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New Year’s Eve is a special occasion every year! As 2023 knocks at the door, it’s time for a festive fare. If you want to eat something delicious, but are concerned about your health, we’re suggesting some dishes for you to start your year off without any guilt. So, find out some healthy recipes for New Year celebrations with your loved ones!
Health Shots got in touch with nutritionist and wellness coach Avni Kaul, who has shared the list of healthy recipes that you can prepare at home for the New Year celebration.
Kaul says, “The holiday season is here. It means weeks of parties and long stays at home. But having said that, don’t let the holiday season disrupt your health. Enjoy some of the healthy recipes for yourself and your family members.”
This recipe is incredibly easy to prepare and will only require a little amount of time.
Around 8-10 slices of whole wheat, brown, or white sandwich bread, one each of a mid-sized tomato and cucumber thinly sliced; freshly crushed black pepper or pepper powder as required, cumin powder as required; butter as required, salted or unsalted.
The ever-nutritious carrot along with some walnuts and cinnamon is a tasty one to eat.
100 grams of carrot
65 grams each of flour and castor sugar
65 grams of oil
2 grams each of baking soda and baking powder
2 grams of salt
50 grams of nuts
2 grams of cinnamon
This soup is made of toor dal and is a great way to start your meal by having some tangy and spicy flavors. It includes tomatoes, peppers along with toor dal.
100 grams each of tomatoes and toor dal
500 ml of water
25 grams of tamarind.
For rasam powder: 10 grams each of peppercorns, cumin seeds, and coriander seeds and 3 grams of red chilies.
For tempering: 30 ml oil, 3 grams mustard seeds, 2 grams curry leaves, 3 to 4 Garlic cloves, some coriander leaves, and salt.
Coconut rice is a dish prepared by soaking white rice in coconut milk or cooking it with coconut flakes.
1 cup of rice
1/2 cup of coconut milk
1/2 cup of water
Salt to taste
This a perfect recipe if you love snacks.
1/4 cup jowar flour
1/4 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 tablespoon sesame seeds
1/2 teaspoon fresh yeast
Salt to taste
1 tablespoon butter
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