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Low Calorie Snack Recipes, Veg Low Calorie Healthy Indian Snacks

Low Calories Snacks is great option for weight watchers and leads to a healthy life style. It's critical to have snacks through the day and they should be lots of options for Veg Low cal healthy snacks. We present a stunning variety of options for low calorie Indian snacks.

Low Calorie South Indian Snacks

We all love South Indian food. Our favourite Veg Low Cal Snacks are Dosas like healthy Soya Dosa to Whole Wheat Dosa to non fried Moong Dal Dahi Vadas

For evening snacks you can have Buckwheat pancakes to Chana Dal Pancakes. Remember that Buckwheat is a super food.

Low Calorie Tikkis, Kebab Snacks

Tikkis can be great option fot Low Calorie Snack Recipes. Yes, the Broccoli and Paneer Tikki is a healthy starter feauturing a healthy blend of ingredietns. Imagine having Moong Dal and Paneer Tikki with just 1 teaspoon of oil. Enjoy the healthy Vegeteraian version of Kebab with Hara Bhara Kebab which is diabetic and heart friendly

The Gujaratis love their low calorie homemade snacks from Moong Dal Dhokla, Green Peas Panki, Methi Moong Dal Dhokla to Nachni Khichu which is rich in protein, fibre and iron.

For Khakhra lovers, we have Masala Khakhra  with only 54 calories and healthy khakhra chivda as perfect snacks to carry on the go or keep at work.

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It has been recently discovered that chana dal is a very beneficial pulse for diabetics as it helps in the utilization of sugar effectively causing a slow rise in blood sugar levels because of its low glycemic index. This recipe makes use of soaked chana dal mixed with vitamin rich vegetables and ....
An interesting way of combining an unusual leafy vegetable like mint and a pulse like masoor. As i have used only 1 teaspoon of oil to cook these tikkis, they are really amazing being moreover relatively light in terms of calories as compared to the deep fried tikkis which are loaded with oil. Serve ....
Suggested serving size for 100 calories: 4 pieces this baked and colourful, multipurpose dish is versatile enough to be a snack or starter or even a complete meal. The nutritious answer to all your dieting woes.
You are sure to enjoy this scrumptious chaat made with healthy non-fried moong dal pakodis. Absolute joy with no guilt attached! Here, the pakodis are cooked in a different way on the tava instead of deep-frying them. Thereafter, a splash of curds and chutneys add a flavourful touch to the pakod ....
True to its name, this tikka will melt in your mouth and delight your palate! replacing the fat-laden white gravy of cream and cashews with whole wheat bread mayonnaise results in a healthier version, which you can serve in portions of two pieces.
Main highlight of this recipe is use of chana dal, masoor dal and mixed sprouts. These are considered to be high in protein, but addition of Paneer improves the quality of the protein. Also use of pulses makes this recipe high in fibre and iron….Serve it immediately with lovely green chutney and se ....
The Broccoli and Paneer Tikki is a simple yet innovative starter that’ll brace the tummy for an exciting meal! Featuring a healthy blend of ingredients like antioxidant-rich broccoli, calcium-rich paneer a ....
Pandoli is a Gujarati snack cooked in a unique style using a double boiler. Chola dal reinforces this recipe with nutrients like protein , calcium ,
Step-by-step, this recipe will trigger all your good senses… because, not only is the paneer marinated in tangy green chutney, it is also layered with a spicy corn mixture.
Suggested serving size for 100 calories: 2 tikkis simple to make and delicious to taste. This starter is sure to win praises for you in a healthy or low cal dinner party.
Spicy sesame and whole wheat khakhras. I usually make a large batch of these and store them in an air-tight container for those hungry times. They will stay well for several days. You can enjoy them with a hot cup of tea ....
Lose yourself in the special texture and flavour of these Crispy Spinach and Paneer Open Toasts. Being an open toast, this dish gives you an opportunity to experience and enjoy the unique texture of the spinach and paneer spread, which is applied on the crispy bread toasts. The creaminess ....
The goodness of soya, garlic and spinach is reinforced in these tikkis. Fibre from soya and spinach along with allicin in garlic inhibit cholesterol synthesis in the body, helping to maintain normal blood cholesterol levels. Serve immediately with a fibre rich accompaniment like carrot garlic chutne ....
These crispy, low fat munchies are made with oats, maize flour and whole-wheat flour instead of refined maida. These are great to keep in your handbag so that you are prepared when hunger strikes. You can also serve them as an appetizer along with garlic tomato salsa.
Feeling glum on a monsoon day? Set it right with mouth-watering Pyazi! A traditional Bengali snack, the Pyazi is deep-fried onion bhajiya with a touch of kalanji. This recipe here comes with a
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