It is one of the most popular Mumbai street food. Read along to know the recipe of low fat healthy and yummy Pav Bhaji.
Khatta Dhokla is a traditional Gujarati dish made from rice. It requires fermentation of batter to get desired sourness and make it spongy
Go ahead and be a heartbreaker. Pop up seasoned heart shaped tortillas and feel the crisp.
Enjoy Gluten free and low fat baked Chakali this festival season. It is Kidney and Heart friendly recipe
A sweet Diwali treat-Easy no fry recipe.
A good healthy substitute for starchy, high potassium, potatoes fries.
It is a variation of famous Maharashtrian Kanda Pohe. It serves as easy and quick snacks.
Quick and easy to assemble serves as great finger food.
Protein Shot makes it easy to get the protein your body needs into an amazing tasting shot.
Great portable food, loaded with flavor, crunch and health.
Enjoy the soft juicy blend of garlic and mushroom with goodness of proteins. It is a Heart and Kidney friendly recipe.
This unique snack is very tasty and totally salt-free. Go ahead and satisfy your mid-morning or late afternoon hunger pangs with this crispy, nutritious treat!
Try this papad replacement and you will not crave the high salt papads ever again! It is also high protein and very flavourful and can be an excellent accompaniment to any meal.
This healthy yet crunchy snack is the ideal way to beat hunger pangs in between meals. Very easy to prepare, you can also keep these ready in advance and perform the final step just before serving.
Who doesn’t like a chatpat snack during the rains? The best part about this appetizer is that it is very healthy and you get almost the same taste as the fried version!
This delightful variation of the regular Bhelpuri will satisfy your fruit cravings without loading you with Potassium. Try it as an evening snack.
You will be surprised how something that has no salt in it can be so tasty! Try this appetizer along with your favourite chutney to add that zing to your meal.
This flavourful variation of the traditional Gujarati snack can be had for breakfast with some tea or curd or as a snack by itself at any time!
This delicious variation of the regular ‘moong dal cheela’ is rich in both protein and fibre. Try it with your favourite chutney as an evening snack or even breakfast!
Not only is this variation of the traditional upma rich in protein and fibre, it is also very tasty. Try it for breakfast or as an any-time snack!
This tasty and protein-rich soup can be a great way to start a meal.
This colourful snack can be prepared for any patriotic occasion like Independence Day or Republic Day!
This recipe might be a little difficult but the end result is worth all the effort – trust us on this! If you like to bake, you don’t want to miss this for anything else in the world!
This salt-free version of the traditional ‘butta’ will not let you miss the ‘real-thing’. Try this on a winter evening to make it the perfect prelude to a family dinner!
This variation of the traditional Chat will have you wanting more. Crunchy, tangy, tasty – what more could one ask for?
This rain-time snack goes very well with a small cup of tea! Even folks on dialysis can indulge once in a way to make sure they don’t miss out on the simple pleasures of life. Just make sure to keep this once in a way though!
This dish from Kerala which is a low Potassium version of the original has been contributed by a NephroPlus guest!
This nutritious variation of the traditional upma can be had for breakfast or as a snack.
Enjoy this low fat calorie, dense snack for those mid-meal hunger pangs!
This simple, healthy and delicious dish is a treat in itself. Pair it with your favourite chutney or sambar and you have a wonderful breakfast or a delightful snack!
This simple change to the regular idlis can be a nice way to enjoy idlis when there is no chutney available!
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