The Indians and their love for tea time need no introduction. Think “sham ki chai” and our minds automatically start wandering around crispy, fatty snacks made from refined flour, for example, samosas, kachoris, mathri and more. No wonder, these snacks are super delicious and irresistible. However, consuming them every day can be dangerous for your health because all these snacks are fried and made with refined flour. So what should we do? Should we stop snacking at tea time? Well, if that’s what you think, we’re happy to let you know. Here we offer you a list of 5 whole wheat snacks that are extremely healthy, delicious and very easy to prepare.
So, now is the time to move on to fatty, fried snacks and try your hand at delicious whole-wheat snacks.
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Here is a list of 5 whole wheat recipes to try at home:
1. Whole Wheat Chicken Momo
Let’s start with everyone’s favorite chicken momos! Instead of using all-purpose flour (maida) which might be a concern for many trying to indulge in healthy eating, you can make the super healthy and equally delicious whole wheat momo from attack. Wondering how to make it at home? Click here.
2. Spinach and Whole Wheat Bread Sandwich
Sandwiches are one of the most favorite breakfast and snack options. The bread staple is popular for many reasons, one of which is that it is easy to prepare. Here we bring you a whole wheat bread recipe, click here for the recipe.
3. Atta Dosa
As the name suggests, this dosa recipe has a wheat-based batter. This recipe is so easy to make, it will be ready in just 20 minutes. Serve it with a hot bowl of sambar and chutneys for maximum indulgence! Click here for the recipe.
4. Whole Wheat Nankhatai
This traditional Indian cookie like sweet is a simply irresistible winter treat! Crispy, crumbly, sweet and quick, it is perfect for a teatime snack! Instead of using refined flour, it’s made with whole wheat flour, making it a much healthier option. Find the full recipe here.
5. Achaari Atta Cheela
This recipe is made with leftover achaar and atta (whole wheat flour). To make this recipe, add leftover achar to whole wheat flour, followed by a few vegetables like shredded carrots, cauliflower, chopped onion, bell pepper, and cilantro leaves. Season with salt, chili flakes and garam masala. Pour a little water to obtain a thick but fluid paste. Click here for the full recipe.
All these recipes are perfect to satisfy your cravings while preserving your health. Try these recipes and let us know your experience in the comments section below. Good snack!