Snack time usually becomes the junk eating time. I personally crave for some chaat, samosa, fried food along with my evening tea. Having said that it’s definitely not a good idea to eat all these due to the obvious health reasons. I recently experimented with sprouted moong dal to prepare a chaat version of it which turned out to be really good and tasty. The green or sprouted Moong Dal provides the required protein nutrient and at the same time, it’s delicious too. Give it a try to this Moong Dal chaat and let me know how was it.
I am a lover of wraps because I believe they are full filling and kind of complete meal in themselves. Making wraps have no fixed rules you can add as many veggies, sauces, cheese or meat to it to make it richer or healthier. These days I am exploring the healthier version of the food. Definitely, adding cheese, butter, mayo makes wraps and sandwiches yummy but what if we don’t add it…Well, you can still enjoy it. Find the simple and easy recipe to make the chicken wrap at home without much hassle.
Sambar is one of the main items of South Indian cuisines. Sambar is served in various combinations with rice, idli, dosa, etc. I am a big sambhar lover and can have it as soup in my any meal. It is very nutritious as the pulses are loaded with lots of vegetables and at the same time it is tasty too. Lot of people make Sambar in different styles. You can adjust the consistency of Sambar as per your taste. I like the soupy one. I am sharing my version of Sambar, hope you will like it. And yes, feel free to get in touch if have any questions or suggestions.