1 cup)
Chopped cucumber (1 bowl)
Chopped onions and tomatoes (1 bowl)
Coriander and basil (to taste)
Salt (to taste)
Red chili powder (to taste)
Black pepper (to taste)
Mayonnaise (enough to bind the mixture)
Tomato ketchup (5 tbsp)

10 Minutes

2 People

  1. Prepare a mixture of sprouts, tomatoes, cucumber, onions, coriander and basil. These vegetables must be finely chopped.
  2. Add mayonnaise, tomato ketchup, and salt to taste along with some black pepper and red chili powder.
  3. Spread this mixture on the bread of your choice, though we recommend brown or multi-grain bread because of its healthy nature.
  4. Grill the sandwiches and serve them with fresh fruit juice for an energizing meal.

Soy Cutlets

Soy Cutlets -Low Calorie Indian Starter @TheRoyaleIndia

Nutrella nuggets or soy (1 bowl)
Boiled potatoes (2-3)
Onions (1 bowl)
Coriander (to taste)
Green  chilies (2-3)
Salt (to taste)
Red chili powder (to taste)
Mint or basil leaves (2-3)

30 Minutes

3 – 4 People

  1. Soak soy nuggets for 2-3 in warm water. Grind it to make a fine paste.

  2. Mix this mixture with peeled boiled potatoes, coriander, finely chopped onions, green chilies, salt to taste, red chili powder and green chilies.

  3. Make small patties out of this mixture and shallow fry them.

  4. Serve delicious and healthy soy patties with mint or tamarind chutney.

So, pick from our list of healthy starters and enjoy your meal time.

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Categories: Healthy Living, Recipe Corner