Healthy Oondhiya


Healthy Oondhiya

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Startling though it may seem, here is a wonderful and healthy modification of the famous festive Gujarati dish which is ordinarily loaded with oil. I've changed this recipe and cut down on the oil along with the invisible fat which you get from coconut. The methi muthias added to this recipe are baked to a wonderful rich golden brown colour that are very appealing and also cut down a lot of the calories you get in the fried version. A good amount of iron and calcium is available from this hearty dish and this is sure to become your family favourite.

Healthy Oondhiya recipe - How to make Healthy Oondhiya

Preparation Time :    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Serves 6.
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Ingredients
Method
    Main Procedure

For the oondhiya

    For the oondhiya
  1. String the surti papadi taking care not to separate the 2 sides.
  2. Wash the papadi, add the carom seeds, soda bi-carb and salt and mix well.
  3. Make criss-cross slits in the kand, baby potatoes, sweet potatoes and brinjals taking care not to separate the segments.
  4. Fill half the masala mixture into the slits of kand, baby potatoes, sweet potatoes and brinjals. Keep aside the remaining masala mixture.
  5. Combine the surti papadi, stuffed vegetables, remaining masala mixture with 3 cups of water and pressure cook for 2 whistles.

How to proceed

    How to proceed
  1. Transfer the cooked oondhiya, methi muthias into a large serving dish and toss lightly.
  2. Serve hot, garnished with the chopped coriander.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per serving
Energy160 cal
Protein3.6 g
Carbohydrates34.9 g
Fiber5.7 g
Fat0.7 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium32.8 mg

Reviews

Healthy Oondhiya
 on 30 Mar 15 03:33 PM
5

Tarla Dalal
13 Oct 17 04:09 PM
   Thanks for your feedback and we are delighted you liked this healthy version of Oondhiya.