Healthy Twist to All Time Favorite Holi Recipes
We all love this festival of Holi, not only because of its bevy of colours but also for the mouth-watering delicacies unique to this festival. So, while you prepare yourself to enjoy this festival with gulaal, water guns, endless singing and dancing- take a note of these healthy and hearty Holi recipes from Diet Clinic to make the festival even more special and of course healthy.
Baked Gujjia: made of whole wheat and semolina instead of refined flour and stuffed with nuts, coconut grated and dipped in healthy honey.
Ragi Malpua: made of ragi flour, whole wheat and oats, makes this version of all time Holi favorite the healthiest to eat and offer.
Channa Masala with Baked Kachauri: a plateful of spicy and tempting channas (chick peas) served with baked kachauris. No one gets to complain on calories.
A Holi with Healthy Delicacies
The festival of colours is celebrated in different way in every region in their own style. But one thing is common in every region in India is the mouth-watering savories that are prepared and served during Holi. This Holi, let’s get healthy and make others healthy too with special Holi recipes from Diet Clinic. With these recipes we now don’t have to restrict yourself from enjoying all your favorite Holi dishes.
Shahi Poli: a healthier version of the popular Holi dish Puran Poli, is made out of low fat mawa, whole wheat flour, semolina and minimum ghee with all the royal taste.
Oats Chaat: while a traditional chaat consists of too many calories, try the oats chaat from Diet Clinic which is not only rich in fiber content but is also relatively low on calories. And afraid not it is still as yummy as the original version.
Low Calorie Thandai: Holi stands incomplete without its Thandai. This Holi try the Diet Clinic’s low calorie version and enjoy guilt free the traditional Holi drink.
The Heart Healthy Holi Recipes this Holi
What are celebrations without food? In our country food happens to be the soul of all festivals and Holi in particular has more cultural significance than religious. The festival of colours is known for traditional recipes, tasty snacks and yummy sweets.
Here are some popular Holi recipes made healthier by Diet Clinic, that you would want to try this year:
Kachori with Aloo ki Subzee: the best indulgent dish to try on a festival and it is also India's famous and favorite naashta, but the one you get in the market are loaded with trans fat and impure ingredients. You can make market like kachori at home by following this simple recipe. Made with moong daal, spices and flour, try this easy kachori recipe and thank us later.
Spinach & Cheese Gujjiya: this appetizing fusion recipe of gujjia that is not sweet but is a savory snack made with spinach and cheese and shaped into a gujjia. Moreover, to add to its health quotient these are baked and not deep dried.