Healthy Chaat Recipes For Weight Loss
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You probably haven't had chaat in a while. Chaat treats are delectable foods that ooze with chutneys and may bring anyone to their knees. This mouthwatering snack is prepared with an array of homemade masalas, savouries, munchies and chutneys. Chaat has long been linked with indulgence, but what if we told you there are methods to make these preparations healthy and wholesome? You heard us right. If done with mindfully chosen ingredients, chaat has the potential to be an appetising addition to your diet plan. Here are a few options rich in fibre and protein, and these two components contribute to the sense of fullness.

Mixed sprouts corn chaat

A variety of high in protein lentils is used to make sprouts. The healthy ingredients of sprouts, maise, tomato, onion and various spices make this crunchy and delectable sprouts chaat. You may bring this snack to work for lunch and eat it whenever you get a hunger. Comparatively, it is a far healthier mid-meal snack than cookies and chocolate bars.


This one contains boiled black chana, fresh raw mangoes, grated carrots, onions, tomato, and cucumber. No wonder it brims with fibre, protein, and tonnes of antioxidants. We are confident that it will resonate with children as well.

3 bean chaat

We observed you slurping there! Green beans, kidney beans, and chickpeas are all combined with potatoes, tomatoes, and cucumber. Chaat masala, lemon juice, and olive oil are all abundantly added.

Fruits chaat

A medley of fresh chunks of pineapple, apples, and mushrooms goes into this chaat. Ah, the mushroom! The ingredients are additionally spiced and cooked to perfection while being grilled. Grilling is healthier than frying since it helps you reduce your calorie intake.

Egg chaat

Is there a meal where eggs just don't work? We have our doubts. Lemon, tamarind chutney, and tomato ketchup are combined to create this tart treat. We advise you to use tomato ketchup sparingly because it can occasionally be loaded with undetected sugar that may interfere with your attempts to lose weight.