Trying To Shed Kilos? Here Are 5 Chaats To Devour On
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When was the last time you had chaat while shedding kilos? Probably that could be your cheat day, as having chaat is unhealthy and detrimental to your weight-reduction plan. But do you know your favourite snack could also become a part of your diet regime? Yes, you can add these chaats to your regular diet. Check out some healthy substitutes for your chaats.

1. Sweet Potato Chaat


The sweet potato chaat contains a vast amount of fibre, vitamins, and sweet potatoes are packed with the nutritional value of the goodness of vitamins:

  • Boil sweet potatoes (pressure cooker and give two whistles on the full flame). After it is cooked, cut them into small cubes.
  • Add your favourite fruits in a reasonable amount.
  • A whole mix of your favourite chutney.
  • You can also roast the sweet potatoes for the smoky flavour.

2. The Bean Chat 

This is the simplest chaat you can make with three- beans. Kidney beans, chickpeas, and green beans mix with boiled chopped potatoes, raw chopped cucumber, tomatoes, and olive oil for tossing. Mix all with chaat masala, salt, and over the top with lemon juice, and you are good to have the taste of this tempting, full bowl of nutrients. This one bowl can keep you full for a longer time. In addition, it is beneficial for bones and muscle power. 

3. Rajma Chaat


If you love rajma, then why not have rajma chaat in a bowl. This can be your go-to snack ready in just a few steps. First, soak the rajma overnight and pressure cooker it. When it’s boiled, add luscious veggies such as chopped cucumber, tomatoes, onions, green chilli, and add spices of your choice. Finally, garnish it with fresh coriander leaves for a pleasing aroma and flavour. 

4. Fruit Chaat 

If you are not mood to have one fruit, then add more chunks of various fruits. It’s healthy and refreshing, especially in the summer. Mix the pieces of chopped apples, pineapples, kiwis, mangos, watermelon, muskmelon, and pomegranate. This chaat bowl gives you plenty of minerals, nutrients, and minerals, keeping your tummy full. 

5. Sprouts and Corn Chaat 

Sprouts contain a huge protein amount of mixed dals/ pulses. To prepare the healthy chaat, mix sprouts and corn in a bowl. Then, add chopped tomato, onion, green chilli (optional), and some spices like salt, chaat masala, red chilli powder (as per the taste). This chaat works as breakfast and is a great mid-meal snack. 

For next time if you crave something spicy, pick these above chaat over-packed cookies or chips.