Evening hunger pang can lead to episodes of binge eating and stall your diet progress.. Opt for healthy snacks like foxnuts, known as fool makhane in india. These are rich in fibre, protein and low in calories. Can be soaked overnight and added to soups/gravies. To make roasted foxnuts- heat a tspn of olive oil and roast the foxnuts on low medium heat for 10 minutes. Season with salt and pepper.... #fitnessfood#foodindia#healthyfood#healthylifestyle#snacking#selflove
If you have seen my posts, it will be quite obvious that I do not do certain things. I don't jump on to the diet fad bandwagon easily. For, IMHO, a diet fad doesn't live forever. And so, it doesn't fall into the spectrum of "healthy eating" for me. My family will also not eat a bowl of Chia pudding for breakfast. Neither will it be happy if I present some piping hot soup for lunch. Yes. You heard me right. We are a family who loves to explore cuisines, albeit reluctantly. And once we love something, we eat it with gusto. But we do not make it a routine. If i have to talk about routine, then it has to be food that we grew up eating. It's for this reason that you won't find me posting gourmet stuff like pasta and pizza very often or doing salad and soup diets too . I believe in eating local produce, produce that our ancestors grew up eating. I m a person who strongly believes that our ancestral ways of eating are founded on science and logic. So, for me, even detox is based on produce that I grew up eating. I do love 🥑, zucchini and 🍓. But at the end of the day, I would pick dal, Chawal and subzi or a few idlies swimming in sambar. And as far as detox goes, I often make a concoction of coriander seeds, fennel seeds, tulsi, pepper and ginger. This is more like a tea but with a little palm sugar added. And i drink this on and off whenever I feel I need to flush toxins out of my body. Or I resort to making dishes such as this Manathakali keerai thokku. Manathakali, black nightshade aka solanum nigrum in English, belongs to the tomato family and is a berry. The leaves are an excellent cure for ulcers in the mouth and stomach. And the thokku tastes delicious with hot rice and ghee.
Manathakali keerai - 400g bunch cleaned and chopped finely.
Urad dal 1.5 tbsp
Channa dal 1 tsp
Tamarind 15g soaked in warm water for 15 mins.
Dry red chili 4.
Salt to taste.
Sesame oil 1.5 tsp.
Mustard seeds 1 tsp
Urad dal 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves a few.
How to make mtr style #ravaidli from scratch at home? We are rava idli lovers at home. And i fondly remember amma making them with those mtr ready mix packets. But ever since I learned how to make it at home, i haven't looked back. It comes together in a pinch and is a very filling meal when served with saagu. I served it with chutney and podi today. You can also roast everything and store in a box. Just mix with yogurt and eno and use whenever required.
Ingredients for 16 idlies:
Bombay rava 1.5 cups.
Slightly sour and whisked yogurt 2.5 cups.
Water 1/2 cup.
Salt to taste.
Coriander leaves 2 tbsp chopped finely.
Curry leaves a few.
Cashews 12 halved.
Mustard seeds 1 tsp.
Cumin seeds 1 tsp.
Urad dal 1 tsp.
Channa dal 1 tsp (i forgot to add today. Please add after urad dal).
Ghee 2 tsp.
Eno fruit salt 1 heaped tsp.
Full instructions in comments. Also take note of these 👇
Important things to remember-
🖋️ Do not use very thick yogurt.
🖋️ Do not use more liquid than mentioned here.
🖋️ Add eno just before steaming. Do not rest the batter once you add it.
🖋️ You can also add grated carrots to the batter.
🖋️ Like with any idli, the consistency of the batter is very important to get soft spongy idli. The batter must not be too watery or too thick. .
P. S. Made a small mistake while editing this video. The part where i add the coriander leaves must come after i rest the batter and it becomes thick. Very sorry. I can't edit it again as i have deleted the original by mistake 🤐🤐🤐
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