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Beetroot Chaas

Chukandar or beetroot helps in increasing blood flow and even lowers blood pressure. Buttermilk, on the other hand, clears the stomach and aids in smooth digestion. Buttermilk is also a rich source of vitamin B12 which bolsters your immunity. Beetroot is also rich in Vitamin C, which lowers blood pressure and improves stamina. It is also a great ingredient to include in your weight loss diet. Beetroot also helps in maintaining water balance in your body.


Yogurt – Use plain yogurt (dahi, curd) to make the chaas

Beetroot adds beautiful pink color and an earthy-sweet flavor to the buttermilk.

Others – You will also need water, green chilies, ginger, and salt.

Adjust the green chilies as per your taste.

Tempering – Tempering is optional, but adds a great flavor. To temper the chaas, you will need vegetable oil, mustard seeds, and curry leaves.

Healthy Sandwich

Healthy Sandwiches taste yummy and also you do not feel heavy or bloated after eating them. It has multiple benefits which includes aiding in digestion, helping in loosing weight and acting as immunity booster etc. These health benefits of curd when combined with fresh vegetables makes it as excellent choice for morning breakfast. The vegetables are rich source of fibre and also provide many essential vitamins and minerals to the body.


Hung Curd – Use ONLY hung curd or greek yogurt for this recipe. I have prepared the hung curd by draining the water. but if it is too much work for you, you can use the store-bought greek yogurt

Bread Any bread will work for this recipe. Choose any variety of your choice. I am using whole wheat bread.

Vegetables – You can use spinach, carrots, onion, and colorful bell peppers here. Also you can use cauliflower, broccoli, corn, green peas, grated squash, or doodhi(bottle gourd) too.

Spices - The beauty of this recipe is, it requires only salt and pepper.

Optional additions - You can also add some extra ingredients to customize your sandwich: Chili paste, Butter, Herbs, Cheese.

Pomegranate Chuski

Pomegranate Chuski is a delightful and refreshing dessert that is enjoyed by people of all ages, especially during hot summer days. It's a perfect way to cool down and indulge in the natural goodness of pomegranates. It's important to note that while pomegranate and Pomegranate Chuski have potential health benefits, they should be enjoyed in moderation as part of a balanced diet. Individual results may vary, and it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional regarding any specific dietary concerns or conditions.


Pomegranate juice – Freshly squeezed or store-bought pomegranate juice.

Sugar To sweeten the chuski, if needed.

Water – To dilute the pomegranate juice.

Ice – Crushed ice or shaved ice.

Pomegranate seeds – Optional, for garnishing.

Makhana Chaat

It is a healthy and tasty chaat recipe which is the perfect option for an evening snack. This recipe is full of goodness, combination of probiotic yogurt, spicy, sweet & sour tamarind chutney, hot & tangy green chutney and high fibre and low in calorie foxnuts. They are low in cholesterol, fat and sodium, making them an ideal snack for untimely hunger pangs. They are also gluten-free, protein-rich & high in carbohydrates. Moreover, makhanas are known to help lose weight. If eaten in the right quantity and right manner, makhanas may stimulate your weight loss journey.


Makhana – 2 cups

Clarified butter/ Ghee – 2 tablespoon

Curd – 2 cups

Sugar powder – 1/4th cup

Tamarind Jaggery chutney/ Khatti Meethi chutney – 4 tablespoons (or as needed according to your taste)

Coriander Mint chutney/ Dhaniya Pudine ki chutney – 4 tablespoons (or as needed according to your taste)

Black salt/ Table Salt – 2 teaspoon (adjust according to your taste)

Roasted Cumin seeds powder – 2 teaspoon

Chaat masala powder – 1 teaspoon (needed according to your taste)

Baarik sev – 2 tablespoon

Pomegranate arils – 2 tablespoon

Chopped coriander – 2 tablespoon

Beetroot Julliens – 2 tablespoon (optional)


Macaroni pasta contains essential nutrients, including B vitamins such as folate and thiamine, as well as minerals like iron and selenium. Whole grain macaroni pasta varieties can also be a source of dietary fiber, which promotes digestive health and helps maintain a feeling of fullness. When consumed in appropriate portion sizes and combined with a variety of other nutrient-rich foods, macaroni pasta can be part of a weight management plan. Its high carbohydrate content can help provide satiety, reducing the likelihood of overeating.


Macaroni Pasta – Macaroni Pasta variety is preferred for this recipe however you can use any pasta variety for this dish.

Vegetables You can use onion, tomato, capsicum and carrots. Additionally you can add mushrooms, cooked corn, baby corn or any other veggies of your choice.

Spices & Herbs – Indian spice powders like red chilli powder, garam masala powders are used.