People who love to eat are always the best people and if you are like us, who loves to experiment with new ingredients in old recipes, then let us introduce you to Avocado and Aloo Chaat. You see, nothing comes close to matching the joy of Indian street food, but when we indulge in this festive season, make sure to keep your health happy too.
According to an Irish proverb, “laughter shines brightest where the food is good” and right now it is on our tables, of all the festive dishes that are coming out of the kitchen. Wake up, it’s meal time! There is no better feeling in the world than a bowl of chaat in hand, but move on to the regular chaat, surprise your taste buds and give your sleep a fun boost in the middle of the week with this scrumptious recipe of Avocado and Aloo Chaat.
Hash avocado- 80g
Boiled Potato – 100 grams
Onion chopped – 20g
Tomatoes chopped – 10g
Save size ‘0’ – 15g
Pomegranate seeds – for garnish
Sweet Chutney-5 ml
Mint Chutney – 3ml
Sweet curd -10 ml
Chopped coriander – 2 grams
Pickled Onions – for garnish
Cut avocado into thin slices. Cut the boiled potatoes into pieces and then fry till they turn golden brown. Take a mixing bowl, add fried potatoes, mint chutney, sweet chutney, sweet curd, chopped onion, tomato, chopped coriander, salt and mix well.
Arrange the avocado slices in a circle, making sure there is enough room in the middle to insert the potato mixture. Place the aloo chaat in the center and garnish with pomegranate seeds, sev and fresh coriander sprigs.
(Recipe: JP Singh, Executive Chef, Leela Indian City Bengaluru)
avocado Rich in anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, a host of vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, B-6 and folate. Including avocados in your daily diet can help improve gut health because the dietary fiber and monounsaturated fats in them affect microbes in the gastrointestinal system.
In addition to making a person feel full and lowering blood cholesterol concentration, consumption of avocados reduces bile acids and increases short-chain fatty acids. It is an energy-dense and nutrient-rich well-packed fruit that contains potassium and fiber which are important for health.
potato They are the most consumed vegetable in India and are rich in antioxidants that help prevent diseases. Rich in vitamins and minerals, which help the body function properly, they are a good source of fiber that keeps you full for longer, helps you lose weight, provides energy-providing complex carbohydrates .
The vegetable has also been linked to studies in improving blood sugar control, reducing the risk of heart disease and helping with higher immunity. Potatoes help control blood pressure as they are a great source of potassium.