There is a craving to eat street food in dieting, so you can eat these things - Newztezz Online


Wednesday, July 28, 2021

There is a craving to eat street food in dieting, so you can eat these things

These Street Foods You Can Eat During Dieting : If you feel like eating street food during strict dieting, then there are some foods that you can eat without any thought.

These Street Foods You Can Eat During Dieting : Generally when we are dieting, it is strictly advised not to eat street food. Actually most of the street food are oily and very high in calories which are harmful for our health. In such a situation, when people are dieting, then the craving for street foods bothers them a lot. But did you know that not every street food is oily or harmful? Yes, there are some street foods that you can eat even during the diet. They also contain less amount of calories and they are also better for our health. So let's know what kind of street foods you can consume during dieting.

You can eat these street foods bhelpuri even during dieting

Oil spices are not used in Bhelpuri, so you can eat these snacks. It is a Maharashtrian snack prepared by mixing puffed rice, onion, sev, tomato, tamarind chutney, mint chutney, lemon juice and mathri. This is a delicious and healthy snack that you can buy and eat anytime. It contains fewer calories, due to which you can buy and eat it even during dieting.

potato chaat Sweet potato chaat

is very popular in North India. It is a very beneficial street food for health. In this, boiled hot sweet potato is cut and given with some spices and lemon. The shopkeeper will give you fresh lemon juice, chaat masala, cumin powder, black salt etc. in front of you.

Paneer or Soya Tikka

You can eat tandoori paneer or soya tikka in a right amount even during dieting. Its protein is found in abundance. Apart from this, you can also eat paneer malai tikka etc. without any gilt. Actually, very little amount of oil is used in Paneer Tikka and it is cooked on grill and tandoor. Apart from this, curd etc. is used in it, which is beneficial for the body.

cheela moong dal

Moong dal ka cheela i.e. moonglet is rich in protein. It is prepared after soaking and grinding moong dal, which is made by adding onion, tomato, capsicum and spices etc.

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