Today's dinner: Indian veg "Thali"
A simple veg. assemble with a serving of dhal, cabbage, spinach and a piece of fried fish, which I had already eaten 😂
I finally found a way to make cabbage taste delicious. DM for recipe request.
Eating rainbow meals makes you glow🌟Tonight’s light evening meal. I went for a potato filled Dosa after circuit training this morning so only need this now. I had left over roasted pepper, squash, beetroot, garlic and carrot, so I piled it into the mixed, peppery salad leaves, with avocado, tomatoes and live kimchi. It was delicious 😋 Remember that vegetables have protein too, a plant based diet builds muscle also, and gives a lean frame. But the best thing if all about plant based, high Raw nutrition is the energy and the positive state of mind that good gut health brings. It’s like burning clean fuel. I don’t tire of anything (other than Ned keeping me awake which understandably brings a tired day after) this is a Carers rescue! #rainbowfoods#colouredplate#nutrition#raweating#raw/cookedcombo #plantbasednutrition#plantsandprotein#nourishinghopeforcarers#physique#lightmeal#guthealth#highenergyfoods#livekimchi
Alo Chana Chaat (Chickpeas & Potato Salad) a delicious potato and chickpea snack coated in full of flavours. This can be served as a starter, side dish or a light meal. This is made with chickpeas, boiled potato, tomatoes, green chillies, red onions and few other spice powders to give it a mouthwatering taste. I fried my home made vegetables samosa, and shop bought chicken sheekh kebabs with a homemade salad to go with it. This is a perfect vegetarian dish 🤗. This mixture is so tasty, you can even use it inside puri, and serve with pani puri water of your choice. Recipe is written below and will continue in the comment box. 😊 Check my steps for making this mouthwatering snack. #AloChanaChaat#PotatoesAndChickPeasChaat#Salad#Starter#SideDish#LightMeal#Sev#Papri#GreekYoghurt#Spices#ChaatMasala#StreetFood#IndianStreetFood#MouthWatering#SalmasStepByStepRecipe#InspiringYou#SalmasRecipe
Chickpeas 1 tin (wash & drain)
Red onion 1 medium (chop small)
Tomato 1 medium (chop small)
Potato 1 medium (boil till tender with skin, then peel and chop in small cubes)
Green chillies to taste (chop small)
Fresh coriander (chop small to taste)
Greek style natural yoghurt 3 dessert spoons (use according to your taste, whisk the yoghurt with a pinch of sugar)
Cumin powder 1/2 Teaspoon (roast in a dry pan by stirring few minutes on low heat)
Chilli powder 1/2 Teaspoon
Chana Chaat/Chaat Masala to your taste
Black salt/normal salt (to taste)
Papri to taste (crush & use to garnish on top)
Spicy sev to taste (to sprinkle on top, optional)
Tamarind sauce (use to your taste to add a sweet & sour taste, substitute it for fresh lemon juice if you prefer)
Prepare all the ingredients as instructed.
In a medium size bowl, add the chickpeas, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, chillies coriander.
Add the tamarind sauce, cumin powder, chilli powder, chaat masala, and salt. Mix it all in. Chaat masala has a strong smell & taste so start by using little amount, after mixing everything together then you can adjust all the spices and salt too.