Oats Chaat

Oats Chaat Recipe

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Oats chaat recipe | healthy chaat | indian oats recipes | easy healthy chaat for parties | with images. Oats chaat is an intelligent combination of juicy and crunchy pomegranate with healthy oats, meetha chutney, herbs and spices and curd which makes this snack an enjoyable treat. Learn how to make healthy chaat. To make oats chaat, first make the meetha chutney. Combine the dates and 1 cups of water in a pressure cooker, mix well and pressure cook for 2 whistles. Allow the steam to escape before opening the lid and keep aside to cool slightly. Once cooled, blend it in a mixer to a smooth paste using cup of water. Transfer it in a deep bowl, add the chilli powder, cumin seeds powder, black salt and salt and mix well. Keep aside. Then make the chaat. Heat a broad non-stick pan and dry roast the oats on a medium flame for 4 minutes to remove the raw taste of oats. Keep aside to cool completely. Combine all the ingredients, including the oats, in a deep bowl and mix well. Serve immediately garnished with coriander and pomegranate. Oats is the last ingredient you thought would be used to make a chaat and yet it fits in so beautifully The best part is that this unbelievably tasty indian oats recipe is so nutritious that you can relish this snack without any guilt. This easy healthy chaat for parties makes use of a unique meetha chutney that is sweetened completely with dates, without any jaggery, so it can be stored in the refrigerator and used to make this and other healthy chaats any time. We have attempted to make a healthier chutney with naturally sweet dates. Moreover, we have used only a small quantity (1 tbsp) in this recipe for taste and flavour boost. Whenever hunger strikes, all you need to do is assemble together oats, veggies, curds, kala chana sprouts and the perky chutney to make healthy chaat. You can also replace kala chana sprouts with any other sprouts of your choice. Oats are a good source of fiber and thus a healthy choice for snack. Heart patients, women with pcos and healthy individuals all can indulge in this snack. This indian oats recipe yields 6. 9 g fiber per serving. Those with hypertension, should avoid the addition of chaat masala and the salt intake should be as per the prescribed amount. The sprouts in this easy healthy chaat for parties is a brimming with protein, needed to build healthy cells and tissues. The garnish of pomegranate is to add some vitamin c to your snack. Its a nutrient needed to build immunity and fight diseases and also add glow to your skin. A sprinkle of coriander lends the final indian touch. Tips for oats chaat. 1. Roasting oats perfectly is very important to make them crisp. 2. Assemble it just before serving and serve it immediately, else it will turn soggy. Enjoy oats chaat recipe | healthy chaat | indian oats recipes | easy healthy chaat for parties | with step by step images below.

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  • 34 mins
  • 15 Ingredients
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Ingredients for Oats Chaat Recipe

  • 0.33 cup Quick Cooking Rolled Oats
  • 0.08 cup Finely chopped tomatoes
  • 0.33 cup Beaten low fat curds
  • 0.33 tablespoon Meetha chutney, recipe below
  • 0.08 cup Sprouted and boiled kala chana
  • 0.33 teaspoon Chilli Powder
  • 0.67 teaspoon Cumin seeds powder
  • 0.33 teaspoon Black salt
  • 0.33 teaspoon Chaat masala
  • 0.33 cup Deseeded dates
  • 0.17 teaspoon Chilli Powder
  • 0.33 teaspoon Cumin seeds powder
  • 0.17 teaspoon Black salt
  • As required Salt
  • 0.67 tablespoon Finely chopped coriander
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment

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