Winter season snacks: These protein-rich foods helps build muscle.
There are days when you wish to indulge in all things fried and greasy, and then there are days when you stress about the calorie overload. If you are thinking it’s too late to regret now, we’d say it’s better late than never. In fact, eating clean may not be that bland affair after all! To make sure you keep away from processed junk, you need to fill yourself with nutritious foods that are filling. Try including as many protein-rich food sources in your diet. Protein helps build muscle; it also helps induce satiety and prevents you from mindless munching. Our very own moongdal contains wealth of protein that may help boost weight loss. Here are some snacks you can prepare with one of India’s favourite lentil.
Protein-Rich Moong Dal Snacks
Chila is a popular Indian breakfast. A desi cousin of pancakes, chila can be both savoury and sweet. Moong dal chila is also one of the easiest things you can prepare during the rushed morning hours. This recipe of moong dal chila is stuffed with protein-rich paneer too!
Chila is a popular Indian breakfast.
Pakoda and chai are synonymous with each other. Munching into these fried fritters as the sun sets, makes for an ideal evening for most of us. However, if you want to cut down on calories, you can air-fry or bake moong dal pakodas instead of frying them.
3. Moong Dal Sprouts
Sprouting is considered to be super healthy as it helps increase the bio-availability of nutrients. Moong dal sprouts are replete with protein. Moreover, if you top it veggies like onions, tomatoes, lime juice, it makes for a very yummy mid-meal snack as well.
Sprouting is considered to be super healthy
Thinks snacks and a desi mind is sure to picture a puffy samosa. These moong dal parcels are filled with a flavourful mix of moong dal, onions, turmeric and chaat masala.
The slightest nip in the air makes us want to have a portion of hot soup. This weight-loss-friendly delight is sure to be a valuable addition to your diet.